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  • 1. QR Codes in the Classroom Charity Preston from The Organized Classroom Blog http://www.theOrganizedClassroomBlog.com
  • 2. Examples: Source: http://www.eddiemon.com/2011/03/31/fresh-qr-codes-ideas-edtech/
  • 3. Source: http://jasonfleming73.wordpress.com/2010/10/21/qr-codes-on-books/
  • 4. Source: http://www.qrcode.es/?p=350&language=en
  • 5. More examples:
    • Calendars for homework when students are out
    • Scavenger Hunts
    • Back-To-School Nights
    • Mystery Picture Worksheets
  • 6. Steps to create your own resource:
    • 1. Decide what your resource will be and what size it needs to fit on when complete (not too small or the QR Reader won’t be able to detect it.)
    • 2. Figure out where you want the students to “land” since they scan the code. It can be a website, text, a phone number, or contact information.
    • 3. Open up a QR Code Generator, such as http://www.snapmaze.com and input your URL (if you want them to find a website). Choose your color – light colors won’t print off well. And generate the code.
  • 7. SnapMaze Website Step 1
  • 8. SnapMaze Website Step 2
  • 9. SnapMaze Website Step 3
  • 10. SnapMaze Website Step 4
  • 11. Steps to create your own resource:
    • 4. Copy and paste your code onto a Word document, power point, etc.
    • 5. Print the resource (on labels or paper), display, and have the students use a mobile device or laptop to capture the codes using a free app downloaded onto the device.
    • Students will have a blast trying to find out the mystery that is within the code and will be eager to unlock it!
    • Have fun coding and scanning!
  • 12. Free QR Code Math Mystery Picture Worksheets! Visit http://www.theOrganizedClassroomBlog.com to get yours!