Happy Tech Tip Tuesday!
Hope you’re having a great week and remembered your boots today. This week’s tip is all about QR Codes, I really feel like the possibilities are endless and we can do some really fun and educational things with them.
QR Codes are evolving around us in so many industries and it’s a great way to get information or share it.
I have linked some resources for you to look through of ways you can put QR Codes into your classroom or building.
HERE is a General Presentation on the fundamentals of QR Codes for you to check out.
If added some additional resources links that I found for ideas of how to use them in education.
Also…. I heard the list of 25 Things Turning 25 years old in 2017 his on the radio this morning on my way to work and thought I would share! Click HERE for the whole article.
The Text Message is one of them!
On December 3, 1992, 22-year-old engineer Neil Papworth sent the first text message over a cellular network. He used a computer connected to the Vodafone GSM network to send the message to Vodafone director Richard Jarvis’s Orbitel 901 mobile phone (which was gigantic, but technically “mobile” by 1992 standards). The message read: “Merry Christmas.” Why the early Christmas greeting? Jarvis was at a Christmas party at the time.
I found some great resources and compiled them throughout the article. I didn’t create everything and give credit to all the wonderful tools that have been created by other people!
Have a great rest of your week!