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Martin Burrett

QR Tresure Hunt Generator - 3 views

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    This site creates QR code treasure hunts. Just enter your questions, answers and a title and the site generates the code for you to print. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+&+Web+Tools
Michele Brown

Map Treasure Hunt - 121 views

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    Create a virtual treasure hunt using your own questions and answers and Google Maps
anonymous

QR Code Treasure Hunt Generator from classtools.net - 10 views

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    Generate a treasure hunt with QR codes based on questions and answers you create.  Great way to review concepts or get students thinking and moving.
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    QR Code Treasure Hunt Game
Martin Burrett

Locly - 43 views

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    A great site and iOS app for creating location or QR Code triggered treasure hunts and digital 'breadcrumbs'. Create cards of text, images and other media which users can find and view based on their location or when scanning a QR code using a iOS device.
Martin Burrett

WallaMe - 15 views

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    "An interesting iOS and Android app where users can create virtual messages in a particular geo-location for others to find, and then share with others. Perfect for virtual treasure hunts and much more."
Martin Burrett

Coordinates Treasure Hunt - 107 views

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    A fun pirate themed coordinates maths game. Read the coordinates to lead you to the treasure. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Maths
Gwen Eden

Treasure Hunting Help - Social Searching and BookmarkingEdmodo: 4207co - 42 views

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    social searching and bookmarking
Chema Falcó

QR Code Treasure Hunt Generator from classtools.net - 104 views

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    This site will allow you to create a QR code-based treasure hunt.  You can have students working collaboratively to solve problems, gain knowledge and understanding.  It's the Amazing Race for the classroom.
Martin Burrett

Bulk QR Code Generator - 33 views

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    "Like to create treasure hunts, audio feedback printables, easy links to video instructions and more? Use this Bulk QR code generator. Simply add the link or text to this spreadsheet and the QR code will pop up ready to print."
Martin Burrett

Membit - 36 views

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    "Amazing augmented reality map-based app where users pin images to specific geo-locations for others to discover. Upload photos, clues for a virtually trail, or virtually displaying work around your school. Default set to share to contacts only for pupils to use safely, but teachers can share publicly."
meldar

Strategies for online reading comprehension - 92 views

  • We traditionally think of reading in terms of sounding out words, understanding the meaning of those words, and putting those words into some contextual understanding.
  • If the kind of text our students are encountering in these online travels is embedded with so many links and media, and if those texts are connected to other associated pages (with even more links and media), hosted by who-knows-whom, the act of reading online quickly becomes an act of hunting for treasure, with red herrings all over the place that can easily divert one’s attention.
  • As educators, we need to take a closer look at what online reading is all about and think about how we can help our students not only navigate with comprehension but also understand the underlying structure of this world.
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  • How is traditional, in-class reading different from online reading?
  • to begin addressing the hyper-reading of young people might start with the process of elimination, by helping readers remove the clutter on the web pages they encounter.
  • Colorado State University offers a useful guide to reading on the web. While it is aimed at college students, much of the information is pertinent to readers of all ages and could easily be part of lessons in the classroom.
  • Synthesize online reading into meaningful chunks of information.
  • Use a reader’s ability to effectively scan a page, as opposed to reading every word.
  • Avoid distractions as much as necessary.
  • Understand the value of a hyperlink before you click the link.
  • Navigate a path from one page in a way that is clear and logical. This is easier said than done, since few of us create physical paths of our navigation
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