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Q3 Quick Response Code

2. Visual Learning

STEP 1: CREATE A QR CODE

Learn how to create a QR code so that it can be read by a phone or other portable mobile device. There are several sites where you can create a QR code and some that generate them using AI. Follow the instructions on the site and either one of these sites will help you create a free QR code for one of the activities on this page or identified by your teacher.

a. qrcode.ai (be sure to reject all cookies, no login required)
b. QR Stuff (select plain text)

CHOICES

You might create a QR code from text that tells your: favorite thrill ride, song and artist, favorite restaurant, team and sport, book, class, a secret, or suggestion by your teacher.

Table showing the suggested QR code idea for favorite...

 

 

An example video 2.Q3 QR Codes (1:30) using the qrcode.ai site is shown next.

 

 

Optional: Guess Who Game

Play a "guess who this is" game. Each student has 5 minutes to create a QR code describing some of their favorites, copy or download them and add them to a shared file provided by your teacher (Google slide, PowerPoint, Canva, etc.) and see who can guess who each one is.

 

MITECS  Michigan Integrated Technology Competencies for Students, and

ISTE Standards for Students

1. Empowered Learner
c. Use technology to seek feedback that informs and improves their practice and to demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways

3. Knowledge Constructor
a. Plan and employ effective research strategies to locate information, media, data or other resources

6. Creative Communicator
b. Create original works or responsibly repurpose or remix digital resources into new creations

Websites

  • qrcode.ai (be sure to reject all cookies, no login required)
  • QR Stuff (select plain text)

Videos From Outside Sources

21t4s Videos

21t4s Breakout Challenge Activity

21t4s Surveys & Quizzes