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QR Codes in Education

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QR Codes in Education
by Kate Ropchan
a Quick Response (QR) Code is a square pixelated 2D barcode
holds much more information than a traditional barcode.
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scan with a camera phone equipped with the correct reader software
gives an instant link to a website, text, picture, video, or other digital content.
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since then, QR codes have taken off in popularity, especially in advertising
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several free QR code creation sites are available
my favourite QR creation site for basic codes is Kawya
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several QR Code Reader apps are available
I recommend Scan to my students
to scan a code, open the QR code reader app and place the code within the sights
the code is automatically scanned once it comes into focus
History of QR Codes
What is a QR code?
How do they work?
Where can you create a standard QR code?
websites like Unitag allow you to create a custom QR code
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Where can you create a customized QR code?
How do you read a bar code with your mobile device?
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Uses in the Classroom
here are some ideas that you can adapt to your subject area and grade level
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QR codes can help you to turn everyday lesson plans into engaging activities

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Interactive Displays
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Access the Web Without the Wait
rather than typing a long URL, have students scan a QR code to direct them to a particular site
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Promote a Book
tag books in your classroom or school library with QR codes that link to background information or student-created reviews.
Scaffold Student Learning
create links to useful sites that may help students to solve a problem
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Check Answers
QR code can lead to an answer key
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Share Students' Digital Projects
link projects to QR codes displayed in class or hall
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Taking QR Codes Outside
• QR codes allow teachers to create authentic engaging opportunities for learning outside of the classroom.
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Field Trips
QR codes can turn an ordinary field trip into an exciting and interactive learning event
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Historical Tours
students can create or take part in a tour of historical sites where QR codes link to relevant digital content
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Scavenger Hunts
create QR codes with tasks linked to them and hide them
students find the QR codes, scan them, and complete the tasks
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Connect with the Community
QR codes can help to strengthen connections between students and members of their community
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Link to Important School Information
QR codes can link printed materials to school contact information, such as the school website
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Raise Funds
create awareness for fundraising events
QR code that links to a donation page
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Spice up Bulletins
Include QR codes that link to pictures or videos from recent school events
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Conduct Instant Surveys
get immediate answers from students, parents, and staff by posting QR code links to surveys at school events
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Promote School Events
display QR codes in the hallways to inform students about upcoming events
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lack of access to mobile devices
increasing the digital divide
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What is the Future of QR Codes?
will likely be replaced by Augmented Reality (AR)
AR offers a new type of engagement that moves beyond text, images, or websites, and into users’ lives
AR merges real life with overlaid digital content
AR experience is more immersive, experiential, and shareable than QR code experience
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QR codes were developed in Japan in 1994 by Toyota's subsidiary, Denso Wave
their purpose was to track the manufacturing of car parts
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