Defining Paperless 2.0

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“I’ve gone paperless!” The transition to the 1:1 classroom regularly goes hand in hand with a call for teachers to go paperless.

Susan Grigsby‘s insight:

I love the point the author made about the paperless assignment that allows the student to both turn in the assignment AND keep it for reflection. Thinking beyond the cost savings of paper and printing, this is a great argument for going paperless. Enjoy!

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