Basically, kanban, sure; but you've also missed what is (IMO) the main values provided by the "Daily Scrum", and the reason something like it is useful even in systems that use better methods for communicating status of progress items:
1. Coordination and conflict resolution on next tasks, and
2. Early and rapid identification (and, ideally, resolution or escalation) of barriers/issues.
(That's not to say that there aren't ways other than a daily in-person meeting that could be proposed to meet these goals, just that a status board doesn't replace the functionality of the Daily Scrum.)
For the record, I didn't like doing oral reports in front of the entire class in school, either.