Count how many laps each of your students has run and automatically calculate the total distance. Export the results.
Everything happens without a single click and without entering a single name! The app counts how often a QR code is shown. The students have their QR code scanned after each round. Enter a lap length and the app automatically calculates the total distance run and creates a ranking list. This can be exported as a .csv file for further processing.
This app is based on the popular QR Counter and has been adapted to the wishes of sports teachers. The highlights are the automatic distance calculation, the prevention of cheating and the acoustic lap counter.
-> NO CLICKS
-> NO TYPING OF NAMES
-> GET A RANKING
-> SAVE AUTOMATICALLY
Close the app and work on the same data the next day. All data is saved automatically.
-> MANUAL INTERVENTION
Change the result by swiping right to add 1 point. Swipe left to remove 1 point. If there is a person without QR code, it is possible to manually add a counter.
-> SELECT THE UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
miles, yards, feets, kilometers
-> AUDIO FEEDBACK
The app calls the number of running laps after each scan.
-> CHANGE CAMERA
Choose between front or back camera.
-> NO CHEATING POSSIBLE
After each scan, the code is locked for 10 seconds.
-> MISSING QR CODE?
It's possible to add a counter manually. Just type in the name and click the add button.
Tip for maximum performance: Use any smartphone for up to 12 students. This avoids traffic jams.
-> CREATE MULTIPLE QR CODES ONLINE AT http://www.teaching-apps.com
Simply type in all names/items at once and get multiple QR codes in a PDF, which you can then print and save. It couldn’t be any easier! Each QR code is embedded in a student ID card in a credit-card size. These cards can be used for different apps and uses.
Ratings and Reviews
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You need to combine this with the stopwatch...I need to be able to keep track of laps/distance and time for my PE classes.
Paid and downloaded, nice concept except that it does not scan codes quickly. I found that you have to have the QR code completely still and centered on the scanner which is hard for my younger students. This slows down the running times and students get back up at the scanning station. At this point it is not useful for me in the class room.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.