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John Pearce

QR Code Quest: a Library Scavenger Hunt | The Daring Librarian - 0 views

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    "I remixed this awesome scavenger hunt originally created by Joyce Valenza and added a QR Code Twist! I re-worked some of the questions for a lesson with my adorable ESOL kids (we have 35 right now in our ESOL program & one cute be-freckled girl just came yesterday & speaks no English at all but she LOVED scanning the codes when I handed her my Droid Fascinate!) The rest of the kids have varying degrees of English proficiency but still will benefit from a few visual clues. So the scavenger hunt questions are intentionally simply & clearly worded combined with pics I created as QR Code Hints. You can also use this lesson for special needs classes, Library Media orientation, or even re-mix the questions, QR Codes, & hints for just about ANY subject area! To create the hints I used a combination of Photoshop, Flickr, bit.ly and my favourite QR Code generator, Kaywa."
Pam Thompson

Looking at Student Work - 0 views

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    Educators looking together at student work using structures and guidelines ("protocols") for reflecting on important questions about teaching and learning.">
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John Pearce

Voir QR: The History, Use & Abuse of QR Codes - 0 views

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    A great Slideshare looking at QR Codes from the marketing point of view. The presentation contains a great explanation of the makeup of a QR code as well as examples of good and not so good uses in marketing. It also looks at other types of codes that compete with QR codes.
John Pearce

QR Codes: The nuts and bolts #QRCode #edtech #ukedchat - eLearning Blog Dont Waste Your Time - 3 views

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    "I've had some amazing discussions with some colleagues recently about QR Codes and how we can use them. When I got over the initial "huh?" response as to what they are, and they understood that the code can contain type of data, we started to get somewhere really quite quickly. So, this post is really to consolidate my previous posts and to make it slightly more graphical - images are often easier to follow."
Rhondda Powling

Code Club at Clifton Hill Primary School - YouTube - 0 views

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    "Explore Code the Future's first code club. David, a software engineer, and Kate, a teacher at Clifton Hill Primary School in Melbourne, Australia, show us around their weekly code club."
John Pearce

QR Code Generator? The Best QR Code Generators - 3 views

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    "There are quite a few QR Code generators online. Some of them like Barcode Maker simply cosmeticize the Google Chart API while others like ZXing have full MECARD encoding. Here are the best examples:"
Rhondda Powling

25 Fun Ways to use QR Codes for Teaching and Learning - Emerging Education Technologies - 0 views

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    The author of the post has culled a bunch of ideas from different teachers who have shared their approaches to using QR codes in a classroom setting. Once students are equipped with a device that can read QR codes and they know how to scan them, it is easy to adapt the ideas here to use a classroom.
John Pearce

Learning Guide:QR Codes - Wiki - 4 views

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    "QR Codes are similar to bar codes making it possible to access Web sites and messages through a camera phone. " This wiki from the University of Wyoming is a great collection of ideas, guides and tutorials.
John Pearce

QR Stuff: Free Printable QR Code Generator, Creator And Encoder For T-Shirts, Labels & Stickers - 4 views

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    QR Stuff generates codes from the following Text, Website URL, Telephone Number, SMS Message, Email Address, Email Message, Contact Details (VCARD), Event (VCALENDAR) Google Maps Location, Wifi Login (Android Only), Paypal Buy Now Link, Social Media , iTunes Link & YouTube Videos. You can also use their pay for service for other options eg t-shirts etc.
Rhondda Powling

5 Reasons to Teach Kids to Code Infographic | My Educational Technology Blog: A Place of Resources and Tools for Educators - 1 views

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    This infographic sets out some very good reasons to support the case for teaching coding in schools.
Rhondda Powling

Top 10 Ways to Teach Yourself to Code - 5 views

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    "Programming is one of the most valuable skills you can pick up in these modern times, whether for career prospects or to stretch your brain and create something awesome. If you're just getting started on your coding journey, here are ten tips and resources to set you off on the right foot."
John Pearce

What is a QR Code? - Library Research Guides at Boise State University - 2 views

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    From Boise State University a live binder "Read all about QR Codes! What they are, how they work, and how you can create your own."
Rhondda Powling

SLCWA 2011 QR Codes: education , education, qr codes | Glogster EDU - 21st century multimedia tool for educators, teachers and students - 1 views

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    This is an excellent and very comprehensive Glog on QR codes created by Jean Anning.
Rhondda Powling

How to Create a QR Code In 3 Easy Steps | The Daring Librarian - 3 views

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    A post for those who are interested in learning about creating QR codes. Offers some great posters by Gwyneth Jones
Roland Gesthuizen

http://www.vit.vic.edu.au/SiteCollectionDocuments/PDF/Code-of-Conduct-June-2008.pdf - 1 views

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    The Code of Conduct has been developed for and by the Victorian teaching profession. It identifies a set of principles, which describe the professional conduct, personal conduct and professional competence expected of a teacher by their colleagues and the community
shoaibhashmi

TeamViewer 10 Crack License Code+Serial Keygen Premium - 0 views

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    TeamViewer 10 Crack License Code+Serial Keygen Premium Edition is newest as well as amazing software regarding consumers it's very valuable software. It's
Roland Gesthuizen

The Great Victorian Coding Challenge - 4 views

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    Students and teachers alike are encouraged to take part in The Great Victorian Coding Challenge in the lead-up to Education Week this year.
John Pearce

YouTube - Black & White and Scanned All Over - 4 views

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    "This video illustrates how we are using QR Codes to enhance learning opportunities for our students at McGuffey School District in Claysville, PA."
John Pearce

ChartTool - create nice looking charts with Image Charts! - 6 views

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    This neat tool from Google, ChartTool is a simple-to-use chart-making service that lets you simply paste in your data and play around with how it looks. It's never been easier to whip up charts that are actually easy to use and update. In fact, embedding these charts on web pages is quite simple thanks to the embed API. You can even make QR codes in just a few seconds and quickly get an embed code to add it to your website. While ChartTool does not create as many of those fancy 3-D charts that Excel does (it still makes quite a few), it likely will be able to in the future. However, if you're in a rush and need to whip up some exact charts without all the fluff, this is the tool for you.
John Pearce

Stupeflix - Video creation made easy - 0 views

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    Stupeflix is another one of those online apps/spaces that enable you to create slideshows using images from online or your camera to which you can add a soundtrack. The big difference with this one is that you can actually download the "movie" to your own computer either as an mp4 or flash file. You can also select to group images so that they have the same transition. This also enables you to add soundtracks specific to each group. The only downside is that there is no direct embed code, instead you have to upload the movie to a thrid party site such as TeacherTube and then use this code to embed it as below.
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