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🌎Kristina A. Holzweiss #HackingSchoolLibraries⭐ Nov 7
Create a cube: 1. Download QR codes for your projects. Use if needed. 2. Go to . 3. Replace content with your QR codes. 4. Save your cube. 5. Share the link. 6. magic!
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Andi McNair 15h
Didn’t have time to make a positive ☎️ call home? 💚 Record a positive message using Shorts on dashboard. 💚 Print out the QR code and slide it into a badge holder necklace. 💚 Send the necklace home with a new learner each day.
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Janelle Safford 11h
Using to help our primary learners practice reading sight words with the feature.😊
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𝔸𝕟𝕕𝕪 𝕂𝕟𝕦𝕖𝕧𝕖𝕟 🚦 Nov 8
On this presenting with the “WHOA” responses 😯 were fantastic! 🥰💚 Hearing one person entering & seeing this say they had no idea had an app & this was possible, I knew minds were going to be blown 🤯 & ✨M✨A✨G✨I✨C✨ made!
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Carolyn French Nov 14
Such a cool project from and the third grade team! Scan the right hand to hear a story written in English. Scan the left hand to hear a story written in Chinese. Love this showcase of our students’ bilingual writing skills!
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Brittany Lessman 40m
Students used codes that take them to videos about different principles. As groups they answered questions and made graffiti walls that represented their principles.
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Christina Jackson Nov 14
Adding another layer to a digital yearbook? Sharing messages virtually!
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Jennifer Mahin Nov 7
Here’s how I’m using to help with my stations today. Students can scan the codes to get directions while I’m working with other groups! Ignore the heat blowing away my QR codes 🤣🤖
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Kathi Kersznowski Nov 9
Take your to a whole new level with ! Keep watching for posts from my webinar..I’ll post individual slides so you can collect the whole series!
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Heidi Trude Nov 11
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Jacob Ryckman Nov 13
This is a super cool way to use to give students some control of their learning! I definitely want to try this out.
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🌎Kristina A. Holzweiss #HackingSchoolLibraries⭐ Nov 10
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Brittany Lessman 2h
Using to give instruction for the day. Students will rotate through stations of the 7 principles of government with activities that go with each video.
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Kathi Kersznowski Nov 11
Any card is more special when it has a video message!💕Add a lil’ AR & make it an xtra special kind of pop-up cARd! Thx to for the inspiration! Keep 👀 for posts from my webinar..I’ll post individual slides so you can collect the whole series!
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Kathi Kersznowski Nov 13
Use with students or your own family to make heartfelt holiday placecARds...then make those video messages really pop by scanning with the Flipgrid app to view in augmented reality! 🦃 🎅🏼 Keep watching the hashtag for more slides & ideas from my webinar!
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Heather Ichiyen Nov 13
Trying out to showcase our learning about the physical regions of Canada. How does your hockey jersey represent the region? Why did you choose the colours you used?
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Jillian Wetzel Nov 13
Getting Ts ready to play & design a 🔎 using a video to explain what a is & how they engage students in learning 🗣
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Joe Merrill  Nov 11
When you can bring the feelings behind writing to life, it’s something pretty special. ❤️ Check out an example from my First Graders as they show their appreciation for Veterans. 🇺🇸
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Mrs. EBowling 2h
Love this feature and can’t wait to try it! Thanks for sharing !
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Jon Markowich 20h
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