Today was the first day that we were able to roll out the "digital" version of this center. To prep for this center I did a few things.
Task 1: I went to Google Forms and basically copied the questions from the paper-copy that the teacher had. I made sure that there was plenty of room to write in each response.
Task 2: Once the form was created,
I created a tinyurl I decided that a QR code would be the best tool to get the surveys onto the iPad. To make the QR code, I turned my survey link into a much smaller link using goo.gl. Once the link was shortened, I then typed ".qr" after it so that it automatically turns it into a QR code. From there, I just put it into Power Point and made it larger. The result was:
Once the QR code was scanned it took you to the scavenger hunt which looked like this:
If you haven't used Google Forms before, once a student "turns in" their work, the results await you in a nice and neat spreadsheet file. Here is a screen shot:
Upon asking the students which method they enjoyed better (dry erase board vs Google Forms) majority of them chose Google Forms!