Thursday, March 26, 2009

Update on QRcode Orienteering Project

I previously posted about Jarrod Robinson a physical education teacher from Australia, and his fantastic work with cell phones in learning. He recently posted this video showing his students participating in the QRcode project. He also describes how he set up and executed the project on his blog! Definitely inspiring...




Jarrod presents how he is using QRcodes to help his students study the different parts of the human skeleton.


3 comments:

Charlie Roy said...

Very cool post. Maybe I'll give my PE teacher a macbook after all.

from MaryLou said...

Very cool, for sure. Both the PE model and skeleton lesson are excellent ways to utilize the cell phones. I'm anxious to read more.

Emily said...

Very cool post.

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