Presentation by :
Rachel Nolan

QR codes in the Classroom
What is a QR Code?
QR Codes also known as
Quick Response Codes
A series of black and white
squares embedded with
informati...
How are QR Codes
Created?
Enter information into a QR
Code Generator online or
through an App.
Most sites will let you
cho...
QR codes are easier for the camera to read with less detail.
A long URL Address requires a more detailed QR code.
Online p...
Goo.gl also allows you to track your QR codes.
Simply type in a “+” symbol at the end of your condensed URL in the web add...
The students have the technology at their finger tips.
Why not let them use it wisely?
• Reduce Human Error
• URL’s written out can be incorrect when the
student tries to visit a site at a later time.
• A zero...
Link to an ebook,
Cliffsnotes,
historical
background.

Direct to an
interactive
model.

Teacher Contact
information and
ap...
QR codes can be
integrated into images
thru websites such as
www.visualead.com.

Digital Business card.
Once scanned the
i...
http://www.flickr.com/photos/periodicvideos/5912075438
/sizes/z/in/photostream/
Edvard Munch, The Scream

Leonardo Da Vinci, The Mona Lisa

Claude Monet, Poplars

Web Quest Scavenger Hunt
• Attach QR co...
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Qr codes in the classroom

  1. 1. Presentation by : Rachel Nolan QR codes in the Classroom
  2. 2. What is a QR Code? QR Codes also known as Quick Response Codes A series of black and white squares embedded with information much like a UPC Bar Code. Any device with a camera and internet access can read a QR Code through an downloadable app.
  3. 3. How are QR Codes Created? Enter information into a QR Code Generator online or through an App. Most sites will let you choose to either download the QR Code as a JPEG or Embed into another program or website. Information able to be embedded into a QR Code: Professional Contact information, Website URL’s, Video Links, Text, Google Maps.
  4. 4. QR codes are easier for the camera to read with less detail. A long URL Address requires a more detailed QR code. Online programs such as goo.gl can shorten any URL address to make them more manageable. Long URL Address Original URL Address Condensed URL http://insidetheclassroomoutsidethebo x.wordpress.com/2012/04/08/ways-touse-qr-codes-in-the-elementaryclassroom-and-using-google-docs-tocreate-them/ http://theartswithmsnolan. wikispaces.com http://goo.gl/aPoV91
  5. 5. Goo.gl also allows you to track your QR codes. Simply type in a “+” symbol at the end of your condensed URL in the web address bar.
  6. 6. The students have the technology at their finger tips. Why not let them use it wisely?
  7. 7. • Reduce Human Error • URL’s written out can be incorrect when the student tries to visit a site at a later time. • A zero (0) could also be an upper case O. • Extra support information • Easy access to presentations and support information when completing homework assignments.
  8. 8. Link to an ebook, Cliffsnotes, historical background. Direct to an interactive model. Teacher Contact information and appointment scheduler. Connect to your website.
  9. 9. QR codes can be integrated into images thru websites such as www.visualead.com. Digital Business card. Once scanned the information will be directly added into phone as a contact
  10. 10. http://www.flickr.com/photos/periodicvideos/5912075438 /sizes/z/in/photostream/
  11. 11. Edvard Munch, The Scream Leonardo Da Vinci, The Mona Lisa Claude Monet, Poplars Web Quest Scavenger Hunt • Attach QR codes to images of art around the classroom • Each QR Code will direct the student to a piece of information about the artist, historical context, or media used. • A set of questions relating to each piece will be written on the board. • Students will team up, and find the piece of art that corresponds to the questions, using the QR Code information to assist in answering the questions. • The team with the most correct answers at the end of the allotted time will win.
  12. 12. Scan the QR code above to download link to presentation.
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