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QR = Quick Response Encode: Website URL Text
What do you need to scan a QR code? Device Smart Phone iPad or iTouch Webcam Elmo Camera & App i-nigma Desktop QR Code Reader
Scan & Launch!
QR Code Generator – Kaywa qrcode.kaywa.com Right-mouse click to copy or save image How Do You Make a QR Code?
Ideas for QR Codes in the Classroom
Quick Access to Websites Scan to Learn About a Topic Websites
Computer Center Create QR Code Cards for quick access to favorite websites Websites
Add QR code to your lesson plans -Scan using your elmo camera for whole group instruction Websites
Video Add QR code that links to a video – student can watch video for more instruction.
Audio Connect Visuals to Audio -Record scripts, poetry, essays, etc. (Record Online with Vocaroo)
Create Read-Along Books Record Book Reviews More Audio Ideas
Online Text Connect Visuals and Writing -Poems, Essays, Descriptions (upload to Google Drive, Evernote or Dropbox)
144 Create a Text-Only QR Code
Self-Checking Activities Find QR activity ideas at www.teacherspayteachers.com
QR Codes for Collaboration Link to an online board to collect student responses: Wallwisher, Edmodo, Kidblogs
More Fun Ideas QR Code Treasure Hunt Interactive Bulletin Boards Classroom Incentives Math Riddles or Interactive Word Walls Link to Maps Link to Google Forms
USING QR CODES IN THE ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM Or, Mr. Pearson…. What is this funny box for?
Black and White and Scanned All Over USING QR CODES IN MATH, LANGUAGE, AND CONTENT.
CRAZY ABOUT QR CODES Ways to use QR codes in the classroom.
Using Technology Tools in the Classroom to Actively Engage Students in the Learning Process By Mrs. Teresa Jackson Dutchtown High School Follow me on twitter.
QR CODE 101 How those weird, square codes can be used in the classroom https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t GYqxVrJN-s.
QR Codes. What is a QR Code? QR stands for quick response. These codes can be found almost everywhere you go. They are used in business, advertising,
MFL Magic with QR codes. What is a QR code? QR is short for Quick Response. A QR code is a matrix barcode designed to be read by smartphones. It may contain.
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BYOT - Bring Your Own Technology by: Karen Dean
+ QR Codes in the Classroom Carol Mayer Wayne RESA.
Spreading the News with. What's black and white and read all over? Five years ago the answer was a newspaper, but times have changed. Now the.
By: Rachel Hall and Amy Austin. Grade: All levels Price Host App: $24.99 Student App: free (allows up to 32 students) Location: App Store
Jessica Dillard 2 nd Grade Dewar Elementary. App and Website Short clips Many uses! Demo.
QR Codes for Everyone. QR Codes = Quick Response Code.
Tech Tips Reading Center Instructions Click on QR code.
QR Codes for the Classroom! Jeanna Cook Lamar High School Arkansas Tech University
QR Codes EngageTech | Black and White and Scanned All Over Quick Response Codes.
How to use them Successfully in the Classroom. Whats a QR Code? A QR Code is a specific matrix bar code (or two-dimensional code), readable by dedicated.
QR Codes (Quick Response) How to generate and use in the classroom!
Quick Response (QR) Codes: Promoting ME and Classroom Interactions emTech Consulting
1.Using your ipad click on “Brainpop” 2.Watch the videos on the 3 Ancient Civilizations the Maya, Aztec, and Inca. 3.Take notes while watching the video.
QR Codes Be There And Be Square Lori Guerrini Chagrin Falls Schools OELMA 2012.
Karen Kondrick NYSRA 2012 QR CODES IN THE CLASSROOM.
L A C U E 2013 Using QR Codes in the Classroom.
+ QR Codes in the Classroom James Ray MCSD. + What are QR Codes? Square bar codes QR = “Quick Response” QR codes can be read in two directions = store.
The Percent Proportion 1.Using the iPad, click on the safari icon. 2. In the search (URL) bar type in kahoot.it. 3. In the game pin box, type the code.
QR Codes for Everyone Rachel Shankles Lakeside High School Hot Springs, AR 71901
Kara Damm Technology Integration Specialist SW/WC Service Cooperative.
Linking to a school website page Linking to a class blog Linking to student writing Giving instructions to students.
Teaching School Wide Positive Behavior Expectations Using QR Codes Name: Barbara Grace Age of Students: Content Area of Teaching Lesson: Behavior.
QR Codes for EVERYONE Rachel Shankles AR Alpha Epsilon Lakeside High School Hot Springs, AR Shankles08.
Ways To Enhance Student Work Using QR Codes By Heidi Hajart.
QR Codes in the Classroom Presented By: Arlene Low Learning Coach Sun West SD.
Dr. Gita Phelps Georgia College & State University I Mobile Technology for Instructors.
hyperlinks Audio Recordings Video Podcast Text Illustrations With creative book builder you can create interactive books that include.
By Bonnie Blan B Squared Consulting Bonnieblan.pbworks.com.
Course Title. What is it? The Power of “QR” Codes.
QR Codes Word Walls and Beyond. What they are… Applications for the classroom – Word Walls Quizzes Learning centers Written responses Student resources.
Mobile App Madness The Busy Teacher’s Guide to Mobile Learning By Angela Clark January 2014 Alabama NBCT Network Conference.
The Digital Classroom DDSB P.A. DAY WORKSHOP FEBRUARY 13, 2015 PRESENTED BY JENNIFER MONTGOMERY & MARTINA WALTON.
IPad Appy Hour Session 4 With Bob and Lori. Agenda What is Augmented Reality? Ice Breaker #1 Ice Breaker #2 Augmented Reality Apps What is Augmented Reality?
Falling into Common Core with QR Codes Leslie Maples, Molly Lippert, Joy Rosser, Cassandra Crawford.
Integrating Technology Into Your Classroom Cara Whitehead Everything’s Intermediate Virtual Teaching Expo.
Online Educational Tools and Strategies for Differentiated Instruction Kellie A. Shumack, Ph.D. Timothy Lewis, Ph.D. Laura Carpenter, Ed.D. Mobile Apps.
QR Codes for Learning Engaging, mysterious, and fun for your students PD Session - Fall 2014 Helena Elementary SCS Tech Team - Clark.
To examine ways in which quick response code can be used to make lesson planning more effective. To show how these codes (Q.R code) can be used.
1. Read your independent reader. 2. Open the chalkboard app on the ipad. 3. Write your name in the top right hand corner of chalkboard. 4. Create your.
QR Codes and the 4Cs ● Collaboration ● Communication ● ● Creativity ● Critical Thinking ● Michelle Lindsey & Mike Juchems Ozark Upper Elementary.
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