LaTonya Taylor-Rowe – ARI Innovation Mini Grant and STEM Grant Recipient

LaTonya Taylor-Rowe – ARI Innovation Mini Grant and STEM Grant Recipient

Biography

You see them every where these days: on the back of your favorite cereal box,on manuals,even on your store receipts. However, we are not certain how students use these little black squares.QR codes,or Quick Response Codes, are two-dimensional barcodes generated by my students to enhance individual school projects, assist with homework assignments, and give detailed directions for classroom assignments. QR codes are also helpful to parents when explaining new concepts to their child in a home setting. Students utilize iPads to read QR codes as needed to complete classroom assignments. Students also use the iPad to view student projects on display in the hallway or classroom. Visit this session as I share creative ways to incorporate QR Codes to enhance your content.

Grade 4- Math
Highland Elementary, Johnson County Project: Q and R Codes in Education ARI Innovations Mini Grant Recipient