How to integrate Tag My Doc into the classroom: My mind is racing with the possibilities of Tag My Doc in the classroom. I can envision middle and high school teachers using Tag My Doc to share documents with students. In the land of mobile devices, Tag My Doc makes a whole lot more sense than endless paper copies that get lost on the way home. Post the QR codes from Tag My Doc next to your door, as students leave the classroom they can scan the code for the evenings homework, study guides, rubrics, etc.
Students can use Tag My Doc to keep a record of all the digital documents created throughout the school year. Each document can be uploaded to Tag My Doc and an accompanying QR code can be printed and put in a physical portfolio. No more worrying about where a document was saved and if students transferred it to a flash drive or CD at the end of the year. Everything is kept in the cloud and easily accessed.
Back to school night and parent teacher conferences are a great time for parents to gather information about what is happening in your classroom. Instead of making paper packets, hand out a business card with your contact information on one side and a Tag My Document QR code on the other side. Parents have all of the information they need without the paper clutter at home. Awesome.
Tag My Docs is fantastic for staff meetings, conferences and meetups and anywhere you are sharing documents.
Tips: Tag My Doc supports the following file types: jpg, tiff, png, bmp, gif, doc, docx, ppt, pptx and pdf.
Please leave a comment and share how you are using Tag My Doc in your classroom!