QR-code project integrates technology into the creative process

10/17/2013 | Peninsula Gateway (Gig Harbor, Wash.), The

Teresa Butler, a fourth-grade teacher at Artondale Elementary School in Washington state, is using QR codes and a single classroom iPad to engage students in the creative process and learning through technology. Students use the iPad to access book reviews they have recorded and linked to QR codes displayed with their pictures on a bulletin board. "I want my students not to just be excited about using technology, but to begin to see themselves as being able to take part in the creative process as they extend existing ideas with technology," Butler said.

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