What is a QR Code?QR is the abbreviation of Quick Response code. QR codes have become popular due to fast readability and large storage capacity. The code consists of colored modules arranged in a square pattern on a white background. QR code use is on the rise in education because they are easy to create, easy to read and students are intrigued by them. That makes them perfect to integrate into the classroom to increase learning among our students. This website will give you lots of information on QR Codes and how to implement them into your classroom. Your students will think you are "The Bomb.com" if you are using QR Codes to teach! Click Here to watch a video that explains QR Codes. When you get to this site, scroll down to see the video.Creating QR CodesBelow you will find various sites for creating QR codes. You can create codes
using videos, websites, text and voice.QR Stuff.com - Free QR code generator and QR code online creator. Create QR codes ready to save and/or print.Unitag - Create easily a QR code for free and customize it!QR Voice - Record your voice and put it in a QR code.Beqrious - Select the type of QR code that you would like to create. Great site for creating a vCard.Visualead - Create a QR code with an image.
Vocaroo - A great site to create an audio recording free and link the audio file to a QR code where users scan the QR code and hear the file play on their smartphone.QR Code Monkey - This free QR code generator creates QR codes with logo-images. Generate your QR code for urls, vcard, text, and more. The best part is adding your own image to your QR code, now account needed. Save your QR code as PNG file to use in your projects.QR Reader Apps for iPhone/iPod/iPad
QR Reader Apps for Android Phones
QR Code Readers for Android
QR Droid (free)
QR Barcode Scanner (free)
QuickMark QR Code Reader (free)
RedLaser Barcode & QR Scanner (free)
QR Code Readers for Blackberry
QR Code Scanner Pro (free)
Code Muncher - FREE QR ReaderMr. Martinez's Students at Hammond High Magnet School
using Making Inferences QR Code ActivityMs. Haydel's 4th grade students using QR codes in the classroom.
Parents using QR codes at Woodland Park Magnet School's Open House.
QR Codes in the Classroom ResourcesWebsites:Videos:
QR Codes: Black and White and Scanned All Over QR Codes in the Classroom QR Codes in the Elementary Classroom More Educational Uses for QR CodesTeachers learn all about QR Codes and how to implement them in their
classroom during the 2 hour training.Shane Kraft's Biology students at Ponchatoula High School participated in a
QR Code scavenger hunt. The codes were posted around the school and students used
iPods and iPhones to scan the codes and get information.