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1) Learners worked in pairs (of which one of them had a cell phone with photo and email capabilities).
2) One tutor was assigned to each floor to facilitate learners' experiences on that floor.
3) Wherever the form said take a picture, the pictures were emailed with their descriptions to a specific email address. All other answers were recorded by the pairs on the form.
4) The hunt was divided into 4 floors. Each floor was expected to take approximately 40 minutes to explore.
5) While pairs selected a specific floor to search and received the questions for only that floor, they were welcome to explore all floors during the time permitted.
6) Included on our original form was our time schedule so that everyone knew where they were supposed to be throughout the morning.
7) The map exhibit on the 4th floor was only available through March 2017. (These questions must be changed for future trips.)
Sending emails served several purposes, including continuous update as to the whereabouts of each pair. One tutor responded to the emails as they came in - sending feedback that acknowledged receiving the emails as well as responding to comments. The emailed information provided annotated visuals for later class discussions and activities.
PS Whether you use these questions or develop your own, please share your experience with us. We revise our questions (and hunt) annually, so we'd love input.
1st Floor (40 minutes)
2nd Floor (40 minutes)