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Veteran teacher Karen on managing lively, productive classrooms with Paper

Classroom management can be demanding, especially with dozens of students in the room. But a teacher at Mohawk Area School District finds that having students log onto Paper helps fuel dialogue and engagement.

Replacing homework centers

One of the days we were using Paper, it was a lively class period with students all interacting, all on task, and all engaged.

They were typing back with the person that they were paired with and everyone was productive—and sometimes you don't get that.

— Karen Jones, ELA teacher, Mohawk Area School District, Pennsylvania

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