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“I can’t remember that website, or am I just typing it in wrong? Wait, what’s my username again? Oh no, now I have forgotten my password!”
Students and parents have so many websites and login information to keep straight these days. That’s when the Password Passport comes in handy. This user-friendly document efficiently organizes the latter. Here’s how it can be utilized:
1. Print out the amount needed. Notice, that there is one passport for a boy and a girl based on the clipart. Printing these out on cardstock is suggested, so they can survive the school year (but it’s not necessary). To make them even more personalized, a school photo could be glued over the clipart. This visual may help identifying a passport even faster.
2. Handwriting the usernames/passwords onto the passports can be time-consuming. If given a typed master list of this information, rather than rewriting it all, just cut it up. Then tape it to a “stamp” on the passport. Ta – da, less work!
3. Once the passport is filled up, it can be photocopied. The master copies can be safely kept in a binder in the classroom (If cardstock isn’t used, then sheet protectors is another idea). The copies can either be sent home to parents, or glued into student agendas.
In addition, not only will you receive a blank passport, but also included is one tailored to Broward County. This Word document can be edited for various counties by changing out the information in the text boxes.