What’s the Hype with QR Codes In the Classroom? http://answergarden.ch/view/28069
What is a QR Code?O QR stands for Quick ResponseO Two-dimensional computer generated imageO It is often mistaken for a barcodeO It embeds a large amount of data within the code
What can be embedded in a QR Code?O Text O Contact informationO Links to webpages O YouTubeO Documents O Facebook ProfileO iTunes app store O TwitterO Photos O Maps
How does this fit into my classroom?O Encourages teamworkO Extends learning beyond the classroomO Parent communicationO Interactive learningO Remediation
Uses for QR CodesO Remediation / Tutorials O Multiple items on oneO Extends lessons sheetO Book reviews O Parent communicationO ESOL studentsO Written, audio, or video O Surveys instructions O Alpha boxesO Scavenger hunts O Lesson reviewsO Field trips O PaintingsO TimelinesO Quizzes O MusicO Elements in the Periodic O Provide learning Table beyond the classroom
How Does it Work?O Choose a generatorO Select the type of code you want to generateO Insert the necessary informationO Download and save your codeO Insert your code where you choose
How Does it Work?In order to access what’s embedded in a codeyou will need to download an app that scansQR Codes. Apps for iPad Apps for Droid Scan RedLaser Barcode & QR Scanner QR Code QR Droid i-nigma QR Barcode Scanner At&T Code Scanner Neo Reader For the Desktop http://desktop-qr- scanner.software.informer.com/screenshot/32354 0/
Your Turn!Choose a QR Code Generatorand create a QR Code aboutyou.Include 3 – 4 things aboutyour self in the text.
Getting to Know You / Break TimeFind 3 people and scan their QR Codes.
Pair and ShareLet’s think about some of the lessons youcurrently teach.How can QR Codes be used with that lesson?Take about 20 minutes to discuss and createactivities that can be applied to theopening/closing of your lesson with 3 peoplearound you.
Ticket Out The Door What is your Take Away? Scan the Ticket Out The Door QR Code to answer the question below.What is one way you plan to implement whatyou’ve learned today in your building?