I have always enjoyed reading Andrew Pass' discussion starters. He has a particularly good discussion starter about the Innertoob post I made yesterday. (If you teach current events, Andrew's blog is a MUST subscribe, in my opinion!)
Take a look at Andrew's question #4:
Vicki Davis slightly changed Wes Fryer's podcast by adding in new annotations. Who's the creator of the podcast that Vicki placed on Innertoob, Vicki or Wes? Does it matter? Is there a certain point at which the product ceases to be Wes's and becomes Vicki's?
These are the issues we must ponder and discuss!
tag: education, teaching, opinion, ethics, Andrew Pass, innertoob
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Does it matter? Both of you are brilliant and anyone would do well to emulate either one! I think we should credit to all of whom we are aware, and call it a day…
We are barely scratching the surface teaching our students ethical blogging as the ability to collaborate becomes simpler and more complicated at the same time. I love Andrew’s blog and the questions he posts for students are ones that cause us to think a little deeper too.
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