Description

Overview:
This is a fun game or warm up activity to complete with students over Zoom or Google Hangout platforms for live video interaction. You could also upload it to SeeSaw and have students post pictures of their items! 
Subject:
Arts Education, Speaking and Listening, Exceptional Children
Level:
Lower Primary, Upper Primary
Material Type:
Questionnaire
Author:
Date Added:
04/22/2020

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Karen D'Elia
on Jun 05, 12:54pm Evaluation

Purpose: Strong (2)

This resource has valuable technology features in that it suggests the use of live video platforms such as Zoom or Google Hangout. It also suggests that students upload photos of scavenger hunt items to Seesaw. More information is needed to explain how to conduct online scavenger hunts with students.

Karen D'Elia
on Jun 05, 12:54pm Evaluation

Reliability: Superior (3)

This resource is reliable on all platforms (live video interaction tools and Seesaw).

Karen D'Elia
on Jun 05, 12:54pm Evaluation

Accessibility: Limited (1)

This resource can be modified for learners with disabilities by providing the parents and students with the list of items to gather ahead of time, rather than during the actual scavenger hunt. Then time could be spent discussing and making learning connections to the items during the live meeting.

Karen D'Elia
on Jun 05, 12:54pm Evaluation

Engagement: Strong (2)

This resource promotes the 4Cs because it asks students to identify and gather items that meet specific requirements.

Karen D'Elia
on Jun 05, 12:54pm Evaluation

Usability: Limited (1)

This resource could be made more user-friendly for teachers (and targeted learners) by providing directions/suggestions/rules on how to implement virtual scavenger hunts successfully with students. Also, a list of resources/ideas on ways to integrate these scavenger hunts into the curriculum would be helpful.

JANNETTE DELGADO-OLMEDA on May 12, 09:29pm

Spelling: aloud...change to...allowed

I will use as is, yet to make it more rigorous I will ask my 4th graders to explain which Law of Newton can you explain using the object you chose.

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