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Easy QR Code Projects to Differentiate and Energize Learning

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Overview

Would you like to differentiate your lessons to better meet your students' individual needs and learning styles? If so, QR code projects are a great way to modify and energize existing lessons so that you can differentiate the learning for each student. In this session, join Monica Burns as she introduces you to QR codes and discusses how to create QR codes, how to access them using mobile devices, and how to manage a classroom of enthusiastic students engaged in active learning and projects with QR codes. She will provide examples of differentiated lessons and projects that use QR codes and share tips for designing these lessons and projects for your classroom.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, September 17, 2016 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Differentiated Learning, Learning Theories & Strategies, Mobile Learning
Tags: differentiated learning, differentiation, DOL0329, mobile learning, personalized learning, QR codes

Reviews (72)

Full Member
+6
 
Great! I use QR Codes a lot! Thanks for more ideas!
Full Member
 
Good information about using these QR codes. I would like more information for the readers. Specifically, what do you recommend for students using chromebooks for reading the codes?
Full Member
 
Great ideas. I am going to look into this!
Full Member
+3
 
Wonderful information!
Full Member
 
Very impressive activites.
Full Member
+4
 
Very helpful. Thank you!
Full Member
 
Very detailed presentation. Lots of wonderful ideas for using QR codes. Helpful tips!
Full Member
 
I've used QR codes before but this provides a lot more options.
Full Member
+4
 
QR readers can open up so many different means of learning for children of all ages/!
Full Member
+5
 
QR readers are some of the best ways to get students engaged while not spending a lot of time getting them to where they need to be. Great presentation!
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