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Boktips med QR-koder

Boktips med QR-koder
Eleverna i 6:an fick i uppgift att göra ett boktips om sin senast lästa bok. 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! Här ser ni bilderna på böckerna + QR-koderna. Att skapa QR-koder är otroligt enkelt. Ladda ner appen i-nigma (gratis) och testa själva genom att scanna den här koden så får du lyssna på en elevs boktips:

Accessing Multimedia Using QR Codes Students of all ages are required to read text for a variety of purposes. 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. Many tech-enthusiastic educators have written off QR codes as a passing trend that can be replaced with augmented reality triggers. For teachers just getting started with technology, or those looking for flexibility in a BYOD (bring your own device) environment, QR codes still have an important place in a tech-friendly classroom. Curating and Sharing Any multimedia found on the Internet can be linked to a QR code.

Support English-Language Learners with Scannable Technology Scannable technology provides opportunities for students to quickly and easily interact with a variety of content. 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. ELLs can be supported by a variety of tech tools. Interactive Word Walls Word walls in your classroom can be useful resources for students who know where to go when they're figuring out how to spell a frequently-used word. Scannable Vocabulary Lists Another way to approach vocabulary support is to create personalized vocabulary lists for students. Build Background Knowledge Before reading a story to your class or starting a new unit of study, you may want to send home information that can help students and their families set the stage for learning. Audio vs.

QR Wild - Play and Create QR Code Games! QR Wild Share: Website: qrwild.comDescription: This site lets you create QR Code scavenger hunts quickly and easily. The basic account is free and all you need is a smart phone, any QR code reader and a login for the site. Other Links in This Section Seesaw Share: Website: web.seesaw.me Apple App: 13th June 2015 In "ICTmagic" Code Hunt Share: Website: codehunt.com Description: A superb game where children must use their knowledge of coding to progress through the levels. 29th December 2014 Throwww Share: Website: throwww.com Description: A swish looking, minimalist instant blog site. 11th July 2015

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