Once you get a hang of the process, creating QR codes to access student recordings is fairly straight forward and students can quickly learn to do it themselves. There are multiple ways to use QR codes in the foreign language classroom (look for an upcoming post).
One thing I like to do is make the codes available to parents so that they can listen to their kids speaking the language. For example, I made this bulletin board interactive so that the students voices can be heard reading their writing assignment. All it takes is a QR reading app on a smartphone to quickly and instantly hear the student’s voice.
Record on Recording Lite or Audio Record (both available for free app)
1.Click on recording button
2.Select file type MP3/AAC/CAF/Wav
3.Once you click on the selected style the device will start to record
4.Click pause to either pause the recording before resuming or click stop when done.
5.Click on the list button on the bottom right this will open up your list of recordings.
6.To rename a file press the (i) on the right, input a new name and press OK
7.You can then export your file to the Camera Roll, send it in an email, or move to iCloud. Be sure to have an email account set up on the device that you are using. I always email the audio to myself.
Y0u can use Google drive to upload the audio files or Dropbox . These directions use Dropbox, but he Google drive works the same way. Create a folder for the audio. Drag the audio files from email into the dropbox folder.
Generate a QR link. Use http://www.qrstuff.com/
Paste the URL into the box and QR code will generate to the right. You can download the image or copy the image from the screen.