If working with younger students, you could place QR codes on objects with links to audio files that pronounce the item or to websites that give a name and definition or more information.
QR Code Materials:
Several teachers and SLPs have begun using QR codes in their materials. These can be found by searching for QR Codes on TpT. You can also add QR Codes to materials you have already made, including word, powerpoint, and other projects.
Social media links:
A great way to network with other SLPs, parents, and colleagues is to QR code your e-mail, twitter, address, blog, etc. This can be added to business cards, e-mails, websites, etc.
Be creative and include your students. How else do you use QR Codes? I’d love to add your suggestion to this post (with your permission!).
(Try it out – Use this purple QR Code to send others to this post!)