Take 2. Sorry, I didn't want to hijack the other thread. A few of us were talking about implementing a policy aimed at going paperless. We were thinking of ending the practice of running off worksheets. The thought would be that any worksheets we used would be posted on our individual web pages for the kids to print up and use. I do have some questions for anyone who has done this, particulary with math: - how do you handle the "my printer broke/ran out of toner" excuse? - how much lead time to you give to kids to print up a copy of the worksheet? (Our kids do NOT use Ipads or other tablets in class.) - What do you do when you need to change your plans? I'm thinking in particular of the times when I realize that I need an extra day on a topic and run off a sheet quickly. Our textbook is out of print, so asking kids to bring books isn't a possibility. - Likewise, how do you handle leaving an assignment if you have to call in sick, but haven't had enough lead time to have them print up a worksheet? What other things should we consider before implementing such a policy change?