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Wednesday, March 20 • 10:30am - 11:30am
QR Treasure Hunt for K-12 Classrooms

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Join us in our discussion of the QR Code treasure hunt developed for K-12 students at St. Paul Public Schools. The treasure hunt is a fun and exciting student engagement activity where students use their own iPads to find and explore hidden QR codes that have been placed around their classroom. Once students have found one QR code, they are able to use their iPad’s QR Code reader or i-Nigma reader to reveal the question/task to answer or accomplish. The treasure hunt is run as a race or competition that can be implemented for individual or group participation.  Bring Your Own Device (tablet or smartphone) session.

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Jenifer Shier

Library Media Specialist, St. Paul Public Schools (ISD-625)
Teaching Digital Library Information Literacy Skills from Pre-K through 12th Grade is my passion. Library Media Specialist Educator Licensed on K-12 from 3 States: U.S. Virgin Islands, New Mexico, and Minnesota ; and 1 International Librarian License from Philippines.


Wednesday March 20, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
Library Harmon Room

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