In 2011, as we marked ten years since the attacks, I created a collection of resources about September 11th. I generated a QR code for each resource and posted them on a wall outside my classroom. I shared the page of QR codes on several teacher sites, but I never actually blogged about it here.
As all things internet do, the links went bad over time. Today I cleaned it up. Most of the resources still exist, but their links had changed ever so slightly. A few are gone and I replaced them with others. (Note: I teach at a high school. Some of these links might be too much for younger students to process.)
Keeping this current will be an ongoing challenge and I know there are helpful resources I have missed. Feel free to add a comment about what you think I should include in the next version.
I'm sharing this resource as a "view only" Google Doc. You can use File>Make a copy to get your own version if you need to make edits for your students. SEPTEMBER 11th QR CODE MUSEUM
Feedback is appreciated, but I just spent over an hour getting this resource updated and in a fit state to share with you all, so if you find something wrong, say it gently.
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