• Post codes in strategic places
around the school or include in
parent/community newsletters to
spread the word about great things
happening at your school.
• Have students create QR codes linked
to associated content to enrich their
own presentations (book reports,
murals, dioramas) with QR codes.
• You can also use QR codes for
professional development. At the
Northwest Council for Computer
Education (NCCE) 2011 conference
in Portland, Oregon, last March,
organizers posted QR codes at the
door to each workshop and session
with a link to electronic handouts
and additional resources.
QR codes may prove to be particularly valuable for schools because
educators can incorporate them into
printed handouts, allowing kids to access information, watch videos, or get
extra help outside the classroom. Instead of banning student cell phones
in school, let’s use them to enrich
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