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QR Codes in the Classroom

A Professional Development Opportunity for the Faculty of Coonley Elementary School updated Sept. 2014
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Nicole Zumpano

on 27 September 2016

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Transcript of QR Codes in the Classroom

QR Codes
in the Classroom
Coonley School Professional Development
by Nicole Zumpano, NBCT
today's agenda
QR Codes are
Everywhere
!
What the heck
are they?
Ideas for
Classrooms
Ideas for
Schools
How Do I
Make
Them?
How Do I
Read
Them?
Why Should I
Use
QR Codes?
Additional
Resources
Tracking Data
with QR Codes
everywhere i go.....
qr what??
ideas for schools
how do I make them?
how do I read them?
why should I use them?
tracking data with QR codes
additional resources
Q.R. stands for "quick response"
Denso-Wave, Japan
1994
QR Codes link the
physical world to the
digital world
Nicole
Nicole's Graduate
and Undergraduate
Students
http://zumpanotechlab.blogspot.com/2013/02/qr-code-mysteries.html
Smartphone
iPad/iPod Touch
Computer Webcam
Today's learners are mobile learners
Link the physical to the digital
Active student engagement
Differentiate through centers
Instant Feedback
Cut down on typing in URLs
Implement technology

http://nicolezumpano.wikispaces.com/QRCodes
Questions?
Thank You!
Alternative: Create trivia presentations for each president.
Put pictures of the presidents on the board.
Create QR codes with trivia. Students scan the codes,
find which president it belongs to and places the QR code by the
president's picture.
algebra problems here
A.P. Introduces herself to the staff.
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/75-Ways-to-Say-Good-Job-a-QR-Code-Enabled-Poster-191360
Print these out to
place feedback on
graded papers!
http://goo.gl/dfzTyi
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