Would you like to download a free app to scan QR codes, but want to avoid pesky advertisements? Look no further! I-nigma is a free QR code scanner app, that’s also completely ad-free.
Over 200 million people use an I-nigma app to read, create, and share QR codes. It’s a simple app with many uses, and especially great for the classroom because 1) it’s free and 2) it’s advertisement free.
Want to learn more about using QR codes in your classroom? Here are a couple articles and on-demand courses you’ll be interested in:
15 Free Mobile Apps for Collaborative Projects – Join Naomi Harm in this 30 minute online course as she shares 15 free mobile apps that allow students to engage in digital projects. Naomi showcases a variety of activities that you can include in your classroom tomorrow, including QR codes, class eBooks, augmented reality, selfie stick projects, and more.
Differentiate Instruction and Energize Lessons with QR Codes – In this 30 minute online course, join Monica Burns as she introduces you to QR codes and discusses how to create QR codes, how to access them using mobile devices, and how to manage a classroom of enthusiastic students engaged in active learning with QR codes.
6 Fun Activities To Do With QR Codes – Take a look at this article for a few of our favorite ways to integrate QR codes in your classroom, and get your students interacting with your lessons.
Kimber Thompson is a Lead Moderator for SimpleK12 webinars and a Contributing Editor for SimpleK12.com. She writes frequently about education topics, and is passionate about tools and techniques that inspire young learners. You may reach her with ideas and comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.