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Presentation by: Jenna Hobson. What are QR codes?  “QR” stands for “quick response”  Info can be linked to the code, so once scanned, you have access.

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1 Presentation by: Jenna Hobson

2 What are QR codes?  “QR” stands for “quick response”  Info can be linked to the code, so once scanned, you have access to that info  Info can be text, videos, websites, etc. Not just for use in 1-1 iPad classrooms!

3 Apps for Scanning Codes?  i-nigma  Qrafter  Genius Scan  Scan

4 Creating QR Codes  Qrcode.kaywa.com  Qrstuff.com  Google Docs For step-by-step directions on creating multiple codes at once using Google Docs, scan here!

5 Benefits of QR codes  Enhances opportunities for student choice (Bloom’s!)  Time/space saver (sanity!)  Fosters independence and creativity (Bloom’s!)  They sure “QR” fun! (laughter: the best medicine!)

6 Using QR Codes: Classroom Management  Contact information for parents— courtesy Heather Gant, 1 st /2 nd Grade Looping Teacher  Daily Schedule  “I’m Done. What ‘QR’ do?” chart— for early finishers  “I can” statements—post at stations

7 Using QR Codes: Classroom Management  Grouping—random groups; facilitates discussion amongst peers; same students prevented from “always” partnering up; no need to create your own—just clip off from commonly purchased products and voila!  Homework—quick access to webcasts, Math problem examples, anchor charts in classroom  Classroom library books—inventory, organization

8 Using QR Codes: Writing Activities  Picture Prompts  Story Prompts  Grammar review

9 Using QR Codes: Science/Social Studies  “Walk Around a City”—learning about cities around the world  Research—create QR codes for approved websites; quicker than typing in URLs  Current Events board—students create codes linking to a news article; add to board throughout the year

10 Using QR Codes: Other Ideas  “QR Us”—getting to know you question activity  “QR Moves”—brain breaks/exercises; keep handy in a container on desk  “The hills are alive with ‘QR’s’ and music…”—independent/station work music choice; different genre each day  “QR Matey!”—scavenger/treasure hunts; create a code for each clue; set up around classroom or school

11 I Want More!  qr-codes.html?m=1 qr-codes.html?m=1  12/02/qr-codes-and-bottle-cap- fun.html?m=1 12/02/qr-codes-and-bottle-cap- fun.html?m=1  dpress.com/2012/04/08/ways-to-use-qr- codes-in-the-elementary-classroom-and- using-google-docs-to-create-them/ dpress.com/2012/04/08/ways-to-use-qr- codes-in-the-elementary-classroom-and- using-google-docs-to-create-them/  When in doubt…Pinterest!


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