Twelve Days of Technology

On the sixth day...

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On the sixth day of Christmas,... true love gave to me six geese a laying, five gold rings, four calling birds, three french hens, two turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree. gave to me six ideas for using QR Codes in the classroom.

QR Codes in the Classroom

You can link videos, text, websites, audio and more to a QR code. QR codes allow teachers to quickly connect students to the information they need. They can be used for classroom management. Six great ideas we've seen are:

  1. Add QR codes to worksheets or center games that allow students to check their answers.
  2. Put a QR code on student work that links to a video or document that further explains the project/
  3. Put a QR code outside your classroom that links to your website or contact information.
  4. Use a page of QR codes for students to use for frequently visited websites.
  5. Go on a QR Code scavenger hunt. Instead of leaving clues put the clues in a QR code.
  6. Post in the classroom with a question of the day or week.

Helpful QR Code Resources

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