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Roots Executive Director Discussing QR Code Use

Roots ED and Founder, Jonathan Hanover, discusses how QR codes are used to help students move from one learning activity to another.

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Transcript: Jon Hanover: Then, we have a third little web app that we built for teachers on the backend that shows you at any given time where every scholar is supposed to be. And when scholars get to wherever they're going, they scan in on a QR code, and so that that app on the backend can show who – which scholars have scanned in to the right place, which scholars have scanned in to the wrong place, or haven't scanned in yet so that teachers can follow up and make sure everybody gets to where they need to be.

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