Share Student Work with Other Classes or Parents Using QR Codes.

Online student projects can often contain good information that you might want to share outside of the classroom. But how can you easily share the information from student projects? In this 3-Minute Problem Solver, SimpleK12’s Teacher Learning Community Presenter, Monica Burns, shares ways you can use QR codes to share student work.

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In the brief video above, Monica shares a couple of tools she uses to share student work and creations that are published online to a link. Kaywa QR code generator is a free resource that allows teachers and students to create QR codes for any website link. As Monica mentions, students can create projects on sites like ThingLink and Adobe Spark (previously Adobe Voice and Slate). Teachers can then grab the link to their project and create a custom QR Code that they can print out. These codes can be placed on bulletins in the classroom or in the hallway of the school so other students can access and enjoy them. Teachers can also create folders to keep track of their students work or to send home to their parents. To access the websites from a QR code, simply download a QR scanner, such as i-nigma, that can be used on any device.

How have you shared student work or have used QR Codes in your classroom? Let us know in the comments below.

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If you're interested in finding out more about projects you can create with QR Codes, check out this article.

About Our “How to Create Newsletters” Presenter   
Monica Burns is an Education Consultant, EdTech Blogger, and Apple Distinguished Educator. Monica works with teachers to make technology integration exciting and accessible at all grade levels. She has conducted well over 40 unique training sessions for SimpleK12, click here to take a look at more videos from Monica.

About the Author
Carolina Fransen is the EdTech Apps and Tools Editor at SimpleK12.com. She writes regularly about the use of educational technology in K-12 classrooms. If you have an app, tool, website, or service that you think we should know about, please send your information or tip to editor@simplek12.com