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.
Via Susan Grigsby @sksgrigsby
Ann Nelson's insight:
I've been a fan of QR (quick response) codes since I first heard about them but - as with many tech tools - you begin to think you've exhausted their possibilities. Think again! This will give you some new ideas for putting those QR codes to work that will generate some excitement among your students! Share this with your tech-savvy teachers, too!
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