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SCAN IT, LEARN IT: USING QR CODES IN THE CLASSROOM Kristy Mitchell ITS, Eagle Nest Elementary
MISSION AND VISION Mission: Dorchester School District Two leading the way, every student, every day, through relationships, rigor, and relevance. Vision: Dorchester School District Two desires to be recognized as a “World Class” school district, expecting each student to achieve at his/her optimum level in all areas, and providing all members of our district family with an environment that permits them to do their personal best.
SCAN IT, LEARN IT: USING QR CODES IN THE CLASSROOM In today’s session you will learn how to use QR codes in your classroom to increase student engagement. Examples of different QR codes will be shown and you will have the opportunity to explore and create your own!
CONTACT INFORMATION Kristy Mitchell ITS (EES)
MEET THE PRESENTER
A LITTLE BACKGROUND
HOW CAN QR CODES BE USED IN THE CLASSROOM?
DIFFERENT TYPES OF QR CODES URL/website Text Audio Video
SOME EXAMPLES … 3 rd Grade Science: Food Chains 4 th Grade Social Studies: Westward Expansion 5 th Grade Social Studies: World War II You will have 15 minutes to explore the sample lessons. There are iPads and headphones for you to use.
THOUGHTS ON STUDENT ENGAGEMENT?
HOW DO I CREATE MY OWN CODES? There are many more options, these are just a few!
THE EASY CODES Text URL
AUDIO Record your audio Save Create the QR code
VIDEO SchoolTube Upload Video Copy the web address of the video Go to Use shortened url at Create code
YOUR TURN! CREATE YOUR OWN CODES!
Participants are asked to complete a session evaluation for each session attended. Credit (attendance, renewal, and/or technology) will be added following evaluation completion. SESSION EVALUATION Participants are asked to complete a session evaluation for each session attended. Credit (attendance, renewal, and/or technology) will be added following evaluation completion. For each question, use 1=Strongly Disagree, 2=Disagree, 3=Neither Agree nor Disagree, 4=Agree, 5=Strongly Agree. Your responses will assist us in planning future professional development in Dorchester School District Two. 1) The instructor was well prepared for the workshop. 2) The materials for the workshop were appropriate. 3) The concepts presented were appropriate to my job. 4) I will benefit from attending this session. 5) I would recommend this training to others.