Adventures in the QR land


I have really enjoyed this recent article from the Modern English Teacher. David Dodgson describes how QR codes can be used in the classroom for ‘choose your adventure’ stories: create a simple story with a few branching pathways, encode each section in QR, print the codes and stick them to the walls for the students to decode with their devices. He also explains why the activity is worth it, which is not something you read often!

Have you ever tried QR codes? What did you encode, and was it worth your time?


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