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QR Codes in the Classroom - Session 1

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Sharan King

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QR Codes in the Classroom
Session 1

Sharan King
sking@shore.nsw.edu.au What is a QR Code? Classroom ideas for QR Codes:

Images of Chemical Reactions
QR Codes for students to check their answers
Use online sites to make their work virtual e.g Glogster
Learning Languages with QR Codes
Scavanger Hunts in the classroom Students don't have to access the internet, they can link up by using a QR Code for:

Video Tutorials
Author Interviews
How to Guides
Skype Quick Response Code You can tag any text, business card, video or powerpoint which can be accessed through the web.

Create a hyperlink for your webpage, Blog,google docs or digital dropbox. Try this quick task:
QR Reader & Generator App
http://www.qrstuff.com/
Go to
Click on plain text
Type in 3 things about yourself
Name
School where you work
Department/Faculty

Scan your neighbour's code using
QR Reader App
Discovr App to search
(Not sure? Kaywa Reader) What is a QR Code?

Quick response codes, also known as 'QR' codes, are simple, scannable images that are a form of barcode.

By scanning a QR code image through a mobile device, information can be accessed including text, links, bookmarks and email addresses. Some uses for QR Codes:

History of your school with QR Codes
QR Codes as book or video trailers
Link to a Public titanpad
Bell Schedules
Digital images of students
Hand-outs and instructions There are many QR Apps for smartphones, iPads, iPods and iPhones, Androids. Uses in Education Great QR Sites http://mmeduckworth.blogspot.com.au/2011/06/qr-codes_07.html http://pinterest.com/tahaneyj/qr-code-ideas/ http://www.beqrious.com/generator QR Codes in the Classroom
Session 1 Now try this quick task
Go to http://www.qrhacker.com/
Create your QR Code using the following:
An image
Colour
Read each other's code Integrating into Different Subject Areas Creating Your Own Codes Session Feedback
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