What a great site...with terrific ideas on how to use mobile devices...one thing to remmber is that you have to have the infrastructure in place to store the massive growth of technological programs (video's, etc)
A school needs the adminstrators, parents, teachers, students, and the business community working together to get the job done. It cannot be one teacher, but the commitment of many to do make this change. Schedules, inservices, projects, the full support of the educational and school community is essential in organizing this type of change.
I came across a great online test maker. It is very easy and requires no registration. (Plus, it's FREE!) I just wrote about it in my blog. http://talkingtechwithrobin.blogspot.com/2010/12/testmoz.html
Let me know what you think.
This blog is an interesting read for paperless classrooms--
I teach fifth grade and have been trying to become paperless, but still have a ways to go, particularly in math. It's that "Show your work" thing that's getting me most...but also, its the gravity of using premade worksheets/activities that can't easily (quickly) be made into an online activity. I have been using edu20.org for my learning portal, and that has helped a good deal with online assignments and online tests/quizzes, discussions.