THE APPWhat To Expect

When interacting with the Magrid app, you’ll find 100s of different tasks suitable for kindergarten and preschool students (4- 8-year-olds).
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THE APPWhat To Expect

When interacting with the Magrid app, you’ll find 100s of different tasks suitable for kindergarten and preschool students (4- 8-year-olds).
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User Handling and Task Management with QR Codes

To start using the application, each user needs to have a Magrid Identity card (ID card) containing an encrypted and unified Quick Response (QR) code. The ID cards will be used for user management and user identification. That means users can log in to the system by putting their ID card in front of the camera of the device and then they can start or resume solving tasks.

User Handling and Task Management with QR Codes

To start using the application, each user needs to have a MaGrid Identity card (ID card) containing an encrypted and  unified Quick Response (QR) code. The ID cards will be used for user management and user identification. That means users can log in to the system by putting their ID card in front of the camera of the device and then they can start or resume solving tasks.

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Using QR codes allows user management in the classrooms to login into their account without typing any usernames or passwords: This is of critical importance for the usability of the training application, as our main users are preschoolers who are not yet able to read or write. 

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Each training task has also an ID card with the corresponding QR code printed on it, so a user can start a task by  scanning the  ID card of the desired task. 

QR codes are used to run the tasks as a means to structure the training and to give the teacher the possibility to decide which task pupils should work on. When a specific task T is to be worked on, the teacher distributes the cards for task T to the pupils, which they then use for launching their tasks.

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Using QR codes allows user management in the classrooms to login into their account without typing any usernames or passwords: This is of critical importance for the usability of the training application, as our main users are preschoolers who are not yet able to read or write. 

https://magrid.education/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/cartoes-round-01.png

Each training task has also an ID card with the corresponding QR code printed on it, so a user can start a task by  scanning the  ID card of the desired task. 

QR codes are used to run the tasks as a means to structure the training and to give the teacher the possibility to decide which task pupils should work on. When a specific task T is to be worked on, the teacher distributes the cards for task T to the pupils, which they then use for launching their tasks.

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