Examples of QR codes
The following two-dimensional code application examples apply to
schools and universities. Teachers can use QR codes to enhance
classroom interaction in tutoring or extracurricular practices.
Here are a few simple examples of applying QR codes before, during, and after school.
Use the QR code to activate the classroom atmosphere.
Teachers can place a QR code connected to teaching content on a slide of PPT, PDF, and students can take out their mobile phones to scan. This method can increase classroom interaction, adjust the classroom atmosphere and allow students to get some information fun.
This approach seems to be very useful for students. The atmosphere in class is much more vibrant.
Teachers can paste a QR code somewhere in the classroom, and students can scan and open learning materials. These learning materials are preferably multimedia information that can hold students' attention.
Teachers can also put information about subject tests, assessment methods, and related learning materials on the Internet.
Expand mind through QR codes.
Since students are more likely to use cell phones outside of the classroom, QR codes can also play a significant role in students' extracurricular activities and homework.
QR code and homework
A math or physics teacher can generate answers to a student assignment into a QR code, and once the student completes the work outside of class, scan the QR code to check the answer. Alternatively, a chemistry or biology teacher can make experiment videos (on the Internet, or record yourself and upload them to the Internet) into two-dimensional code. Students can scan the two-dimensional code while preparing or review it after class.
In addition, teachers may assign some extracurricular and extension assignments that students must complete. Students who want to expand their knowledge further can scan the QR code provided by the teacher for further study. These students can scan the QR code for additional study resources if they still have time after completing the required homework. Students who do not have spare time to expand their knowledge can also save the QR code and study it later. In addition, students can also convert text messages into QR codes.
For example, primary school teachers in Australia asked students to generate a QR code from their extracurricular observations and post the QR code on the classroom information wall so students could scan the QR code to share their observation log.
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