Lea Mussini - Counselor, Fort Garrison Elementary
Last week in Stacy Crain's 2nd grade class at Fort Garrison Elementary students learned how to use the QR reader on their devices during a writing activity. One student, Ben Rozencwaig, was so inspired he went home and made his own QR code. The next day students were able to scan it in class and read about the Orioles.
Here is Ben's reflection on his experience:
None of us had our very own computer before. We were learning about it, and Mrs. Crain showed us her QR Code. I thought this was really cool. So I went home, and I thought about what I could do for a QR code. I’ve been thinking a lot about the Orioles and the playoffs so I thought that I could do a QR code about the Orioles because I am so proud of them for making the playoffs. It was very exciting for me because we haven’t won the World Series in a really long time. It was a good way for me to express my feelings about being proud of the Orioles! The QR code is really cool and interesting to me. You can scan it and find out a lot of things about other people and things!