ComputerU: The Paper-Less Teacher
March 18, 2015
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Once a semester, I teach a 1/2 day professional development seminar for a series at my school called “Computer U.” This year, I focused my course on my growing efforts to go paper-less. I keep incorrectly placing that hyphen there on purpose. I am not trying to go paper-free; rather, I want to simply reduce the paper load one element at a time, and it is the things I have learned in these efforts that I want to share with my colleagues. The focus of my presentation was necessarily on new activities and websites for student projects and engagement. Those things can be great, of course, but I wanted to focus more on how we, as teachers, can organize ourselves in a more paper-less manner. For more insight, check out my post on teachers integrating technology in the classroom or a post from a few years ago when I first started my paperless efforts.
My presentation is below. Currently, WordPress is not compatible with a Prezi embed code, but clicking on the image below will take you straight to the presentation.
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