Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Our students want better work, not less work

Dangerously IrrelevantAn interesting post on Scott Mcleod's  blog, Dangerously Irrelevant, discusses the need for more relevant & engaging work for students.  He suggests that plagiarism, etc., is the sign of a disenfranchised student who is not lazy, but instead is calling out for more relevant and engaging school work do be done in the classroom and at home.

BTW: Scott Mcleod was one of the creative minds behind the "Did You Know/Shift Happens" viral videos.

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