Presentation on theme: "QR CODES. QR Codes – What Are They Quick Response Code 2-D Bar code Scanning the QR Code takes you to a website with more information. Video Website Blog."— Presentation transcript:
QR Codes – What Are They Quick Response Code 2-D Bar code Scanning the QR Code takes you to a website with more information. Video Website Blog Wiki Direct link to a page on the web
QR Codes are EVERYWHERE Zoos – provide more info on a particular exhibit Catalogues - contains more sales information University mailings – link to university website Post Office – advertising postal services on line Now used instead of Business Cards Marketing Technique
What Technology do You Need? Need a QR Code generator – link provided Need a way to read the QR Codes Smart phone Tablet (Ipad or other device with a camera and internet access) QR Code reader – NeoReader App - Free
QR Codes for Inside the classroom QR codes stuck on tables leading likes to a video of a science experiment QR code at a Poetry Center taking kids to poetry reading, author interview, picture of a setting, historic place Homework: After school, teachers can put together everything that was done in class that day, create a QR code, put it on a sticky label, and slap it on a calendar for the students to scan
QR Codes – Bring Public into the Classroom When students publish online – send home a QR code to parents so they can take a look. Also post the code on the corporation site for the public to access Students write and perform a Public Service Announcement (food drive) – post it online then make a flyer with a QR code to the video which can then posted in the school or community to help collect food
QR Codes – Student Generated Codes Book Reviews: kids read a book, do a book review on line, attach it to a QR code, and put it in the binding of the book. When students scan the QR codes attached to the books, they can see their classmates' reviews. Students create book commercials on line – create a QR code link. Attach the link to a movie poster advertising the book Kids research topics on the internet – find articles, videos, interviews – create QR codes that can be attached to text books
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