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Using QR Codes in the classroom.

Using QR Codes in the classroom.

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  • 1. QR Codes in the Classroom Blue Valley Educational Technology Team http://www.bluevalleyk12.org/edhelp/
  • 2. Teacher Web Page Place a sign on the classroom door with a QR Code to your classroom web page. Include your contact information too.
  • 3. Trophy Case Place a QR Code in the school’s trophy case next to the trophy. QR Code takes users to a video of the championship game or the award presentation.
  • 4. For Parents Create QR Codes for parents to scan school resources.
  • 5. Connect with Books Place a QR Code on book covers for students to scan. Link to a website about the author, video or other information about the book.
  • 6. Learning Stations Place QR Codes in different stations around the classroom. Each code takes students to different online activities - graphic organizers, videos, web sites, etc.
  • 7. Project QR Code Send students to a web site by projecting a QR Code on your screen from your computer. Participants scan the code and the web site launches.
  • 8. Research During the research process, students create QR Codes to quality resources during information gathering. QR Codes become a great way to sharing the resources and providing a dynamic “works cited”.
  • 9. Good job! ! When completing a task or goal, students scan a code for a badge. For example, if they get question(s) correct, they scan a code to become the expert of the specific area. Link codes to messages that state,“Good job!” or “Thank you!”
  • 10. Examples Link a QR Code to quality student work. Place a QR Code on the assignment sheet for students to view samples.
  • 11. QR Code Scavenger Hunt Students scan codes to send them to different locations. At each location, students locate a new code to scan. Students will need mobile devices. Utilize the QR Code Scavenger Hunt site.
  • 12. Check Answers Students check answers by scanning a QR Code to reveal the answers.
  • 13. Extension Activity Provide QR Codes on assignment sheets for extension activities.
  • 14. QR Tic Tac Toe Scan the QR Code to answer a question from the reading. If correct, students mark the game board with a token. http://owlsareahoot.blogspot.com/2012/07/qr-codes.html
  • 15. Describing Students create a document or audio file describing their artwork. Place a QR Code that links to the file on the piece of art.
  • 16. Tutorials Attach a QR Code to a math worksheet. The QR Code can take students to a video tutorial.
  • 17. Digital Portfolio Link to a student’s digital portfolio or a particular student online project.
  • 18. Bulletin Board Place QR Codes on bulletin boards to link to student work like videos, slideshows, etc.

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