Scan & Learn: QR Codes Elevate Educational Experiences
What Schools Are Doing With QR Codes
Schools are recognising the opportunity Augmented Reality can create to drive deeper engagement and communicate with a generation of learners via technology that they have come to trust and enjoy interacting with.
Here are some of the ways MyDiary augments your School diaries.
Mary MacKillop Nundah QLD
Incorporated a weekly QR code in their student diary for the latest events and activities. This approach enabled the school to send the diary for early printing (benefiting from our early printing discount), and overcome the challenge of outdated events, which was particularly crucial during the uncertainties of COVID-19.
John Paul College, Daisy Hill QLD
Integrated a QR code for their JPC Values Form, offering an environmentally-friendly alternative and engaging diary experience during the first week of school. This approach reduces paper usage and prevents forms from being misplaced during the student-to-parent journey.
Radford College, Bruce ACT
Cleverly utilised a QR code in their student diary to provide concise uniform information, with a link to the full details on their website. This cost-effective approach allows schools to keep print expenses low and ensures information remains up-to-date at all times.
Wellbeing & Mindset initiative incorporated a QR code in their student diary to link to a video on Growth Mindset, offering an engaging and interactive educational experience.