Tammy shares her method for creating QR codes in the classroom in this blog entry. Please take the time to go to her blog, follow her and read this entry. She takes you step by step into the process of creating a QR code for any you tube video including your own student videos you record and upload to you tube. It is so easy. I used her method and template to create a power point QR code station for math and reading. Please feel free to download and use this freebie I created.
I hope this link gets you to her blog. It's Fun In First by Jodi Southard. She has a free download for a welcome back letter. She has a template for each grade level and the idea for using QR codes to let your students hear you read the welcome back letter. I love that idea. If you scan my QR code in my picture you will hear me read my welcome back letter. My son has several books where I recorded my voice reading the book to him. He still loves them. I have voice mails from my daddy who went to Heaven 5 years ago that I love to listen to. The precious sound of our voice is a precious gift.
Please leave me a comment about how you use QR codes in your classroom. If you have any problems creating your own codes or using the app I mentioned please leave a comment and I'll be glad to help you get started making your own QR code centers and projects.