**QR Code Math PD at Chipman - January 17, 2013**

What are QR codes?

QR codes are quick response codes that can be read by a scanner including a cell phone, iPad, or computer. They can represent an email address, a webpage, simple text, and contact information.

Ms. Byrne's first grade students recorded their voices.

Sample activities! See how we are using them in education.

Mrs. Hudson's 3rd grade students played a math Tic-Tac-Toe with QR codes and iPads (with lesson files)
Mrs. Hudson's 3rd grade class researched landmarks using iPads and QR codes
Mrs. Koerner's PM Pre-K students scanned QR codes and found pictures that match the four seasons.
Ms. Diven's 4th grade students talk about character traits. (with files to download)
Mrs. Linzey's 3rd grade students used QR codes in bottle caps for a lesson on Text features.
Mrs. Minor's Kindergarten students used iPads to scan QR codes for beginning sounds. (with lesson file)
Mrs. Parson's 5th grade math students solved multiplication problems in bottle caps.
Mrs. Draucker's Grade 2 Media students made an interactive board about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mrs. Draucker's interactive question board in the Media Center
Mrs. Womer's 2nd grade students made book talks


QR Code Math PD at Chipman - January 17, 2013


Nine ways to use QR codes in the math classroom - QR Code Math PD at Chipman

Mrs. Churchman's STEM students made games from recycled materials.
Ms. Diven's 4th grade students talk about character traits.
Mrs. Hudson's 3rd grade class researched landmarks using iPads and QR codes
Mrs. Womer's 2nd grade students made book talks
Ms. Panicucci's 5th grade math students used our new mini iPads!
Mrs. Biddle and Mrs. Clark's Kindergarten students scanned QR codes to see number words.
Mrs. Hubert's Kindergarten students talk about their favorite books.
Mrs. Draucker's Grade 2 Media students made an interactive board about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mrs. Adams' Kindergarten students - Once Upon a Qr Code - check their answers
Mrs. Linzey's students used QR codes in bottle caps for a lesson on Text features.
Mrs. Draucker's interactive question board in the Media Center
Mrs. Malone's second grade students solved math word problems using QR codes.
Mrs. Campbell's first grade students solved math equations using QR codes.
Mrs. Throm's third grade students solved math story problems using QR codes and iPads in a Tic-Tac-Toe game.
Miss Goldey's second grade students found nouns and verbs with QR codes and iPads.
Mrs. Claire Campbell's first grade students are QR code detectives!
Mrs. Minor's Kindergarten students used iPads to scan QR codes for beginning sounds.
Mrs. Adams' Kindergarten students used iPads to scan QR codes for beginning sounds.
Mrs. Koerner's PM Pre-K students scanned QR codes and found pictures that match the four seasons.
Mrs. Koerner's AM Pre-K students scanned QR codes and found pictures that match the four seasons.
Mrs. Pedri's 1st grade students scanned QR codes and found sentences with action words.
Mrs. Hurst's 1st grade students found action words when they scanned their QR codes
Mrs. Cuffy's 1st grade students identified action words or verbs when they scanned their QR codes.
Mrs. Mason's 1st grade students identified action words or verbs when they scanned their QR codes.
Mrs. Hudson's 3rd grade students played a math Tic-Tac-Toe with QR codes and iPads
Mrs. Draucker's 2nd grade Media students learned about the parts of a book with QR codes.
Mrs. Menzel's 4th grade students used QR codes in a Media Center scavenger hunt.
Sample Math QR code activity
Sample Reading QR code activity

QR code lesson examples on Pinterest:
http://pinterest.com/jnase1/qr-codes-lessons-and-activities/






QR codes in Education:
http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/51894/

http://itbabble.com/2011/09/03/qr-codes-and-education/

http://prezi.com/ma3afb24peyh/qr-codes-in-education/


Diigo Groups on QR codes

Making QR codes:
QR codes can be made here: http://goqr.me

QRVoice
This site uses text to speech to make an audio file play when you scan your code!

Reading QR codes:
To read QR codes on your cell phone download the QRReader app. It is free.
For iPhones:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/qr-reader-for-iphone/id368494609?mt=8

ScanLife is another free app for reading QR codes:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/scanlife-barcode-reader-qr/id285324287?mt=8

Reading QR codes on a computer: (download Quickmark)
http://www.quickmark.cn/En/basic/downloadPC.asp

This QR code scanner works best for me on my laptop:
Desktop QR code scanner

Use this website to create and scan your QR codes! Microsoft Silverlight is required on your computer.


http://www.esponce.com/

Camera scan:
http://www.esponce.com/qr-code-decoding#camera


Sample QR code...

What is UDL?

QR Code generator