Qr Codes In The Elementary Classroom


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  • Qr Codes In The Elementary Classroom

    1. 1. QR Codes In the Elementary Classroom Presented by: Ann Noonen & Jana Baxter
    2. 2. Who is in the Room? Presenters Area of Assignment ~ Poll Everywhere Experience with QR Codes ~ Poll Everywhere
    3. 3. QR Voice - http://qrvoice.net Turn 100 words of text into speech
    4. 4. Differentiate This! 1. What is a QR code? 2. What’s the difference between a traditional bar code and a 3. Where may I find a QR code? 4. How do I read a QR code? 5. Which QR Reader do you use? 6. How do I create a QR Code?
    5. 5. QR Codes QR = Quick Response Machine readable code Array of black and white squares Fast, free, easy, fun Two-dimensional scannable code The possibilities are endless!
    6. 6. Traditional Bar Code 20 characters QR Codes Hold up to 7,089 characters
    7. 7. Where do I find Them? Let’s take a look at what we found at PETE&C iPevo camera
    8. 8. http://www.csmonitor.com/var/archive/storage/images/media/images/1123-qr-codes/11077662-1-eng-US/1123-qr-codes_full_600.jpg
    9. 9. Reading a QR Code Install a QR Code Reader Open the application Scan the code.
    10. 10. QR Readers A few popular QR code reader apps are i-nigma QRReader Quick Scan
    11. 11. Using A WebCam Using QR Codes in the Classroom http://webqr.com
    12. 12. When Scanned... A QR Code may link to: Web site Video or audio Information Image qrstuff.com
    13. 13. Creating Your QR Code QR code generator Choose the type of code you want to create. Enter the information Click submit
    14. 14. Creating a QR Code http://www.qrstuff.com https://www.the-qrcode-generator.com http://www.visualead.com
    15. 15. QR Codes in the classroom
    16. 16. Connect Students to Books Put the QR Code on the book to hear it read by the author Pigs by Robert Munch http://robertmunsch.com/book/pigs
    17. 17. Connect Students to Books Create a QR Code to link to a video of a book. The Dot by Peter Reynolds http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5mGeR4AQdM
    18. 18. Connect Students to Books Conducting an author study? http://www.beverlycleary.com/about.aspx
    19. 19. Connect Students to Books Provide background knowledge The Civil War in Children’s Literature Brain Pop
    20. 20. Social Studies Place QR codes on maps or globes to link to information about the location.
    21. 21. Science Periodic Table http://www.flickr.com/photos/periodicvideos/5915143448
    22. 22. Science Animal riddles http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whale
    23. 23. Math Easter QR Code Math Station Two-digit addition and subtraction http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/FREE-Easter-QR-Code-Math-Station-Two-digit-addition-subtraction-206490
    24. 24. Art Interactive Art Exhibit http://www.coetail.com/carriezimmer/2012/05/07/an-i
    25. 25. QR Code Resources Check these out https://sites.google.com/site/ateachersbagoftricks/qr-codes-resources QR Treasure Hunt Generator 50 QR Code Resources Pinterest
    26. 26. QR Codes in the classroom QR Codes... http://answergarden.ch/82765
    27. 27. QR Codes In the Elementary Classroom https://ccsdprofdev.wikispaces.com/QRCodes Presented by: Ann Noonen & Jana Baxter