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Session Descriptions: Day 2 PM Block: Achilli

  • Session presenters, offerings, locations, and/or schedule are subject to change
  • In some cases, target audiences have been identified, but all sessions are open to everyone

QR What? Implementing QR Codes into Everyday Lessons
August 9, 1:50-2:30pm

Dr. Dayna M. Achilli, Teacher, Bristol-Warren Regional School District

  • ELA, Technology, 5-8
  • Audience cap: 26
  • Participant devices (tablet, iPad, laptop) are recommended for this session but not required

The session will begin with a brief explanation of QR codes, websites that can create QR codes, and apps that read these black and white squares. The presenter will then share examples of how she has used these in her ELA classroom (these ideas can be used in different subjects and grades). The final segment of the session will be for teachers to brainstorm and share how QR codes can be implemented into already existing lessons or used to create a new learning activity.

Dr. Dayna Achilli has been a middle school teacher for over 20 years. As a teacher at Kickemuit Middle School in Warren, she has taught 6th, 7th, and 8th grades; English, Social Studies, Science, and a Math intervention class. She currently is teaching English to one of KMS's looping teams. Her school is in the process of a one-to-one Chromebook initiative and she is excitedly reviewing her curriculum to digitize it and use the technology to engage students.

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