I would use QR Codes in the classroom for a number of activities. Whether it was literacy, math, science or any subject, QR codes get students used to using technology in a fun and creative way. The student would grab a cube and complete each of the activities as part of a daily task. I would use this in my 1st grade classroom.
<strong> Math Vocabulary Task Cards (8) - Smart Device QR Code Enabled </strong> This is the FREE Edition of Math Vocabulary Task Cards for grade 4. This basic set of 8 task cards addresses Common Core standards and is smartphone and tablet enabled using the QR coding system. Simply download the QR app on your smart device and scan the code on each card for immediate feedback. The cards will also work well without smart technology. Included is a student tracking sheet and an answer key…
Examples of using Aurasma (Augmented Reality) in the elementary music classroom to explore composers and listen to gifted young performers. Aurasma is free for iPad and web site. Video examples included. QR codes... so last year! :)
The perfect listening center for November!Download and print a sheet of QR codes for your classroom listening library! Students simply scan the codes with any QR App to watch books read aloud. All QR codes are links to YouTube videos via the website SafeShare.TV.