"Between the Paleolithic and the Neolithic, you got confused. But, you've made good progress compared to your last evaluation. The voice of Romain Janover, a history and geography teacher at the Flora Tristan secondary school in Carrières-sous-Poissy (Yvelines), rises in the room. But she's coming out of a phone. Because now, rather than just writing red on the papers, this teacher is experimenting with a new way of correcting his students' tabletop assignments... with a QR Code that it provides to them.
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"Correcting papers isn't the most fun activity," says the young man, who has been teaching for ten years. I like the gadget. If it didn't amuse me, I wouldn't do it. Since the start of his experiment in September, Romain Janover has generated around 750 QR codes via the Mon-oral platform.
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