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Creating QR Codes:

Kaywa: http://qrcode.kaywa.com/

 

Qrafter QR Code generator- http://keremerkan.net/qr-code-and-2d-code-generator/

QRStuff - http://www.qrstuff.com/

QR Code Readers:

 

 

Android

iPad

iPhone

Blackberry

QR Droid

X

 

 

 

QR Reader for Android

X

 

 

 

ScanLife

X

 

X

 

RedLaser

X

 

X

 

Scan

 

X

X

 

Qrafter

 

X

X

 

QR Code Reader HD

 

X

 

 

Easy QR

 

X

 

 

QR Reader for iPhone

 

 

X

 

NeoReader

 

 

 

X

Mezzo

 

 

 

X

QR Code FX

 

 

 

X

Neo Reader

 

 

X

 

iNigma

X

X

X

 

AudioBoo App (recording)

X

X

X

 


Recording Apps/Websites-

AudioBoo App

AudioBoo website (create and manage your account) http://audioboo.fm/

 

 
QR Code Information


sa9.com/news/article/203707/158/Cool-Schools-Using-QR-Codes-For-Learning-and-Fitness-At-Chesterbrook-Elementary

http://qrvoice.net/
QR Voice is a free tool that allows you to create QR codes that when scanned will play a short audio message. To create your message and QR code you can record a voice message by clicking the microphone icon on QR Voice or you can type in your message. Either way you're limited to 100 characters. QR Voice is offered in Spanish, English, Japanese, and Portuguese.

http://www.qrhacker.com/
Pimp Your QR Code

TechToLearn Wikispace  http://tech2learn.wikispaces.com/QR+Code

Using QR Codes to Create Educational Posters



http://www.rylice.com/teachertech/?p=370

50 Interesting Ways to Use QR Codes to Support Learning https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=0AclS3lrlFkCIZGhuMnZjdjVfNzY1aHNkdzV4Y3I&hl=en_GB&authkey=COX05IsF

The QR Treasure Hunt Generator provides you with all of the things you need to get started creating your own QR codes and using them in your classroom. To use the QR Treasure Hunt Generator type out a series of questions and answers, generate the QR codes using the tool Russel Tarr provides, then print and display the codes around your classroom or school.Click here to view a sample QR Treasure Hunt.

Applications for Education
: Creating QR Treasure Hunts could be a great way to get students moving and learning at the same time. With a QR Treasure Hunt a quest for information can become a physical exercise as well as an intellectual exercise.

QR Code Classroom Coupons by Terri Eichholz
http://engagetheirminds.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/qrcodesclassroomcouponsnew.pdf

End of the Year QR Code Reflection by Terri Eichholz
http://engagetheirminds.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/qrcodereflectionboard1.pdf

Interactive Bulletin Board

http://engagetheirminds.wordpress.com/2012/01/19/interactive-bulletin-board/

QRPedia is a neat website that was featured on Read Write Web. RWW called it "the coolest QR thingy ever made." QRPedia is a tool for creating QR codes for any Wikipedia page in any language. When scanned the codes generated by QRPedia will automatically recognize the language of your phone and delivers the corresponding Wikipedia page in that language. Watch the video below to see how QRPedia is being used in museums.


Curbside Haiku Poster

http://2d-code.co.uk/qr-code-curbside-haiku

http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/downloads/pdf/curbside-haiku-sample.pdf

QR Codes For Education
https://sites.google.com/site/alicekeelerqrcodes/

Additional Resources for QR Codes:

Top 10 Ways to Use QR Codes in the Classroom

http://www.classroominthecloud.net/2011/06/10-ways-to-use-qr-codes-in-classroom.html

How To Set Up A QR Code Treasure Hunt

http://www.activehistory.co.uk/Miscellaneous/menus/history_mystery/qr.php

QR Codes in Museums  http://www.themobilists.com/2011/08/30/qr-codes-in-museums/
Additional Resources:

http://www.thenerdyteacher.com/2011/08/qr-quest-prototype.html

http://www.scoop.it/t/qr-codes-for-learning

http://janning.edublogs.org/2011/05/22/qr-code-presentation/

http://www.commoncraft.com/video/qr-codes

Using QR Codes to Provide Information

Here are some ideas on different ways to use QR codes to convey information to your students. Scanning is faster and easier than copying down a URL, and you can provide an ongoing “library” of links so students can reference them over and over.

1.    Why not list a number of websites for research? Products like pbSmart Codes allow you to update your mobi-page while your campaign is active, so you can freshen the content even after your QR codes have been shared.

 

2.    Have a QR code at the front of the class with “video/resource of the day.” Let students scan and watch it as they come in to quiet the class and make those first few minutes productive.

 

3.    For math, add QR codes to work sheets with a video tutorial on how to solve. (Check out YouTube for hundreds of videos on long division, for instance.)

 

4.    French or Spanish class? Record the correct pronunciation of a list of words in video (videotape the word, while saying it out loud) and link it to a QR code added to a vocabulary list. Now, students can study a worksheet of words and focus on not just spelling and definitions but also pronunciation.

5.    Create a virtual tour of the school for new students. You could have videos of teachers/principals explaining rules or giving directions and safety tips. This idea would be great for a parents’ night.

 

6.    Create a puzzle-solving lesson. Put QR codes around the school building and have each one lead to a new science-based clue. The clue leads the students to the next QR code. It’s a 21st century treasure hunt!

 

Lesson Plan Ideas Using QR Codes

http://wheretheclassroomends.com/non-fiction-lesson

Lesson plan using QR Codes:
http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com/2011/05/qr-code-classroom-implementation-guide.html

 

http://www.thedaringlibrarian.com/2011/09/qr-code-scanning-for-parents.html

 





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