Resources for online teachers
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What’s the BIG Idea? Amazing Science Questions for the Curious Kid
Working with 4 librarians and related arts (art and music) and 3rd grade ELA and science classroom teachers in Shelbyville, Tennessee, and their students via videoconferencing as part of our schoolwide pilot project by Vicki Cobb’s start-up company INK (Interesting Nonfiction for Kids) Think Tank.
Being mentored by an award-winning children’s nonfiction author, Vicki Cobb, who is mentoring both teachers and students who are using her book, "What's the BIG Idea" as the ideas and lessons fit into the 3rd grade curriculum.
It is an innovative, organic approach to content and literacy using distance learning that seems to infect everyone with the love of learning.
You may have heard so many different definitions of plagiarism that you feel confused about exactly what it is. Despite all this variation, you can avoid the serious charge of committing plagiarism by adopting a conservative definition of the term and following our guidelines. Bedford County eLearning (BeL) defines plagiarism as "the deliberate or reckless representation of another's words, thoughts, or ideas as one's own without attribution in connection with submission of academic work, whether graded or otherwise." This means you can't lead us to believe it is your work when it is the work of another.