Passwords get the boot as students use their own QR codes
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Children's classrooms are fast becoming high-tech hubs.
New education tech applications are changing what teachers can do, who they can reach and how much power they take back from a standardized system. Others strive to give teachers a precious gift: time.
Clad in a knight costume for dress-up day, EJ Torres, 5, looked around his classroom at Rocketship Brilliant Minds as he opened his laptop. He quickly lifted up a laminated piece of paper with a QR code, thrusting it in front of his computer's camera with a giggle.