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10 Ways to Use QR Codes in the Classroom

10 Ways to Use QR Codes in the Classroom | hobbies | Scoop.it

Now you have learnt how to create your very own QR Codes and are able to print these out but how would you use them in the classroom? Well do not worry, as I offer 10 practical ideas whereby teachers could use QR Codes, with text embedded within it, in the classroom. So what are you waiting for?


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Viljenka Savli (http://www2.arnes.si/~sopvsavl/)'s curator insight, December 10, 2015 9:03 AM

If you still doubt about the usefulness of QR codes :) find ideas here.

 

Sri's curator insight, December 18, 2015 3:11 AM

Very useful and quick way. But one has to have the technological resources and be tech savvy to an extent.

TD's curator insight, March 8, 2016 6:03 PM

Some really nice ideas.

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Stretch student collaboration skills with Breakout EDU

Stretch student collaboration skills with Breakout EDU | hobbies | Scoop.it
There is a new platform for immersive learning games that’s taking classrooms across the world by storm. Based on the same principles as interactive Escape The Room digital games — which challenge players to use their surroundings to escape a prison-like scenario — Breakout EDU is a collaborative learning experience that enhances critical thinking and creativity while fostering a growth mindset in students.

There are two types of games available for teachers to run in their classrooms: the physical games (which are the main games) use the Breakout EDU box (or any box with a hasp that can be locked) with a set of locks, and the digital games which only need internet-connected devices.

Gameplay revolves around a Breakout EDU box that has been locked with multiple and different locks including directional locks, word locks, and number locks. After listening to a game scenario read by the teacher, students must work together to find and use clues to solve puzzles that reveal the various lock combinations before time expires (usually 45 minutes). Teachers can either purchase the Breakout EDU kit, which includes a plastic or wooden box and a set of locks, or the individual pieces of the kit can be ordered from Amazon directly. Either way, it takes about $100 to get started with the physical games; the digital games are free.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Gamification

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, August 10, 2016 8:10 AM
There is a new platform for immersive learning games that’s taking classrooms across the world by storm. Based on the same principles as interactive Escape The Room digital games — which challenge players to use their surroundings to escape a prison-like scenario — Breakout EDU is a collaborative learning experience that enhances critical thinking and creativity while fostering a growth mindset in students.

There are two types of games available for teachers to run in their classrooms: the physical games (which are the main games) use the Breakout EDU box (or any box with a hasp that can be locked) with a set of locks, and the digital games which only need internet-connected devices.

Gameplay revolves around a Breakout EDU box that has been locked with multiple and different locks including directional locks, word locks, and number locks. After listening to a game scenario read by the teacher, students must work together to find and use clues to solve puzzles that reveal the various lock combinations before time expires (usually 45 minutes). Teachers can either purchase the Breakout EDU kit, which includes a plastic or wooden box and a set of locks, or the individual pieces of the kit can be ordered from Amazon directly. Either way, it takes about $100 to get started with the physical games; the digital games are free.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Gamification

 

 

Alex's curator insight, August 17, 2016 7:15 PM
good news for teens! Some gaming skills are useful :)
Claudia Estrada's curator insight, August 26, 2016 10:18 AM
Another way to motivate and engage students and make learning interesting.  
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מה הקשר בין חיילים רומאים, סלט ירקות, בשר כשר והר סדום? נימרוד משתף אתכם בכמה דברים שהוא למד על מלח. הסרטון צולם במתחם Teenkspace כל הזכויות שמורות ל"טו


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מה ויטגנשטיין יכול ללמד אותנו על קרנפים וידיות?

מה ויטגנשטיין יכול ללמד אותנו על קרנפים וידיות? | hobbies | Scoop.it
ספר מבוא לילדים על הגותו של ויטגנשטיין ותרגום עברי ראשון לספרו "פילוסופיה" מוכיחים כי רעיונותיו ממשיכים להדהד גם כיום, 65 שנה לאחר מותו
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Active Worksheets

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Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: First to 50 (Fractions of Groups Game)

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Teaching the Social Skills of Academic Interaction, Grades 4-12

Teaching the Social Skills of Academic Interaction, Grades 4-12 | hobbies | Scoop.it
NEWS FLASH:  A major meta-analysis of 213 studies showed an average 11 percent gain in academic performance for kids receiving explicit social-academic learning instruction. Turns out this “soft stuff” about creating a culture of respect and rapport yields hard and fast gains, and that’s no surprise to collaboration “gurus” Harvey “Smokey” Daniels and Nancy Steineke. Now, these authors share a yearlong plan for helping you build powerful and binding peer-to-peer interactions. The added bonus:  Your kids will meet speaking and listening standards, while you score better on classroom-engagement rubrics. Teaching the Social Skills of Academic Interaction taps the instructional power of slides, full-color illustrations, and super succinct directions to teach both the language and the behaviors of working effectively with others. These 35 lessons take your kids on a carefully paced upward spiral of collaboration, with explicit coaching on how to speak, listen, argue, persuade—and get along. Here’s the best part: You model and your students practice these social skills with the content of your curriculum, not in disconnected add-on exercises.   For each lesson, there are six to 25 slides that focus on one vital academic-social skill; step-by-step teaching tips are in the lie-flat planning book. The sequence looks mostly like this: The first slides introduce the skill—like being a good partner or arguing both sides of a controversial topic—then explain its value. The next slides help model the skill in action, using whatever curricular topic you happen to be teaching. Now, kids’ active thinking is invited as you co-create strategies to enhance use of the target social-academic skill. Additional slides help kids practice the skill using your curricular content as you monitor and support.  Lessons end with a debriefing to solidify new understandings. Any way you look at Teaching the Social Skills of Academic Interaction, it’s a win-win. Your students realize better engagement in curriculum topics, higher performance, and social skills to last a lifetime. That’s really college and career ready! And our schools become safer harbors, where students know one another, respect one another, and learn together. Longtime collaborators themselves, HARVEY “SMOKEY” DANIELS and NANCY STEINEKE have written six books together and are regular co-presenters at all the major literacy conferences. Both are former public school teachers who now work as national consultants, helping schools and districts to create friendly, supportive, and collaborative climates for young people.  For an author-led walk-through of Teaching the Social Skills of Academic Interaction, visit https://www.brainshark.com/corwinpress/teachingsocialskills.
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מחוברים: מי שולח הודעות למורים בחצות?

מחוברים: מי שולח הודעות למורים בחצות? | hobbies | Scoop.it
השינויים הטכנולוגים בשנים האחרונות מחייבים אותנו להיות זמינים כל הזמן ולכולם. כן כן, גם אם אתם מורים שמקבלים הודעות מתלמידים באמצע הלילה
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מרסיה בריר| החופש להעז ולהגשים!: מה קרה לי כשההֶרְגֵּלים שלי פגשו את איש המקל

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אצנית נופלת וקמה

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"Reserved" Signs: A Bulletin Board Stress Reliever

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Bulletin Boards 101: Ideas and Design Tips

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Make your walls express your enthusiasm and welcoming nature with these design ideas.
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Prisma

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Prisma transforms your photos into artworks using the styles of famous artists: Van Gogh, Picasso, Levitan, as well as world famous ornaments and patterns.
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Werkles materiaal » Juf Sanne

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