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Using QR Codes in Education

by Anne Morrow and Nancy Lombardo, University of Utah

Anne Morrow

on 27 October 2012

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QR Codes in Education What is a QR code? In this age of mobile device use, whole new roles for QR codes are being developed.... Ideas for Educators Resources (BTW, they're older than you might think...) Libraries get in on the act Replace long URL's with QR code in
assignments, worksheets, etc. Codes
link to additional media. QR codes Lessons and Activities
http://pinterest.com/jnase1/qr-codes-lessons-and-activities/ QR = quick response

Two dimensional barcodes that are scan-able using a camera-equipped mobile device Not your average everyday barcode... Proud member Generation Y! up to 7,089 characters up to 40 characters code is embedded, not stored QR code technology was created in 1994 by Denso-Wave, a Toyota subsidiary, to serve as an inventory tracking tool. Denso-Wave has opted to freely share QR code technology. way-finding schedule a study room exhibits and collections register for a workshop feedback form research guides search library catalog RSS feeds for literature searches -what QR codes are
-how they are used
-offer suggestions for use by educators and students
-how to create and track them This presentation will cover: by Anne Morrow and Nancy Lombardo
of the University of Utah http://tiny.cc/QRed How to create
QR codes
using Delivr 1) Go to http://delivr.com 2)Click “Sign In” and “Sign Up”
– Establish a username
and password, Sign Up
3)Click on “Create New Code”
4)Enter a valid URL in the box
5)Click GO! 6)Your code will be generated
7)Click on the code displayed
and use it immediately! 8) Click on the Dashboard link at the top
a. Click code icon to download the code
b. See usage stats for each code
c. Use the “chart icon” to see
graphic displays of usage stats
d. Use the “pencil icon” to edit
- Can change URL
- Add notes 9)QR Code options
a.Click QR code icon on left
b.Download with or without
your username
c.Use Advanced to adjust:
* margin
* scale
* size and color 5 Real Ways To Use QR Codes in Education
http://www.fractuslearning.com/2012/02/20/qr-codes-in-education/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/periodicvideos/5915143448/in/photostream/ Periodic Table of Videos from Pinterest: QR Code Ideas http://pinterest.com/tahaneyj/qr-code-ideas/ I’m beginning to put QR codes on the top of my worksheets that take students to a lesson podcast or other links that go along with the assignment. I also have uploaded answer keys that are linked through QR codes on the bottom of their worksheets. When they finish, they scan the code and correct their own work. (This is all part of my plan to “flip” my classroom and allow students to move at their own pace. They won’t have to wait for me to grade daily work – instant feedback – taking ownership of their learning…)
--From http://www.coetail.asia/geoffodell/2011/04/01/qr-codes-in-the-classroom/ this presentation is located at: Event posters

For math, add QR codes to work sheets with a video tutorial on how to solve. (Check out YouTube for hundreds of videos on long division, for instance.)

French or Spanish class? Record the correct pronunciation of a list of words in video

Create a virtual tour of the school for new students. You could have videos of teachers/principals explaining rules or giving directions and safety tips. This idea would be great for a parents’ night.

Create a puzzle-solving lesson. Put QR codes around the school building and have each one lead to a new science-based clue. The clue leads the students to the next QR code. It’s a 21st century treasure hunt!
from http://www.pbsmartessentials.com/customer-satisfaction/qr-codes-in-the-classroom/ http://thepegeek.com/2012/10/07/qr-codes-coaches-eye-the-21st-century-skill-poster/ PE poster General Themes in Education used in handouts, worksheets
connects student to additional information
in different formats

second language study, code connects to audio
so student can listen to correct pronunication

'flipping' the classroom, qr code links to answer key, student self-corrects their work connecting the virtual to the physical
sharing ideas, opinions, reviews of books, art, or on an 'idea wall'

attaching codes to trees, plants, skeletal models, exhibit items, etc. Orientation tool to teach student about a place or subject
treasure hunts, scavenger hunts anne.morrow@utah.edu
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