It would be good to know what the subtitles are saying. It is interesting to watch the paperless classroom. it is something I’d love to see happen because it would get rid of stuff – paper stuff, folder stuff, stationery stuff, old stuff, dusty stuff. The trouble is , no one takes responsibility for the stuff. It just get put on shelves, in cupboards, in filing cabinets. I’d love a planet clean up day where we recycle all this stuff left in offices and classrooms in schools. If we could dump the last century which is gathering dust and bacteria, we could move on. Not the thoughts, the ideas, the guiding principles – just the clutter and garbage. We’d feel so much brighter and lighter and we would be in a better frame of mind for the 21st century. It’s not about ignoring the knowledge, learning and development which has gone before us, but about making a clear , clean start for our changes. Aiming for paperless classrooms by 2015 is viable. Let’s do it.
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