QR Codes, how to simply create and read #appaday

QR codes are simply awesome. I’ve blogged about them before such as here and here. There are a tonne of different apps and websites that you can use to both create and read them.

For me it has been clear for a long time that accessing information, geo-locations or links to websites etc via QR codes is a no-brainer in the classroom. Even if it is something as simple as popping a QR code to the website resource you’re using that lesson on to a slide that you’re using with the class. The ability to take students quickly and effectively to the resource you’re using that lesson, for me, is a no-brainer. Imagine giving this resource address to Year 9 to type in on a Friday afternoon… http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/guides/ztqtyrd/revision – how long would it take the entire class to type that in and get it correct?

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