QR codes provide a fun way for students to interact with their learning. They have been around for quite awhile, and I've done quite a few activities with them.
Mrs. Huelsenbeck, media specialist at Rome City, has been QR code crazy the last few weeks. She has been doing QR activities with all of the Rome City technology classes grades K-6.
Since next week is Martin Luther King Jr. day, she asked about QR activities specifically on that topic. We decided to start having students create their own QR codes. To help her out, I created a quick video on how to use www.qrstuff.com that she can show the students. They will then do a little research and create QR codes over their fun facts.
If you are interested in making your own QR Code activities, the video I created might be of help to you. Have fun!
- If you are looking for a free QR code reader on iOS, I highly recommend QR Reader by Scan
- If you are looking for extensive information about QR Codes, Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything will fit the bill.