Amanda Rogers
Katie Holland
Amanda Katie
 A quick-reference code can be scanned by a
digital device and links to virtually anything
that can be stored online.
First, read with the story your eyes while you listen
with your headphones. Don’t forget to track with
your finger.
Next, ...
Find a video or audio recording of your story, or record one
yourself. Print the code and attach it to the cover of your b...
Have students practice reading aloud and record their
voices. Create a QR code of their voice recording and
display at sch...
This is just a fun way for students to access lists you
are already using in station activities.
Direct students to the websites you want them to read and have
them answer questions as a group!
 Create a QR code with your teacher contact information to keep on display in
your classroom or right outside your door. ...
 Attach a permanent QR code to the inside
of student notebooks. This code can have
a link to your classroom website so th...
 Scavenger Hunts- an easy and engaging
way to get students excited about their
learning!
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
Code has link to audio of a
student’s book review.
Code has a link to additional information
on safe farming practices.
Students
can scan
the code
to get a
problem,
and use
the
answer
sheet to
record
answers.
Students scan the graphic
organiz...
 What happens if the QR code
doesn’t scan?
◦ 1. Check to make sure your
code is flat. If there are any
bumps in the code,...
 Make your code!
 www.scan.me
 www.qrstuff.com
 www.recordmp3.co
m
 www.qrvoice.net
 www.clipconverter.
net
 www.au...
 www.teacherspayte
achers.com
 Pinterest
 Google
Qr codes in the classroom
Qr codes in the classroom
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Qr codes in the classroom

  1. 1. Amanda Rogers Katie Holland
  2. 2. Amanda Katie
  3. 3.  A quick-reference code can be scanned by a digital device and links to virtually anything that can be stored online.
  4. 4. First, read with the story your eyes while you listen with your headphones. Don’t forget to track with your finger. Next, read the story with your partner. Take turns reading. Don’t forget to track while your partner reads. On your paper, draw a picture of what happened first in the story.
  5. 5. Find a video or audio recording of your story, or record one yourself. Print the code and attach it to the cover of your book.
  6. 6. Have students practice reading aloud and record their voices. Create a QR code of their voice recording and display at school or send home!
  7. 7. This is just a fun way for students to access lists you are already using in station activities.
  8. 8. Direct students to the websites you want them to read and have them answer questions as a group!
  9. 9.  Create a QR code with your teacher contact information to keep on display in your classroom or right outside your door. Parents and students can have your information readily available to them with simply a scan of the code.
  10. 10.  Attach a permanent QR code to the inside of student notebooks. This code can have a link to your classroom website so that students and parents may see upcoming dates, homework assignments, and any other important information.
  11. 11.  Scavenger Hunts- an easy and engaging way to get students excited about their learning!  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7EUIx gJYKs  This website takes you through the steps to make a QR code hunt- http://www.classtools.net/QR/
  12. 12. Code has link to audio of a student’s book review. Code has a link to additional information on safe farming practices.
  13. 13. Students can scan the code to get a problem, and use the answer sheet to record answers. Students scan the graphic organizer, which links to an online discussion board about their KWL. They get to add their own information.
  14. 14.  What happens if the QR code doesn’t scan? ◦ 1. Check to make sure your code is flat. If there are any bumps in the code, or it has been crumpled up, it may not scan correctly. ◦ 2. Make sure there isn’t a glare on the code. Sometimes with laminated codes, lights cause a glare that interferes with the scan. ◦ 3. If the code is linked to a website, check to see that it is a mobile version. Because iPads and iPods are not equipped with flash, they sometimes cannot access the website on the code.  What size do I need to make my codes? ◦ Any size! From about the size of your palm to the size of your projector’s screen are most effective. ◦ What all can go on my QR codes?  Almost anything! A website, an audio sample, a video sample, a calendar, a PDF file, plain text, contact information and more. The opportunities are endless, so experiment with the codes and see what all you can put on them.
  15. 15.  Make your code!  www.scan.me  www.qrstuff.com  www.recordmp3.co m  www.qrvoice.net  www.clipconverter. net  www.audioboo.com Print and Save Store on a ring or in a binder for later.
  16. 16.  www.teacherspayte achers.com  Pinterest  Google

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