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25 Fun Ways to use QR Codes for Teaching and Learning

25 Fun Ways to use QR Codes for Teaching and Learning
I’ve culled a bunch of ideas from different teachers who have shared their approaches to using this simple but powerful construct in the classroom. Once your students are equipped with a device that can read QR codes and they know how to scan them, you’re ready to use ideas like these in your classroom! If you’re not already familiar with it, scroll down to the bottom of the article to learn how to easily create QR codes, and find QR Code readers. Ideas, Ideas, and More Ideas! The article, Ways to use QR Codes in the Elementary Classroom and Using Google Docs to Create Them, by Jill Thompson, offers these uses: Library Book Add-On: Put QR codes on classroom library books, linking out to information about the author and or book. These ideas come from the web page QR Codes – What are they and how can I use them in my classroom? Assistive Technology: “Provide an alternative access format for students who need additional support in reading and writing.” Creating and Reading QR Codes

A Short Guide to Taking Screenshots on Your Laptop and Tablet Visual aids can be very helpful when you're introducing a new website, app, or software to students or colleagues. Being able to take and send a screenshot is also helpful when you're trying to explain a problem to your tech support person. Here's a short guide to taking screenshots on your iPad, Android tablet, Windows computer, Mac, or Chromebook. Chromebook: A quick search in the Chrome store will return a bunch of options for taking screenshots on a Chromebook. Of those results there are two options that I have used and recommend. Diigo's Awesome Screenshot tool and TechSmith's Snagit. Macbook and Windows laptops: On a Mac you can use the keyboard combination of "Command+shift+4" to take a screenshot of a portion of your screen. On a Windows computer you can use the Snipping tool to capture all or part of your screen. For years I have used Jing to take screenshots on my Mac and on my Windows laptop. Skitch is another screenshot tool that I have used over the years.

Print Friendly & PDF ¿Utilizar los códigos QR en clase? ¿Qué son los códigos QR? Es una tecnología que permite cifrar un texto plano en formato de código de barras. Para descodificarlos se necesita un teléfono móvil y el usuario obtiene de esta manera una información más concreta sobre el espacio que está visitando o el producto que está consumiendo. Descárgate la aplicación de lector de códigos QR en tu Smartphone. Los códigos QR aplicados a la educación Como habrás podido comprobar, los QR suelen estar impresos en papeles, aunque también se pueden leer en pantallas. QRcodificación de las calles de la ciudad: Interesante demostración de lo práctico que puede llegar a ser el uso de los QR y las TIC.QR Edu: Plataforma dirigida a los docentes con ideas para crear actividades con y para los alumnos a través de los QR.QR en el área de las matemáticas: Comprueba la realidad aumentada y el uso de los QR para trabajar las matemáticas. ¿Has utilizado la tecnología QR con tus alumnos?

Create an Audio QR Code Follow the Steps Below These are the directions for creating a QR code that will allow the user to play audio upon scanning the code. This function would serve you well if you wanted to deliver instructions for learning centers (science investigations, for example), presentations, and in so many other ways. Enjoy! Step One - Create the Audio (MP3) I would complete this step with either Record MP3 or Vocaroo. Step Two - Make the QR Code Now that you used one of the sites mentioned above to create an audio recording, you may take the link to that recording, and create a QR code that students may scan to hear the audio file. A Second Option - Tellagami Learning How to Use Tellagami Tellagami is a fun iPad app that allows you thirty seconds to say what you need to say. Tellagami, Step Two So after you've made your "Gami," the best thing to do would be to upload it somewhere. Once you've uploaded to YouTube, you will then be able to get a link that will allow you to create a QR code with it.

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21 Digital Tools To Build Vocabulary - 21 Digital Tools To Build Vocabulary by Kimberly Tyson, Ph.D If you follow this blog, you know that I believe effective vocabulary instruction is just about the most important instructional activity for teachers to get right. For lots of reasons. Vocabulary influences fluency, comprehension, and student achievement. How’s that for starters? In addition, a broad vocabulary is important for effective speaking, listening, reading and writing. I write frequently about the importance of effective vocabulary instruction and my recent infographic – the 10 Do’s and Don’ts of Effective Vocabulary Instruction – has proved very popular having been Pinned over 31,000 times. In today’s 21st century classrooms, digital tools must coexist alongside more traditional tools. Digital tools have advantages. The following digital tools show promise to support word learning, review, and playing with language. 21 Digital Tools to Build Vocabulary Reference Tools 1. 2. Looking for a visual thesaurus? Shahi 3. 4. QR Code Generator: QR Stuff Free Online QR Code Generator And Creator For Brochures, Print Advertising, Business Cards & Stickers 35enseignants.pdf Bloom’s Taxonomy Background Information | The Original Taxonomy | The Revised Taxonomy | Why Use Bloom’s Taxonomy? | Further Information The above graphic is released under a Creative Commons Attribution license. You’re free to share, reproduce, or otherwise use it, as long as you attribute it to the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching. Background Information In 1956, Benjamin Bloom with collaborators Max Englehart, Edward Furst, Walter Hill, and David Krathwohl published a framework for categorizing educational goals: Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. The framework elaborated by Bloom and his collaborators consisted of six major categories: Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation. While each category contained subcategories, all lying along a continuum from simple to complex and concrete to abstract, the taxonomy is popularly remembered according to the six main categories. The Original Taxonomy (1956) The Revised Taxonomy (2001) Remember RecognizingRecalling Apply