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OWLS are a hoot: QR Codes. I am going to share some fun ideas for how I have used QR codes in the classroom.

OWLS are a hoot: QR Codes

If you haven't heard of them before, please Google for the actual definition. That's not nearly as much fun as just getting to the good stuff. I use QR STUFF to make all my QR codes.Step 1: Select PLAIN TEXT Step 2: Type your text in the CONTENT box (this is what will be revealed when you scan the code)Step 3: Download the code (under the picture of the QR code)Step 4: Copy and paste the code into a Word document for printing(you may want to write out your questions and answers first because you can't print them from this site) Good? It is actually pretty easy. I only have ONE iPad for my class. I put the kids on teams of two or three, depending on how many are in my group.

If the student is correct, he marks his spot on the game board with a token or marker. 40 Interesting Ways to use QR Codes in the Classroom. QR codes are having a mini resurgence lately.

40 Interesting Ways to use QR Codes in the Classroom

We started to use them in class last year as another way of creating self portraits. One of my students took this new found tool to a new level and used it as a way of creating graffiti. It was wheatpasted on so he felt it was a legal form of protest. The poster came off with water and a scrubbing brush. I was at a conference last term and all the sessions and speaker's details were placed up on a wall in the foyer using QR Codes.

How to make your QR Codes more Beautiful was one of our most popular post in the last month and the ITSC in Philadelphia had multiple sessions on the use of QR codes in the classroom so I thought it might be worthwhile reposting this. 50 Great Ways to Use QR Codes in the College Classroom. QR codes were first created by Toyota to track vehicles in manufacturing, offering a small barcode that can be quickly decoded.

50 Great Ways to Use QR Codes in the College Classroom

That was 1994, and now, almost 20 years later, QR code technology is experiencing a revival — but not in the automotive industry. The small, square codes are ubiquitous, showing up on everything from flyers to beer bottles, allowing anyone with a smart phone to quickly scan and find out more information with the code. The possibilities for their use are endless, and many translate into the college classroom, offering a fun and exciting way for students to use technology for learning.

Accessing Multimedia Using QR Codes. Students of all ages are required to read text for a variety of purposes.

Accessing Multimedia Using QR Codes

With a large emphasis placed on teaching skills that help children tackle nonfiction, it's important to think about the different ways that students are gathering facts and details as they take in information. Teachers need to think beyond traditional text and make sure that their students have the necessary skills for processing, evaluating, and comprehending multimedia. Not a Trend, But a Tool Locating and sharing high quality multimedia content can be difficult.

Even when you've found the perfect text to share with students, the next step can be logistically challenging. Boktips med QR-koder. Eleverna i 6:an fick i uppgift att göra ett boktips om sin senast lästa bok.

Boktips med QR-koder

Boktipsen skulle göras antingen i Shadow Puppet eller Tellagami, två appar som jag tror att vi kommer att jobba en hel del med på svensk- och engelsklektionerna, och sedan skulle de bädda in sina boktips på sina skolbloggar. Därefter tog de en bild på sin bok och skickade till mig eftersom de inte kan skriva ut på sina iPads. Jag lade sedan till en QR-kod till bilden. Scannar man QR-koderna kommer man direkt till elevernas inspelade boktips. Vi använde oss av appen i-nigma när vi scannade. Så otroligt häftigt detta blev! QR Code Generator – create QR codes for free (Logo, T-Shirt, vCard, EPS) QR Code Generator - Scan. QR Code Treasure Hunt Generator from classtools.net. Support English-Language Learners with Scannable Technology. Scannable technology provides opportunities for students to quickly and easily interact with a variety of content.

Support English-Language Learners with Scannable Technology

In a differentiated classroom, children should have access to resources and support materials that will push them toward success. This could be a tool to help them make meaning of the content being taught in a lesson, or it could be resources to help them gather background information before starting a new unit of study. Differentiation should happen for students who are approaching and exceeding grade-level benchmarks, for children who have special needs, and for English-language learners (ELLs).

ELLs can be supported by a variety of tech tools. This includes scannable technology like quick response (QR) codes and augmented reality (AR) triggers. Interactive Word Walls. Ways to Use QR Codes for Education. QR codes are easy to produce and fun to make, and they'll keep every kid's attention.

Ways to Use QR Codes for Education

These pixelated bar codes are digital magic for busy teachers! Use them for everything from running scavenger hunts to polling students. Read on for more ways to use the codes in your classroom, or see my post "QR Codes in the Classroom" to start making and scanning your own codes now. 1. Become a museum curator. 2. 3.