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Monday, September 16 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Using QR Codes Effectively in the Educational Setting

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Quick Response (QR) codes are becoming more and more popular in the educational setting. The presenter of this session will show the participants how easy it is to read and create your own QR codes for creating various activities. The participants will be provided with multiple ideas for how to use QR codes including scavenger hunts, homework help, book reviews, newsletters, and a fabulous time saver of creating a “Me Code” where you can put your contact details in a QR Code to post outside your classroom/office door. All the demonstrated apps are free and can be adapted for use in all grade levels and subject areas. Before you attend this session, please download i-nigma for your iOS or Android device. This session is for all levels of expertise.

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Helen Crompton

Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology & ISTE Faculty Member, Old Dominion University & ISTE
Helen Crompton is a highly experienced presenter, author, and educator in the field of educational technology. Crompton draws from 20 years in education, with 16 of those years as a full time classroom teacher in grades K-10 and as a technology coordinator. With a PhD in Educational Technology and Mathematics, she holds the position of Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology at Old Dominion University VA. Crompton has presented at... Read More →


Monday September 16, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Murphey