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    • 1. QR CODES in the classroom
    • 2. WHAT ARE THEY?QR = Quick Response will “take you” someplacescannable with a smartphone app or desktop e-mailapp site phone callcan be read any which SMSway messageup to 4,000 characters of fileinfo
    • 3. C S I I N V E S T I G AT E SA great explanation of how QR codes work
    • 4. HOW DO YOU SEE THEM?business cardsproduct info on labelsstore windows - links to sitesMore smart phones than personal computers
    • 5. PLACES TO USE - IN BUSINESS37 places to use QR codes
    • 6. SCHOOL-WIDE USESschool websiteschool phone numbereach teacher’s siteart in the school - links to artist infomemorial pagesQR codes on the trophy case to YouTube videos
    • 7. POSTER FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHTFrom The Daring Librarian’s Flickr stream
    • 8. CLASSROOM USESlink to class website/ voice recordings/Moodle/Edmodo/etc. podcasts/radio programs2.0 tools with decentmobile sites poem or essay for reviewsocial bookmarks orphotos test review or study guidenewspaper articles orcurrent events scavenger hunt
    • 9. STUDENTSINTERACT WITHCONTENT
    • 10. STUDENTS CAN CREATEResumes with links to Maps with links to placesdigital portfolios Timelines with links tobook reviews - paste QR eventscode into book Word Wall - link toinfo scavenger hunt definitions, examples, study aidsincorporate into a poster oran infographicupdate outdated materials
    • 11. WORKING TOGETHERWhat would your studentslike to be easily linked to?
    • 12. READERSSome work well, some don’t For Android devices the choice is clear - its either QR Pal or QR Droid. Both are solid performers and well put togetherI use the Google App on my by people that clearly understand QRiPhone codes at a technical level.Following list from QRStuff I-Nigma - Popular and reliable QR code scanning app thats been around forever“Optiscan - The best QR Code scanner and comes in all the popular flavours -for iPhones - it understands all the iPhone, Android, Blackberry andtrickier encoding types and has definitely standard with most Blackberrys thesekept up with development in QR code days.technology. Kaywa Reader - Supports an extensiveQRafter - "Best of breed" as far as the free list of Nokia, Motorola, Samsung andiPhone apps are concerned. Fast, reliable Sony-Ericsson Java and Symbian phones,and broad range of user features. as well as having a Windows Mobile version.”
    • 13. CREATORSQRstuff Kaywa colors! variety of sizes variety of sizes easy to use URL shortener batch processing
    • 14. RESOURCESMashable’s list of articlesSVNGR app for Android or iOS creates scavengerhuntsQRvoice.net - recorded voice messagesLiveBinder of resourcesMy Diigo list
    • 15. THANK YOU! Larissa Wright-Elsonwright-elson_larissa@asdk12.orgSouth Anchorage High Schoolwww.larissawright-elson.comNational Board Certified TeacherM.Ed. Educational Technology