I am pleased to be presenting at the BYTE (Build Your Teaching Experience) Conference in Brandon, MB this month. This post reviews what I plan to share at the conference and includes links to the resources.
The resources that I have created are stored on my Google Drive, and includes the listening centre, reflection cubes, recipe self-checking task cards, French vocabulary flashcards, Making 10 Centre, Dinosaurs Before Dark bookmarks, and project booklets for Egypt, The Arctic and Vikings. Here is the link to access them: Google Drive.
The QR Code scanners I like to use are i-nigma and QR Reader. Both of these apps are free and available for iOS as well as Android.
The sites I like to use for creating QR Codes include Goqr (my personal favourite), Qrstuff and Chirbit (Chirbit is also available as an app). Bingo Baker is a great website for creating your own Bingo games, complete with QR Codes to access with iPads!
Ideas for using the QR Codes in the classroom:
I plan to share some freebies at the conference as well. Here are links to those:
Lines and Angles Scavenger Hunt
Base 10 Blocks Scavenger Hunt
QR Code Adventure: Sharks Listening Centre
QR Code Contractions