QR Codes

Why use QR Codes in your classroom? Student engagement may only be one reason to use this technology.
What is a QR Code?
A QR Code or Quick Response Code is 2D barcode that is made up of a large square with smaller squares inside. Originally developed by Toyota to help with parts inventory the data stored in these codes can contain many different types of information.
What do I need?
The process of using a code is really simple. First you will need to download a QR Code reader. Both Android and iOS stores have plenty of options available. Search for “QR Code reader” in the app store. I’ve had the best luck with the i-nigma app with consistent positive results. Once you have downloaded a QR Code reader scan the code in the center of this section.

QR Code resources:

Cybrary Man’s Educational Web Sites – Start here. This is just one of Jerry Blumengarten’s excellent list of links for educators.

Math Cathy has created a PDF worksheet that uses QR codes.

Blog article by Principal Eric Sheninger on digital leadership and QR codes in the math classroom.

Great ideas on this blog post with many ways to use QR codes.

50 QR code resources for the classroom.

 QR Codes for Education

Getting started with QR Codes (pdf)

QR Codes information from Texas A&M

More ideas on QR Codes in the classroom

40 Interesting ways to use QR Codes in the classroom (pdf)

The Organized Classroom Blog on QR Codes



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