The following list of ICT tools was created using Edtools.
Using a wallwisher is a great way to quickly gather feedback and ideas.
This wallwisher was created from a conference (ACEC2012) using twitter. A nice addition to wallwisher is a QR code is generated for the wall. Another simple use of QR codes.
FLOTSAM by DAVID WEISNER
This beautiful picture book has stunning images that will fascinate the reader. A story about a boy,the ocean without any words.
Caldecott medal winner.
Scan the QR code below to learn more about this book and author.
Information for teachers.
Beaches. Imagination. Other worlds. Photography. Voyages and travels. Imagination.
Define: What is flotsam?
Navigation: Locate some books also by this author in our library.
See the library staff for your reward :).
WELCOME TO 2013 – SEARCH -ASK – LEARN -CONNECT
BEGINNINGS … We SEARCH…
This year for my orientation to use of the PYP library we are going to use some QR codes. I will have a scavenger hunt for students to orientate themselves but I am also looking for some higher order and creative thinking to be employed.
We will look at what a contemporary library is using the Y chart as a stimulus (looks like, sounds like, feels like) and consider how this is different from the library of the past using the PYP ATTITUDES and PYP LEARNER PROFILE as support materials.
Teachers and students will have a chance to look at the PYP library using the QR CODE.
See the following links for more information.
See the link below for a great example of QR codes being used in a Specialist class (PE).
Finally, this glogster is an excellent introduction to QR codes in education.