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QR Codes The best from Tony Vincent’s “Crazy for QR Codes” presentation
Learning in Hand with Tony Vincent Learninginhand.com/gaetc13 Crazy for QR Codes Find info from this presentation and more on Tony’s Ed Tech page. Sessions are even linked from 2012!
Great Tip #1 i-nigma – find it in the app store Fast and easy QR code generator Does not work with MAC or Chromebook No smart phone? Webqr.com – on a laptop with camera
Great Tip #2 goQR.me goQR.me – User friendly - text or web address codes generate almost immediately can download to save be sure to give a distinct name always test Delivr.com Use this if you know the web address may change one day
Great tip #4 recordmp3.org Easy audio QR code Cannot edit Will only work on computer, not phone Flash-based When you click save, you will get a url that you can copy and paste into goqr.me
Great tip #5 dropbox.com – saves documents as url dropbox.com Qrstuff.com – subscription site; creates email messages with QR codes; email parents Qrstuff.com Include the url with the code when possible in case code does not work
Ideas Put a QR code outside the Media Center that will take students/faculty/parents to the your web site. Build a mystery with QR codes – create scavenger hunts, finish a famous quote, attach to art work or a book! You do not have to print them – pull them up on your computer project them on your board Print labels to stick anywhere!
Ideas Hide in text books as supplementary material Create screencasts and put the code on a homework sheet to serve as a reference (flipped classroom) Turn a Google form into a QR code for an instant survey Use bitly.com or tinyurl to make long addresses shorter.
Ideas Put QR code in a corner of art that links to the artist telling more about the work (great for student art) Heroes project – Students drew their hero; QR codes linked to the student explaining why that person is a hero. Make a Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, or Grandparents’ Day card to send via code
Ideas “ReadBox” – photos of students holding books with QR codes to their book trailers
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