Monthly Archives: August 2010

NY Times: Digital Age Plagiarism

Interesting article by Trip Gabriel in the New York Times about students with a different attitude toward copying stuff that’s not theirs. With access to so much information, so easily obtained and transferred (just cut-and-paste, so simple!) to their own … Continue reading

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It’s been around since 1999 and is one of the coolest sites out there for animated, engaging content. With a 100,000-member strong teacher community, BrainPop offers free lesson plans, tutorials, professional development tools, graphic organizers and best practices. Interestingly, it … Continue reading

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