Using QR Codes to Spice Up Your Curriculum PPT

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QR stands for Quick Response.
It's basically a quick, scanable
barcode-like image that takes you
to a specific digital destination.
When displaying student projects, let
the student use a QR code to add
additional information.
Research Paper
on the QR Code
Science Fair Project
When displaying student projects, let
the student use a QR code to add
additional information.
Information about the art
or artist on the QR Code
Student Art Work
QR code tells student what
to search for in this area:
I spy with my little eye, 4
quadrilaterals that
intersect in a common
point. Take a picture of
your find.
Math
QR code asks the
students a question about
what they are looking at.
What kind of simple
machine is this?
How does it make work
easier?
Science
Information
Resources
http://www.classtools.net/QR/index.php
Students can create a QR code to an
answer to a problem that they create.
Students put the
fractions in order.
Fractions on Bottle
Caps
The QR code reveals the ordinal
number this fraction should be.
Students create pod-casts of book reviews.
After students create the pod-cast and create a
QR code, they will put the QR code on card stock
in the book. Students looking for books to read
can scan the QR code in the book to listen to a
student book-review about the book.
Link videos or pod-casts to QR codes on
tests for higher level questioning.
There are many online QR Code
Generators Such as :
http://www.qrstuff.com/
http://snap.vu/
http://qrcode.kaywa.com/
http://goqr.me/
http://www.qurify.com/en/
There are many online QR Code
Generators Such as :
Red Laser
Neo Reader
TapMedia’s QR Reader
i-nigma

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