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QR CODES IN EDUCATION
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-exercise or fitness room DIRECTIONS IN YOUR SCHOOL USES IN EDUCATION BOOKS TRAILERS YOU CAN QR CODE MOST OF YOUR DOCUMENTS
SCAN THE CODE WITH A QR READER AND SAVE IT TO YOUR IPAD. TAG YOUR DOCS After you make videos - post the videos online and give them a QR code
-teachers - post video or Smart lessons
-students - class projects - post videos (using Animoto or Glogster) POST VIDEO PROJECTS Pinpoint maps - allow students to navigate easier when they need to find a certain location.
Put a QR code in your presentation - if you are covering Russia - have the QR code take your students to Russia. If you are covering a major world event - allow them to see exactly where it happened. USING GOOGLE MAPS OR EARTH Periodic Tables SCIENCE World War II battles and locations
Constitution search SOCIAL STUDIES Tell or make a story using QR Codes
M.U.G.S. ENGLISH MATH QR text - give them a list of vocabulary words in English - they will have to search the QR codes to find the matching word. LANGUAGE Abbreviated from Quick Response Code — is the trademark for a type
of matrix barcode (or two-dimensional code) first designed for the automotive industry When you hand out a worksheet - post QR codes next to certain sections with either web sites to use as a reference or with text to help with that section. POST TO HANDOUTS A great way to not only advertise events but explain them.
Book fairs, sporting events, musicals, etc... ADVERTISE SCHOOL EVENTS After book trailer videos - a QR code will be placed in each book. So a student can view a book trailer before picking his book.
Book Search - Place QR codes around different sections of the library and have the students find certain books and answer questions. FIND LIBRARY BOOKS YOU CAN QR CODE MOST OF YOUR DOCUMENTS.
SCAN THE CODE WITH A QR READER AND SAVE IT TO YOUR IPAD. TAG YOUR DOCS
with TagMyDoc Post QR codes all over the classroom! Students must find the codes to answer the questions! SCAVENGER HUNTS Post QR codes all over your room - each with a different question to a test. Students must click on the code to get the question.
to add another twist - put in a clue to help guide them to the next question. TWIST ON
TESTS MATH Go to the website www.qrvoice.net
Type in your text (up to 100 characters)
Generate the code and you are all set QRVoice This application allows you to generate QR code for any data you enter into the application and share it between devices! It also has a scanner that can scan the QR code off another device or any printed material. Whether it is text, links, phone numbers... the smart viewer will recognize the data for you and will link it to the appropriate applications on your device!
You can also:
* save generated QR Codes
* email QR codes
* even print QR codes to a wireless printer! QR Beamer Unitag http://www.unitaglive.com/qrcode
Custom QR Code Generator
-Can include colors, logos, special shapes http://thedaringlibrarian.wikispaces.com/ Excellent Resource
Walk through of how to set up a successful scavenger hunt The Daring Librarian Example of a Scavenger Hunt done with teachers in South Lewis, to familiarize them with the High School Library QR Code Tour Great resource for creating a Scavenger Hunt
Just input your questions and answers
It will generate the QR Codes for you Classtools.net Gives you a quick and easy way to create QR codes for web addresses and text QR Code Bookmarklet Word Searches
Math solution within your classroom Make your own Go to the website: www.qrvoice.net
-Type in your text (up to 100 characters)
-Generate the code and you are all set
-When the QR code is scanned, a computerized voice will read your message QRVoice http://www.unitaglive.com/qrcode
Custom QR Code Generator
Can include colors, logos, special shapes Unitag http://thedaringlibrarian.wikispaces.com/ Excellent Resource. Great walk through of how to set up a successful scavenger hunt. The Daring Librarian Example of a Scavenger Hunt done with teachers in South Lewis, to familiarize them with the High School Library QR Code Tour Gives you a quick and easy way to create QR codes for web addresses and text QR Code Bookmarklet Word Searches
Math solution within your classroom Make your own QR CODES IN EDUCATION Your Hosts Carl Laurie Create cool looking
QR Codes to showcase
or match what the type of
lesson you are presenting. Uses in Education Uses in Education Uses in Education MATH ENGLISH Tell or make a story using QR Codes
M.U.G.S. How to videos
You can show how a specific drill or skill is done
Post, as a text, what the schedule is or what is the focus for the class is. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Students can make QR Codes
about local history or whatever
topic you are covering. Scan this for Math
Math Curriculum Allows you to join or create a game
Games are as simple as setting up QR codes
Email verification is needed to create games but anyone can play.
Free registration, no email to play!!! QRWild Any Questions? Good Bye! Good Bye!