In a digital world of links, likes, tweets and pins, there are very few mechanisms for connecting our ever expanding digital world with the physical one around us. QR codes are one of the simplest and most well established ways to make this connection, and for students it can create a number of unique and fun learning opportunities, meshing the digital and physical classroom.
In the below presentation, cutting edge educator Denise Webster shares the tools she uses, as well as some real world examples for making the most of QR codes in the classroom.
Links and next steps
- Kaywa QR Code – Free QR Code generator
- QRStuff – QR Code generator with extra features
- The QR Code Generator – Simple QR Code generator
- The QR Code Generator – Chrome browser plugin
- ShortenMe – Chrome browser plugin (url shortener/QR code generator)
- QuickMark – Chrome browser extension for reading QR codes
- QR Voice – Record and playback voice messages with QR codes
Feature image courtesy of Flickr, golanlevin.