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Updated by Ken Peterson on Mar 18, 2016
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Web 2.0 - QR Codes

Free Technology for Teachers: By Request - Five Ways to Create and Use QR Codes In Your Classroom

Recently, through the Free Technology for Teachers Facebook page I was asked for suggestions for tools for creating QR codes. Here are five suggestions that I often make in regards to creating and using QR codes in classrooms. Russel Tarr developed the QR Treasure Hunt Generator.

How to Incorporate QR Codes in the Classroom

Take advantage of the personal mobile-computing devices already present in many of today's classrooms by incorporating Quick Response technology into the curriculum. These black-and-white QR codes, as they're commonly known, contain encoded modules of information that students can scan with their smartphones, cell phones or tablets and refer to as needed.

The Brown-Bag Teacher

Hey, friends! I am here to share with you all about how to create and use Audio QR Codes. Last year, Katie King taught me how to make and use traditional QR Codes (with text) attached. You can read that intro tutorial and an -AR freebie I made here.

How-To: Link Audio Recordings to QR Codes

Audio recordings can definitely support students who have trouble reading directions or need extra help with new vocabulary words. I've shared one way to make QR codes talk to students but if you'd like to add your own voice to a QR code, here's how: Looking for more tips for using QR codes with students?

QR Code Reader for All Devices!

The App Store is full of QR code readers - most of which are free. My go-to QR code scanner is i-nigma. One reason I recommend this app at workshops and conferences is because it can be used on lots of different devices.

Mrs. Wideen's Blog

What are QR Codes and How Can I Use them in my Classroom? A QR Code is a type of barcode that is readable by dedicated QR barcode readers and camera telephones. The code consists of black modules arranged in a square pattern on a white background.

Using Scannable Technology to Reach Parents Year Round

The beginning of the school year is often a time when teachers stop and think about the best way to communicate with their students' parents. We all know how important it is for caregivers to stay informed about everything happening in your building.

QR Codes Can Do That?

Seeking new educational uses for QR codes? Consider adding your voice, attaching PDFs, collecting parent information, sending a tweet, or changing the code's online endpoint.