I'm awaiting the day that Google has functions to generate QR codes for all items in a folder. I've been making QR codes the long way (one by one through QR Generator). I began wondering if there was a faster way I could do it, as I'm making lists of words for students to access online. So, I got Googling and this way seems sufficiently faster than the old individual QR code generator.
Click here: Bulk QR Generator
The only issue is that the QR codes are not labelled. Maybe there is a different website out there to do this function too? But for now, this website is free and functioning okay for what I need.
- Miss Dodds
Ever since my second year of teaching, I have been really into displaying the Curriculum links, learning objectives and student work via QR Codes on the wall, next to the work which students have complete. The reason for doing so, is that it is a reflective practice for myself, it advises parents or observers of what the students were expected to do, and now being in a technology enhanced environment gives access to the work which students have created digitally.
Old fashioned teaching and learning has a time and place still in the classroom. However, our students are growing up in a world immersed in technology. Not only do we need to provide them with skills to cope in this growing tech-filled environment, but we can also enhance their ability to learn content through creative, digital formats.