QR код в образовательном процессе. QR Codes in Education. Title : “QR Codes in Education” Author : David Hopkins ISBN : 9781628470277 Word count : 13,800 (approx.)
Price : $3.99 / £2.99 Publish date : June 1, 2013 Available : Purchase the eBook from the following online stores: Coming soon to the following eBook stores: Apple, Nook, and Kobo. Book description: “All you ever wanted to know about using QR codes in Education is in this eBook. It takes you from the very basics of what these delightful square barcodes are, how to view the information they link to, how to easily create your own and, most importantly, a vast array of ideas on why you would want to use them! Using QR codes to create educational posters. I have been pondering how to use QR codes in the classroom.
My favorite use being to tape QR codes into old textbooks to make them relevant. The code pictured below goes to a YouTube video with directions on how to do those math problems. Note: I used a super sticky post it label so I wouldn’t damage my book and then taped the QR code on top of that. While brainstorming ways QR codes can be used in the classroom I started making posters. I was thinking I can make some sort of visual that would make a nice info poster for any subject… which is when I thought it would be fun to make samples. Here is one for an English class, keep in mind these are just samples made by a math teacher Here is one I made for a historical timeline The timeline took me significantly longer than I anticipated, but it did get me to thinking that both of these would make great student projects! To create them I used Google Drawings. Update: I have created a website to organize all my QR code samples.
Code.org's video with Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Will.i.am. Image by opensource.com Coding is the language of the future, with the power to create and modify the computer programs and websites that increasingly shape our day-to-day lives.
While millions of people in the United States spend hours each day engaged with interactive technologies, relatively few truly understand how they work; and fewer take an active role in developing software and websites. Still, some organizations are advocating more be done to teach young people about computer programing and coding. It is no secret that younger generations, born into an age of smartphone apps and near-ubiquitous Internet access, tend to be more enthusiastic and adept at using new technologies than their parents and grandparents.
The key word here is "using" technology, as opposed to creating new programs and reimagining existing processes. Today's children tend to be passive consumers of software and web pages created for a profit by private companies. QRHacker.com - Pimp & measure your code! QR Codes for practicing the teens: Farm style! We’ve still got a few kids working to learn the teen numbers. I came up with one more activity to help them master this skill. We’re also knee deep in our farm unit, so I added some cute pigs to the activity to make it a little more fun. First they scan the QR code. Then they write the number they see. Finally they color in the 10-frame to match the number. Click the image to download your own free copy of this QR code for practicing the teens activity. Like this: Like Loading... QR Codes for Sight Words: Attaching audio files. One of the first obstacles I encountered as I was thinking about ways to use QR codes with preschoolers was using information that didn’t require reading.
I knew that if I really wanted to have fun with QR codes with my students, I was going to have to find an easy way to attach an audio file to the QR code so that my children wouldn’t have to read the information they received when they scanned a code. After much research and clicking on the internet, I finally found something that worked. Here’s my final product. Keep reading below to find out how I put it together.
First I needed to find a website that would let me record an audio file online and store it at a particular URL. I took the URL from Record MP3 and pasted it into my favorite QR code producer and generated a QR code. To make the activity, I created 36 audio files, and then a QR code for each audio file. Each child had their own tub full of sight words that had been hidden in “mud” or “hay” (brown or yellow shredded paper.) QRpedia. QRpedia is a mobile Web based system which uses QR codes to deliver Wikipedia articles to users, in their preferred language. QR codes can easily be generated to link directly to any Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), but the QRpedia system adds further functionality.
It is owned and operated by a subsidiary of Wikimedia UK (WMUK). QRpedia was conceived by Roger Bamkin, a Wikipedia volunteer, coded by Terence Eden, and unveiled in April 2011. It is currently in use at museums and other institutions in countries including Australia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Spain, India, the United Kingdom and the United States. The project's source code is freely reusable under the MIT License. Process In this way, one QRcode can deliver the same article in many languages, even when the museum is unable to make its own translations. Origins The project's source code is freely reusable under the MIT License. Implementations Award Wikimedia UK dispute Coolcatteacher.sharedby.co/share/zRy67y.
2 Simple Ways To Use QR Codes In Education. QR codes are a great and easy way to share digital materials and resources within your classroom.
I use it in 2 different ways. 1. From the teacher to the students: Since I have my assignment sheet as a live Google Document, I created a QR code and then printed them as stickers that students can easily put in their agenda or notebook. It is very convenient and fairly easy to do (scroll down to see a video tutorial on how to do it). See Also: Why You Should Start Using QR Codes In Your Classroom I also use QR codes when I want to quickly share a video I created using Explain Everything or an online assessment created by Google Forms. 2.
Using the QR code feature, my students created ‘mural portfolios’ where they can easily share and make available to the entire class their work for review and comment. Example of a QR portfolio: Cool Cat Teacher Blog: QR Code Classroom Implementation Guide. QR Code Mysteries. Recently I came across a resource through my PLN (Professional Learning Network) on Twitter that gave me an idea for Black History Month.
If you are an educator and you are not on Twitter we need to talk! Using a resource shared by James Gubbons that was originally created by Tony Vincent I decided to introduce QR Codes to the 4th grade students. We talked about what a "quote" was and referenced some famous quotes. I brought the iPads in and displayed some of the mystery quotes from Tony's website around the room. The students worked in pairs to scan the QR codes to find missing words from famous quotes.
The students then created their very own quotes, with "mystery" missing parts just like the ones we scanned. They did a great job! I love working with QR Codes and was happy the 4th graders felt the same way. QR Code Classroom Implementation Guide. QR Codes (Quick Response Codes) are just barcodes.
There is nothing fancy about them. Just like the grocery store clerk uses barcodes to look up the product and scan the price into the computer, your mobile device or computer can look up QR codes to: take you to a website, read some text, give you a phone number, or generate a text message. QR Codes are barcodes of information that hardlink the physical world with the online world.
They are considered a form of simple augmented reality. QR Codes in the Classroom For the classroom teacher, they are valuable for three reasons: They can save us time.They can save paper.They provide a link to mobile devices that help students do their homework and follow along. This Post. Preparing the Teacher to Use QR Codes The first step of a teaching journey is to embark on learning it yourself. Step 1 Get Your Mobile Device Ready: Download a Free QR Code Reader Step 2: Get Your Computer Ready. You are ready. Common QR Code Problems Readers. Творческое применение QR-кодов. QR Codes. Солнечный QR-код в память о Стиве Джобсе откроют в Петербурге 9 января - в день презентации первого iPhone. Блог преподавателя Петровой Натальи Захаровны. QR codes in education SmartBlogs. Senior education editor Melissa Greenwood is blogging this week from ACTE’s CareerTech VISION 2012 conference in Atlanta, Ga.
Here is a blog inspired by a recent conference session on student engagement. Does school have to be fun? No, but it should be engaging, according to Tim Dwyer of Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology. Dwyer recently presented the session “Sharing Creative Ways to Engage Students” at CareerTech Vision 2012 where he offered innovative ideas for increasing student engagement and success. While Dwyer shared a range of strategies, including team-based learning and tests that give students partial credit for partial knowledge, it was his discussion of the role that quick response codes, or QR codes, play in his automotive class that struck me — and other attendees — as particularly interesting. Dwyer assigns students a specific car part and asks them to explain in a video how the part operates. “I like watching them make a movie.
QR Codes: In the Classroom. I’ve written previously about QR Codes, what they are, and how we might use them.
I’ve met and chatted with Andy Ramsden of Bath University and seen how they have integrated them into the assignment and feedback process. I saw two links this morning on Twitter that sparked my interest again, both from @psychemedia which has made me realise that I need to brain-dump my thoughts on how these wonderful little codes can be utilised in the classroom. But first … I have found that there is something about the QR Code generation we ought to know about; this is Using a QR Code Generator (like qrcode.kaywa.com) means you can have the code store either a short URL or your contact details as text.
Be warned: the more data you ask it to store the larger the final QR Code will be. Example: The BIT.LY address for my blog is The QR Code for this is: If I used the whole address of then I get this QR Code (ahh, it’s bigger!) So, with that out of the way, I get on with my thoughts about using QR Codes. QR Codes: The nuts and bolts #QRCode #edtech #ukedchat. I’ve had some amazing discussions with some colleagues recently about QR Codes and how we can use them. When I got over the initial “huh?” Response as to what they are, and they understood that the code can contain type of data, we started to get somewhere really quite quickly. So, this post is really to consolidate my previous posts and to make it slightly more graphical – images are often easier to follow.
What is a QR Code? In my first post about the codes - – I quoted this definition of a QR Code: “A QR Code is a matrix code (or two-dimensional bar code) created by Japanese corporation Denso-Wave in 1994.” Let’s face it, that doesn’t mean much to the average person. So; You see/find the code,You scan the code,Your phone decodes the code, andYour phone displays the text, link, e Like this … What kind of information can you contain/embed in the QR Code? The method the user will use to open and decode this information will decide on how this information is used.
All very powerful stuff. QRpedia - Language-detecting & mobile-friendly Wikipedia QR codes. Революционный генератор QR-кодов — разработка для ярких и креативных. TagMyDoc. 50 Interesting Ways to Use QR Codes to Support Learning.
QuickMark QR Code Reader - Barcode Scanner - Read barcode from WebCam. QuickMark for PC is a powerful, yet easy to use PC application that lets you decode multiple popular 2D & 1D barcode formats via a image file (drag & drop), a screen capture, or your webcam. Not only does QuickMark let you scan barcodes, it also allows you to create your own 2D barcodes via a simple interface. Several useful user configurable options are also available, such as an output mode to use a webcam for automatic keyboard input. The Standard Edition is free and packs a bunch of features, download it now! If you have previously used QuickMark for WebCam beta, you might be interested in checking out some of the following new features: 1D Barcode Support Besides the popular 2D barcode formats such as Quick Code, QR Code, and Data Matrix, you can now also decode 1D barcodes. With the support for ISBN, you can use QuickMark with your favorite online book reading community, such as: aNobii, LibraryThing, and many more!
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14 полезных для маркетолога фактов о QR-кодах. Tools And Resources For Creating Infographics. Infographics. You have probably seen them before. There are so many out there on a wide variety of topics. Here are just a few. (Click the images to see more): These really are a great way to visualize data. Here are a few of my favorite sites and tools to use when creating infographics. Wordle: Chances are this is one you have heard of. Visual.ly: It doesn't get much simpler than using Visual.ly. Stat Silk: This is a set of tools that you can download to create interactive maps and charts. Creately: Creatly is an online mindmapping program that is pretty powerful. Google Public Data Explorer: It probably goes without saying but Google has access to lots of data. Aviary Phoenix-Once you gather your images, charts and graphics, you are going to need a way to put them together. Kathy Schrock has an entire webiste dedicated to using infographics in the classroom.
What other sites do you use to visualize data? APPitic - 1,800+ EDUapps. QR Codes in the Classroom. 2012: QR Codes in Higher Education. Poster: QR Codes in Education – the Business School Experience (@milenabobeva) 2012: ABS Learning & Teaching Conference. Presentations. QR Codes. QR Codes. HR&Trainings EXPO & Центр eLearning - sibelena - Почта Mail.Ru.
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