Create QR Codes - a real time saver for students with cameras on their mobile learning devices
A QR (Quick Response) code is a smartphone readable bar code that can store website URLs, plain text,
phone numbers, email addresses and pretty much any other alphanumeric data.
Here is an example of a QR code for a homework assignment:

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Watch the YouTube video for extra help!
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Here are some websites where you can create QR codes - they are totally FREE!

20 BYOT Resources by Category - links to 20 great sites!

DragonBox - sneakily teach algebra to kids, priced low!
  • Works on mobiles, tablets and desktops.
  • Currently supported on IOS, Android, PC and Mac.

Lure of the Labyrinth

iReady Ohio (fee-based)

Google Moderator (available to GAFE and private accounts)

SymbalooEDU - great way to share Web resources (add tiles that link to sites)

Today's Meet

AnswerGarden is a new minimalistic feedback tool. Use it as a tool for online brainstorming or embed it on your website or blog as a poll or guestbook.

Assessment Tools:
PollEverywhere (can even be used with feature (non-smart) phones

Socrative - use with any Internet-enabled device
Socrative Garden (all kind of Socrative resources)
Socrative Shared Quizzes
Socrative User Guide - downloadable - click below


Padlet (formally WallWisher)

Evernote -
  • Use app or web version to record audio
  • Use associated apps - Skitch, Penultimate, etc.
Watch the Haiku Deck video below to find what Evernote is all about!
Created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app for iPad