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Tap into experts and peers to discover the most effective techniques for building great student habits and supporting you as a teacher.

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Ask our experts anything about the 24/7, unlimited support available for students and teachers.


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Our monthly Speaker Series creates a space for teachers to learn from experts and other educators on a range of topics.

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Paper 101

Watch Paper 101: Learn all about the support you and your students can access when using Paper.

Level up your Paper practice with the Paper Pointers Video Library.

Get feature updates and tips to amplify student learning in different subjects, grade levels, and learning environments. The Paper Pointers Video Library keeps you up-to-date on how Paper supports you and your students – at a time that works for you.

Paper Pointers Speaker Series

Let's Get Social! 💬

Social Networking for Educators

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Jennifer Hall
Educational Technology Specialist
Atlanta Public Schools

Are you interested in learning tips, tools, and resources to enhance and increase your use of social media? Social media allows educators:

  • To participate in professional development opportunities
  • Build a community of practice
  • Exchange resources and inspire others

Whether you're just getting started or are looking for ideas for enhancing your presence on social media, this session is for you! Join to get tips and tools for creating your educator brand and telling your story.


Can I attend more than one Paper Office Hours?
You can attend as many as you'd like!
What is the format and structure of Paper Office Hours?
Paper Office Hours are sessions set up as Zoom webinars, meaning that at the start your camera and microphone will be off. If you’d like, we can turn your microphone on once you’re in the session so you can ask your question aloud. You can also ask questions in the Zoom chat or Q&A feature. Sessions normally run for about 30 minutes.
What types of questions should I ask?
Our goal is to assist you with any questions you have about the Paper platform. We’d love to answer questions about how our tutors work with students, tips for introducing students to the platform, and subject-specific strategies for using Paper, just to name a few!
Can I invite other teachers/colleagues?
Yes, of course! Though let them know that they must register to be able to attend. Don’t worry, it’s an easy process!
Do I need a Zoom account to attend a Pointers webinar?
Yes, you do. Please use your school-affiliated email address. If you do not have a Zoom account connected to this email address, you can create a free account on Zoom.
I’ve heard about Paper Pro certification. How do I achieve this?
To achieve Paper Pro certification, you just have to follow the Paper Trail! This asynchronous professional development course is accessible straight from your teacher dashboard, whenever is convenient for you.

In becoming a Paper Pro, you join a community of educators working to empower all students to reach their full potential.

If you have any questions about Paper Trail, feel free to come to Paper Office Hours to ask them!
What is the Speaker Series?
Once a month, Paper hosts a Speaker Series for partner teachers to engage with experts and fellow educators and expand their learning. Each session will cover a special topic, such as health and wellness, inclusive teaching practices, innovative strategies to engage all learners, and more.

Still have questions?

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About Paper

K-12 school districts throughout the U.S. and Canada count on Paper to give every student an equal opportunity to excel academically. Our educational support system (ESS) provides learners with unlimited 24x7 homework help, writing feedback and study support at a predictable fixed cost. Paper’s specialized tutors deliver on-demand, 1:1 academic support in four languages across more than 200 academic subject areas—so students always have access to expert extra help exactly when, where and how they need it.