The transition to the 1:1 classroom regularly goes hand in hand with a call for teachers to go paperless, Edudemic reports. The idea is a popular one for schools (and businesses) who can realize quick savings from reduced paper costs and offset the cost of the new devices. It can also be popular with teachers for a variety of conveniences when distributing and collecting materials. But what about learning? Is moving to paperless a step forward or a high tech way of doing exactly what we have always done albeit electronically? In the initial stages of a 1:1, teachers begin...
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