Create barcodes QR DataMatrix. You can encode either a link to a website, a message to a friend, or your contact details.
Then turn the information into a mobile barcode, one that can be printed on stationery, advertising or packaging, a t-shirt, or even built into a website or a Facebook page - and read by an i-nigma enabled mobile device. Creating a mobile barcode is easy. Select what kind of barcode you want to create (QR Code or Data Matrix), then type in the web address (URL) or text you want to encode, and watch the mobile barcode being created, instantly. When you're finished, give it a title, and then scan, print or save it.
The following requirements must be followed to ensure your mobile barcode will work effectively: Barcode size - Minimum 2cm x 2cm. White space surrounding the barcode - for best results, we suggest at least 4mm. of white space around the barcode. Super Teacher Tools. Tech News. Did You Know?
Did you know if you try to say the alphabet without moving your lips or tongue every letter will sound the same? Start your day with one of over 1000 fun facts! Whizzimo Whizzimo is a terrific resource for the K-2 classroom and to support students in older grades where needed. Set up your tile drawer with the letters or sounds needed and allow students to create words under direct instruction or during independent activities. This tool can be used on a computer or a tablet. Set up your free teacher account and then create a class login so students can access the sound board you've created specifically for them. Shared by Gai Cross and Steph Westwood. Bedtime Math Bedtime Maths has some terrific resources including a daily maths problems located in the 'Try a Maths Problem' section. Lessons using iPads - ICT with Miss C. Online Audio Converter - Сonvert Sound to MP3, WAV, MP4, M4A, OGG or iPhone Ringtones.
Online Audio Converter (MP3, WAV, Ogg, WMA, M4A, AAC) – media.io. Fun Facts for Kids on Animals, Earth, History and more! Jeopardy Rocks - Jeopardy Game Creator For Teachers. Draw a Stickman. Untitled. Cyndistechwonders. Here are step-by-step instructions for getting started with, and using, Socrative. 1.
Open the Socrative Teacher app on your iPad or go to the link below. Create an account as a teacher to get started. this is your first time in the program, create an account.Otherwise, log in with the email & password you used to create the account. Note: you may need to change your email address in the profile section. 2. Setting up your profile:Click the cog wheel in the upper right corner of the screen. 3. To Create a QuizClick the "Create a Quiz" square.Name the quiz. This "SOC" number allows you to share your quiz with colleagues. 4.
For the StudentOn a laptop or desktop computer: students will go to Select "Student". Some other ways to use Socrative: 1. This video covers the basics of using Socrative. This video, by the same presenter, covers. Value of Low Tech: Paper Slide Videos. (cross-posted from PlayingWithMedia.com) I’m working with a middle school geography teacher on some technology integration ideas for his curriculum.
His students are studying Africa in upcoming weeks. Since the school computer labs are tied up from now through the end of April for online testing (I wonder how many Oklahoma parents, legislators and taxpayers realize this is the NORM now) I’m recommending that he consider “paper slide video” projects. Paper slide videos can be very low-tech in terms of their requirements. While “narrated art projects” are best created with a tablet or smartphone running a specialized app, paper slide videos just require some kind of camera to record along with paper students draw on. We are modeling a low barrier creative process that requires deep level thinking & a focus on content. That’s exactly the reason I’m recommending “paper-slide videos” to the 7th grade teacher I’m working with now.
5 Tech Trends that Could Supercharge Education in 2016. Science-fiction author William Gibson once said, "The future is already here — it's just not very evenly distributed.
" The technologies of tomorrow are already being tested in select classrooms today, laying the seeds for the future of how students could learn. With 2016 fast approaching, technology analysts have been busy prognosticating the top technology trends. A few of these technologies have already made headway into education, and others are poised for mass distribution, with the promise of ground-shaking change in their wake.
We’ve reviewed a few of these trends through the lens of how they could affect classrooms in both K–12 and higher education. Virtual Reality (VR) Adds New Dimension to Learning VR is shaping up to be one of the largest technology turf wars of 2016. At ISTE 2015, representatives of Google Cardboard and Samsung's Gear VR were on hand to demonstrate how the technology could change how students learn. Google is already on the case. The support is certainly there.