QR Codes are all the rage right now in education. When I was at NETA this year every other talk was about how they were using QR codes in the classroom. This is hopefully my last post about QR codes, but I found this one quite extraordinary!
This is a QR sculpture in which between 12 and 1 o'clock when the sun is hitting at the right angle, then the QR code reveals itself and then you scan the shadows with your smartphone QR scanner. I was wondering how hard it would be to build your own QR sculpture, or make an adjustable one where you could change your QR code for different websites for education.
Better question, what if your school had something like this outside their building where parents could scan the QR code from there car with information about the school such as closings or delays. Here is the video for the one in South Korea.
QR codes are a great way to get students interested in mathematics. At NETA I watched a presentation on how she used QR codes to do better on NESA math tests, which was a very interesting way of having the students get excited for testing.