Teacher Tech blog with Alice Keeler

Paperless Is Not a Pedagogy

Alice Keeler

Tour of Google Classroom

Use Google Classroom to build relationships, provide more students a voice, and choice. Technology provides opportunities that are difficult or impossible to recreate with traditional paper methods. However, paperless is not a pedagogy. Being paperless does not improve learning.  Use paper when appropriate and extend learning opportunities with digital resources when appropriate. Taking paper tasks and making them digital (ie: writing on a PDF worksheet) does not improve learning and can be worse for learning since it was designed for paper. Use paper for paper tasks. Use technology to do what paper can not do.

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