Presentation on theme: "+ An Introduction to Using QR Codes. + What is a QR Code? Abbreviated from “Quick Response” Code It’s a two-dimensional barcode, which makes it powerful!"— Presentation transcript:
+ What is a QR Code? Abbreviated from “Quick Response” Code It’s a two-dimensional barcode, which makes it powerful! Originally used to track vehicles during manufacturing.
+ Why Should I Care? QR Codes can make your classroom come to life! You can use them to direct your students to audio files, videos, samples of student work, websites, images, or information. QR codes are everywhere! Digital Literacy!
+ What Do I Need to Get Started? A mobile device with a camera (Smartphones and tablets) or a laptop with a camera A QR Code Creator A QR Code Reader Your imagination!
+ Let’s Get Started Creating a QR Code! 1. Go to: http://qrcode.kaywa.com this is a QR code generator.http://qrcode.kaywa.com 2. Enter a url (i.e. http://bwsdtech.weebly.com)http://bwsdtech.weebly.com 3. Select Static, then Generate! 4. Right click on the QR code and save the image. 5. Print, paste, or post anywhere!
+ Now What? Using a QR Code Reader Download a free QR Code Reader from the Apple App Store or from the Google Play Store QR Reader for iPhone QR Code Reader and Generator for iPad QR Code Reader for Android Users Open the app that you downloaded and scan the QR code that you generated.
+ Ideas for Use in Your Classroom 25 Fun Ways to use QR Codes for Teaching and Learning QR Codes in the Classroom Use Pinterest-Search QR Code
+ To Access This Presentation and Other Resources Go to bwsdtech.weebly.com and look for Resources for Educators Join the district Edmodo Group! Go here: https://edmo.do/j/hj24abhttps://edmo.do/j/hj24ab Group code if prompted: bqmih9