From the Principal's Office: QR Codes in the Math Classroom
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March 16, 2014 By: Eric Sheninger
In Mrs. Chellani’s continual efforts to create an engaging learning experience for her students, she has found utilizing QR codes to facilitate collaboration to be highly beneficial. In order to review material discussed in an assigned video and in class in her Pre-Calculus and Calculus courses, she created QR codes with relevant questions on the material and its applications. Students were placed in groups of four to five and, using a QR reader app on their phone, were able to view the question. Once the students worked on the problem together, they would confirm the result with Mrs. Chellani. When the solution was correct, they would be given the next QR code (i.e. question). The level of engagement increased dramatically with the use of QR codes and simply allowing students to utilize their cell phones in the learning process!
Image credit: http://www.youngupstarts.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/QR-Code.jpg
Mrs. Chellani has been a pioneer in flipping her classes
at New Milford High School where her tools of choice have been Adobe Captivate and Edmodo. Be sure to check out her class website at Learn Math Easily
. In addition to the interactive videos she has created to flip her class, you will also find case studies and online resources on her site.
cross-posted on A Principal's Reflections
Eric Sheninger is a NASSP Digital Principal Award winner (2012), PDK Emerging Leader Award recipient (2012), winner of Learning Forward's Excellence in Professional Practice Award (2012) and co-author of Communicating and Connecting With Social Media: Essentials for Principals and What Principals Need to Know About Teaching and Learning Science. He presents and speaks nationally to assist other school leaders in effectively using technology. His blog, A Principal's Reflections, was selected as Best School Administrator Blog in 2011 by Edublogs.