A public high school teacher in Cavite has come up with a new way to maximize today’s technology in school. Michael Angelo C. Maleriado, an instructor at General Emilio Aguinaldo National High School in Imus, Cavite, uses QR codes to check his students’ attendance before they enter the classroom.
Maleriado shared an innovative way of checking attendance through a Facebook post, last June 26 on his personal profile.
As of July 4, the post reached approximately 15,000 shares on social media.
In his post, Maleriado described the process behind the QR code scanning. First, a mobile app will have to be installed which will be managing the attendance through the QR codes.
Then, a QR code is generated per student which will enter their student information such as names and their sections. After the class, the record of students who attended the class can be extracted from the mobile app into a worksheet file.
Maleriado emphasized that the QR codes are an effortless and paperless way of monitoring attendance.
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Image Source: Michael Angelo C. Maleriado