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Topic: Group Project vs Plagarism
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Alice Elstien

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Registered: 12/3/04
Re: Group Project vs Plagarism
Posted: Dec 19, 2000 7:31 PM
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What a wonderful way to teach the kids not to copy but to really work
together when allowed. I'm going to have it read aloud in each class
AND posting it on my POW bulletin board.
On papers that are supposed to be done alone, I usually write "see
comments on so-and so's paper" on the paper of the person who I think
created the solution, and write comments on the paper of the person I
think copied.<grin> I then give them each part credit. That seems to
work for the short time they're in my classes. Your solution feels as
if it will work long term! Thank you!

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