As an introduction to QR codes, we wanted to show the children a variety of ways in which they can be used. As Tara wasn’t physically with us in the classroom, she recorded a podcast to connect with the children in a virtual way.
Share with Science teachers. It's got a CC BY SA licence! I haven't checked ALL the links but can scan these codes from my computer screen using my phone and QuickMark QR Reader software. Of course you could always go the 'old school' way & print it to stick on the wall!
ThePhysicalEducator.com has created a series of Skill Posters to help your students understand and master a variety of sport skills. The posters have been enhanced with QR Codes to add extra educational value to the resource.
The QR Code on the left links students to a video demonstration of the poster's skill.
The QR Codes on the right connect students to a drill that is appropriate to their perceived level of ability (either Novice, Intermediate, or Expert)
'As part of their coursework, students find or generate resources that provide more current details about the information in the book. QR codes linking to the new, better info are then peppered throughout the print title - strategically placed near and around suspect/out of date information. And viola! Just like that, my out of date dinosaur of a print resource is magically transformed into an up to date, interactive book!!'
Another example of it NOT being about a technolgy but rather about learning with/through tech