QR Codes for the Classroom

QR Codes are a quick and easy way for students to access information. Watch this video of 4th grade students at Welcome Elementary as they use QR codes for math and behavior incentives.  QR Code Video

Here is a handout about how to create QR Codes while you are using Mozilla Firefox.  QR Code Generator for FireFox

You can also create QR Codes for text, phone numbers, urls, facebook, etc.. using the website. www.qrcode.kaywa.com  

Click more on the page and it will give you the option to add text.  The 4th graders wrote their math problems, typed the answers in the text box and created a QR Code for their answers.  Students from their class and other classes could scan the QR codes when they walked down the hall past their bulletin board to see the correct answer to the word problems.

Here is a fantastic resource for you to learn more about how to use QR Codes by Kathy Schrock.

2 thoughts on “QR Codes for the Classroom

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  2. Aimee Kleckner

    Oh my goodness! The QR codes for behavior incentives are FANTASTIC. We are a behavior school and having something that incorporates technology into behavior modification is awesome! Can’t wait to do more research!

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