In Episode 22 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent shares a recent and teachable case of plagiarism and how a PLN helped create swift justice.
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- Teach Like a PIRATE – Dave Burgess (@burgessdave)
- Learn Like a PIRATE – Paul Solarz (@paulsolarz)
- P is for PIRATE – Dave Burgess (@burgessdave) & Shelley Burgess (@burgess_shelley)
- Pure Genius – Don Wettrick (@donwettrick)
- Ditch That Textbook – Matt Miller (@jmattmiller)
- 50 Things You Can Do With Google Classroom – Alice Keeler (@alicekeeler)
The Case of the Plagiarized Book
On July 23, 2015 Alice Keeler sent out a simple tweet:
So…. The “other” Google Classroom book on amazon stole my blog and my screenshots and shamelessly published my content no credit
— Alice Keeler (@alicekeeler) July 23, 2015
This tweet led to an interesting series of events that can be used as a teachable moment in the classroom regarding plagiarism and a teachable moment in the teacher’s lounge regarding the power of the PLN.
Rory’s Story Cubes
Rory’s Story Cubes are a great resource for any teacher to consider using an alternative approach to their lessons.
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