Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Will you teach paperless for Earth Day?

A great idea is becoming a reality next week -- and you can be part of it! Bloggers Shelly Blake-Plock and Steve Katz have created the Teach Paperless for Earth Day campaign, where teachers sign up and pledge to teach without handing out, creating or accepting paper on April 22. Teachers are also encouraged to share their ideas for what they will do this day instead of using paper, so please share your ideas there and in the comments here as well!

(I've pledged to go paperless but haven't yet decided what to do next Thursday!)

1 comment:

Mr. Cantor said...

It is interesting to think of the energy used in paperless communication as well.

I don't know of anyone who has done a serious cost benefit analysis of this.