Are you looking for QR code apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
OoGali– OoGla provides you with a smoother, more efficient way to collect data for the price of less than a ream of paper. It records student behavior automatically, in real time using innovations such as QR codes and mobile technology so that you do not have to even look at your device. Guide your students by spending quality time interacting with them instead of focusing on your record book or your device. OoGalidoes one thing, which is to record behavior (good or bad). You decide what you make of it.
QR Treasure Hunt Generator– This app is designed for teachers who want to make their students move around while having fun with the learning process. This app requires no Internet connection. Teachers can input a vast amount of questions and answers into the app, which in turn generates a QR code for each item. The QR code can be pasted anywhere for students to find, students with the most correct answers to the questions they find win.
QR Wild– This is a QR Scavenger Hunt game. With this app, anyone can create scavenger hunts by generating QR codes that can be pasted in the real world or on the web. The game uses a point system based on the QR codes found. QR codes can also serve as hints for finding other hidden QR codes. You can sync the app to your social media account for easy sharing with friends and family.