Capture your students’ musical creativity and share it with your school community by creating an interactive display. In this episode – part one of a two-part series – I talk about the ways you can use QR codes to add an audio-based element to bulletin boards, posters and worksheets.
Listen to the episode here (or on your favourite podcast app):
- What is a QR code?
- How can you use them to create an interactive display?
- What are some examples of use in music education?
- How do you scan a QR code and which app should you use?
- How do you create your own QR codes?
- Further uses of QR codes in music
Items mentioned in this episode
- QR code reader app (use to scan QR codes): I use the i-nigma QR code reader but there are many others (just search QR code reader). Find it here for iOS devices and here for Android devices
- QR code generator website: QR Stuff
- The Music Tech Bootcamp – Essential Skills for Music Teachers course is coming soon for members of the Midnight Music Community
Midnight Music Community: special rate for MTT podcast listeners
The Midnight Music Community (MMC) is an online space for music teachers interested in learning more about music technology. There are online courses, lesson plans and lots of other resources for Chromebooks, iPads, Macs and PCs. Professional development certificates are available for all training undertaken by MMC members and I am in the Community everyday, personally answering questions and offering advice to members.
Did you enjoy today’s episode? Here’s how YOU can help
If you enjoyed today’s show, please share it with your friends and colleagues. It really helps to get the word out about the show.
I would also be so happy if you would consider taking a couple of minutes to leave an honest review and rating for the podcast on iTunes. Reviews are extremely helpful when it comes to show’s ranking and I read every single one of them personally!
Lastly, don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast, to get automatic updates every time a new episode goes live.