Help Me Stickers.jpg
Template compliments of Avery. Templates are available online at
Station 1: Quick Response Codes (QR Codes)

QR Reader for Mac:
QR Reader for Android:
QR Generators:
  1. Scan the QR codes provided. QR Readers are available for all smart phones.
  2. Preview these sites and find a video that you would want to share with your future students. You can use the drop down menu at the top to look through the bookmarked sites.
  3. Use one of the following QR code generator sites to create a QR code.
  4. Drag or copy the image and save it to the desktop with a memorable name.
  5. Download the and make your own "Help Me" stickers by dragging in your new QR code. See the example for what the finished product would look like.
  6. Save the template and print out in the fall for kids that are struggling.

socrative.jpgStation 2: Socrative Student Response System

Get the App (Teacher):
Get the App (Student):
Join a Room (Student):
*App Available in both the iTunes App Store and the Android Market for FREE**
  1. Download Socrative Student Clicker and Socrative Teacher. Available on all Droid and Apple products or go to this site.
  2. Click “Student Log In”
  3. Room #: Krambeck
  4. Complete the pre-made quiz. Teachers can make pre-made quizzes or students can participate in improv discussions within the classroom by answering short answer, multiple choice, and true/false questions.
  5. Set up your own teacher account at (it takes about 2 minutes)
  6. Edit your profile and change your room number to your last name or a word that is easy to remember.
  7. Create your own questions and play around with the software.


Station 3: Web 2.0 Tools Browsing

  1. Use a computer and browse the sites for ideas and interactive tools online. These are located at ****
  2. Some sites are highlighted on the wikispace, others are pretty fun to play around with without instruction. Take some time to investigate the 18 sites available.

Station 4: Show Me: Step by Step Instructions

Get the App:!/id436114747?mt=8
*App Available in the iTunes App Store for $1.99

  1. On the iPad select the icon “Show Me.” If you have trouble finger to the left and the search screen will appear.
  2. Choose one of the four options for completing a Show Me.
      • Press the red button. Explain order of operations. By completing the sample problem 2 (4+3)+ 2^2. Complete the problem.
      • Search the web for an appropriate picture that would capture the meaning of the word “accelerate”. Press the red button and for 1 minute take turns brainstorming synonyms. Then, press the pause button. Switch colors and brainstorm antonyms for one minute.
      • Find a picture of the Earth’s layers. Press the red button. Explain each layer and add notes using the colors provided.
      • Upload a picture of an instrument and a line of music. Press the red button and explain the fingering.
      • Write a sentence in a foreign language. Press the red button and explain the translation of the sentence.
  3. Save the Show Me titled as you and your partners' names and upload it to the site by pressing the cloud button and share with the world.

Station 5: Aurasma: Creating a Virtual World
Scan this image with the application Aurasma!

Get the App:
  1. Open the Aurasma Application
  2. Try scanning the photo to the right. An "Aura" should pop up. This may take some time. As long as the "Loading" image appears you are good to go. Aura's work on recognizing images. The more detailed the better.
  3. Scan one of the four books available with the application. The image should "change." Watch the example.
  4. Time to make your own. Grab a book you have read from Julie’s room. If you can’t find one you have read just grab any of the one’s available.
  5. Using the Camera application on your phone or iPad take a short video explaining the book. If you can’t remember you may want to read the back of the book. Save the video to your camera roll (this should happen automatically).
  6. In Aurasma take a picture of the book.
  7. Select the video you have made. It may take a few seconds to upload.
  8. Try it out. Hover over your book jacket. The video should appear.
  9. This is great for students to recommend or review books to one another in a classroom library or in the media center of your school.

stomo.jpgStation 6: Sto Mo: Creating Stop Motion Movies

Get the App:
  • Watch a few stop motion movies online to get ideas here.
  • Choose a topic/concept from the bowl and try to illustrate it through stop motion. It's harder than it looks!
  • Use the objects provided (whiteboard, markers, clay, etc.) to create your own video.