Today, I am going to talk about Kaywa, a free site that you can use to generate and print a QR code for use in a session.
Kaywa is simple to use. You can type or cut/paste a website URL (address) and create a code that, when scanned, will open the web browser on the device (smartphone, iPod Touch, iPad) or you can enter a short piece of text (e.g. a word with a target sound, vocab word or definition, contextual info, or a strategy you want the student to use).
|Here’s your code! Click on it and you will see it by itself on a page in printable form.|
(This post originally appeared on SpeechTechie)
Sean J. Sweeney, MS, MEd, CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist and instructional technology specialist working in the public school and in private practice at The Ely Center in Newton, Massachusetts. He consults on the topic of technology integration in speech and language and is the author of the blog SpeechTechie: Looking at Technology Through a Language Lens.