Meet Glasmont Academy
Glasmont Academy isn’t actually a real educational institution but it could be your high school or university. Incorporating QR Codes into teaching and learning transforms an otherwise dull classroom into a dynamic, more responsive environment. QR Codes make it easier for your students to access a library of information that supplements their standard curriculum and foster collaborative interaction. Check out these creative ways to use QR Codes for educational purposes and learn how you can do the same.
vCard Plus QR Code
Expand your networking opportunities
Simplify the way you network with other teachers or students by adding the vCard Plus QR Code to your name tag. Whenever somebody scans your QR Code at an event, they can immediately save your contact details to their address book on their smartphone without the need to actually type your name or number. This way, students, parents and other faculty members can easily connect with you.Learn more
Event QR Code
Promote your events conveniently
Make it easy for your students to access all the important information of upcoming events by adding an Event QR Code on banners or posters. It is a convenient way to get all the details with a single scan. You can easily customize the QR Code and include the date, time, address, a contact person, or description of your upcoming field trip while students have the option to save the event on their smartphone calendar and look up details any time.Learn more
PDF QR Code
Help your students to be more prepared
Print a PDF QR Code on your syllabus to let your students know what book and other tools they need for your class. Students can scan the QR Code to save the syllabus to their smartphones so they can have a digital version of it, share the document with fellow students and have it always ready in case they need to look up anything. Plus, if the information on your PDF changes, you can always upload a new one any time without having to create a different QR Code.Learn more
Video QR Code
Introduce yourself with videos
A Video QR Code on your office door sign can help your students get to know you even before your first class or seminar. With a single scan, they can learn about your focus areas, how you like to structure your classes and lectures, and how to reach you when you are out of office. An introductory video will make it easier for students to decide on the teacher or lecturer to sign up for in the upcoming school year or semester.Learn more
MP3 QR Code
Turn printed words into audio
Not everyone retains information by reading. So by implementing MP3 QR Codes in your teaching materials, you let students choose whether they like to read or listen. You can also add additional learning material such as a podcast so they can learn more about a topic. This way, everyone gets a fair chance at learning and it also broadens your teaching method. Upon scanning, the Code redirects to a customizable MP3 player with a customizable button that you can link to more materials online.Learn more
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