Shelly Blake-Plock Challenges Educators to Teach Paperless

Shelly Blake-Plock is a progressive educator and blogger for Teach Paperless. Blake-Plock blogs regularly on "all aspects of paperless, digital, and technological culture as it relates to education." In addition to his blog, Blake-Plock teaches high school Latin and Art History - completely paperless.

Why paperless? He clarifies, "I'm against the static idea of knowledge that paper so often represents. That's not where the future assignments are naturally dynamic. I do this because that's what the kids understand. They are already living the post-paper knowledge life. They understand that in the future, (and the future is now), knowledge is dynamic and collaborative."

Go Paperless for Earth Day!

Click here to learn about Shelly's Earth Day mission and to pledge to go paperless for earth day.

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Comment by Amanda Kenuam on April 9, 2010 at 8:26am
"I want kids to own their education!" View an interview with Shelly here.


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