Think of Zappar like an advanced QR code...use them on resources to encourage independent learning and research, Zappar is a scanning app which is free to download, you can then scan a pre-populated 'Zapcode' and features will appear around the code such as videos, web links, albums, documents, contact details etc. In order to build Zapcodes you do need to buy a license on their site but I personally think it is well worth it in order to modernise resources and teaching activities.
Use Jamble50 design resource as a class or extension activity. Demonstrations of the techniques will be behind each zap code to encourage interactivity.
These strips have been designed as a template in order to continue to add content for different manufacturing techniques. They can be used with pupils and staff in order to learn new skills in the new multi-discipline GCSE. The codes can be printed as stickers to feature on the machine itself or you can display a poster that features the key info and code.
Attach a code to a product and record video responses that constructively criticise or test the product.
Use zap codes for homework and research tasks. Save examples of coursework and homework responses behind a code.