Do You Dream of a Paper-Free Classroom?

Graphite Graphiti: inspired cartoons that capture the joys and challenges of integrating technology into the classroom. Click to view.

September 18, 2013
Audrey Stokes Product Manager, Education
Common Sense Media
San Francisco, CA
CATEGORIES In the Classroom, Students, Technology Integration, Tools

Many of us wish we could teach in a classroom with less paper and more digital tools. But how do you find the right ones? Look no further! We've got Top Picks from insanely engaging games for the classroom to great productivity and organization apps and sites. Check out our entire library of Top Picks lists to help you make your dream of a paperless classroom a reality!


Cartoon for Graphite by Aries Bautista. Find him at:



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