# Tag Archives: QR codes

## Twitter Hodge-Podge

Lately, busy days lead to spits and spurts of reflection and PD rather than lengthy blog posts. I love this time of year – I feel like my students and I know each other well, and expectations are clear all … Continue reading

## Weird Stuff Kids Think

My Algebra students completed a cooperative quadratic QR-code walk-about type task the other day. They could work with a partner, use a graphing calculator, Desmos, the HMH Fuse app, their homework, notes… everything. They scanned various QR-codes, which revealed practice … Continue reading

## Exponents & Error Analysis

There aren’t many strategies that tell me more about student thinking than “error analysis” opportunities. When students “grade” another hypothetical student’s work, there’s something special about the experience – students’ senses are heightened. They’re on a quest for truth. They … Continue reading

## QR-Codes and Classroom Prizes – Fun, Novel, and Free!

A wacky schedule is looming, and not every class will meet this Wednesday. My clever student-teacher, Lauren, has decided to use the class periods we *will* meet with to design a little extra practice a-la Bingo games. Today over lunch, … Continue reading

## August Rush! Apps & More

No no… not the tear-jerker movie! For me “August Rush” is something that begins happening in my brain, truthfully in July, as the new school year quickly approaches. It’s that feeling that my brain never turns off. I’m not a … Continue reading

## Unitag Custom QR Codes

How fun! This QR code generator is going to add a whole new level of creativity and beauty to the QR codes I use, as well as those generated by my students. Here is one I just … Continue reading

## iPad and thatquiz and QR Codes, Oh My!

Formative assessment – what a wonderful idea, but one that is not always easy to implement. Well, today I feel like I had a formative breakthrough! When my students were done with a unit test today, I projected a QR … Continue reading