Saturday, October 6, 2012

Check Your Answers with QR Codes

Grab all the pieces of this Problem Solving Place Bulletin Board FREE from Raki's Rad Resources' Teachers Pay Teachers Store.I love when technology makes my life easier!  I have I developed a program called Problem Solving Path.  This is our Problem Solving Path Bulletin Board. (You can grab all the pieces free in the Problem Solving Place Bulletin Board Kit on Teachers Pay Teachers store. ) The bulletin board contains 10 “stores”:  post office, pizzeria, supermarket, hardware store, police station, train station, elementary school, pharmacy, book store and bakery.  Each poster also includes a QR code.  My students work through the problems in their Problem Solving Path Math Grab all the pieces of this Problem Solving Place Bulletin Board FREE from Raki's Rad Resources' Teachers Pay Teachers Store.Journal. (You can download one of these for free from my Teachers Pay Teachers store too.) When they are done, they scan the QR code with our class IPad and go to the Problem Solving Path Website that I created for them.  On this website, they can click on the appropriate problem and voila, there is the answer and an explanation for them.  A system like this takes a little time to set up, but the amount of time it saves me in the classroom, and the independence it gives my students is so worth it!
How do you use QR codes in your classroom?

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1 comment:

  1. Heidi...what a great idea. I love your use of a town with QR Codes. I will definitely have to try it, maybe with different pirate ships and the QR codes as the flags.

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