Media education: From passive consumers to active creators

The project aims at implementing media education at the secondary schools of five European countries while using hands-on approach as the main teaching method. Students will learn how to use simple media production technologies and techniques by creating media outputs in the form of videos, a joint newspaper, a website and counter advertisements on...

QR Codes

 QR codes, despite existing for quite long,  have recently come to the fore appearing everywhere in our lives, from marketing and product packaging to tickets and bus stops.

So what exactly are these strange little, two-dimensional images? What's their function? How can we read them? How could we possibly use them? What kind of information/messages do they carry? 



Your assignments before our meeting!

 You are invited to 

1. download a free QR code reader app for mobiles such as  i-nigma,  QR Code reader, UpCode reader or whatever!

ex. go to on your mobile phone. i-nigma will automatically identify your handset type, download and install i-nigma.

2. Tap on i-nigma (a camera is activated),  point to the QR code and this QR code. 

QR Code

3. Visit this qr code generator to do what the QR code above suggests, save it as png  and send us the image.  





You, teachers, have to find your own one! Have fun all together!

In-group Assignments
The Outcomes:  a rich collection!
It really seems you have enjoyed it, even "QR code reading" the evaluation forms!
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Author: Glykeria Gouvatsou
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