No Paper No Problem
There is a lot of talk about utilizing technology and facilitating paperless classrooms, but is there a Complete Idiot’s Guide for putting it all together in a user friendly way? Perhaps. With a perspective that considers multiple settings and resource availability, ‘No Paper No Problem’ is one down-to-earth teacher’s guide to successfully going without one (once) vital school supply while discovering numerous advantages that are applicable across content areas. With a new focus driven by CCSS implementation shifting student expectations for how a classroom can operate, this teacher’s paperless classroom takes a modern approach to addressing needs for all types of learners.
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- How did you eliminate the need for paper in regards to daily assignments, informational handouts and study guides?
- How were iPads utilized in daily classroom practices?
- What are the advantages to this teaching style from the perspective of parents and administrators?
- Saul Heide, Teacher, USD 343 Perry-Lecompton KS
Saul Heide, Teacher, USD 343 Perry-Lecompton KS