1. Take a or or create a 2. Make sure to include: -The name of your mineral -How your mineral is formed -Where it can be found in real life -How your mineral is used -One or more cool things about your mineral 3. Click the when you are finished
This was the final product for students after they did identification tests on their mineral, did research after using online tools, then planned their presentation. The QR codes created from students' Seesaw work were displayed next to the mineral they researched for younger students to come to the "Mineral Museum" field trip. They brought with them iPads & headphones to scan the codes while attending the "museum". I found the minerals on Amazon: around $22 for 15 minerals.