I know summer is only just about to start, but if you may already be looking for inspiration on how to introduce the subjects of academic writing and plagiarism to your new learners in September... Here are some nice resources that you could use as the foundation to build a learning activity / debate / online exchange of views!
From time to time Educational Technology and Mobile Learning curates lists of engaging and challenging videos for its readers. So after the Top 10 Videos on 21st Century Learning and 6 Great Clips on...
Mark Ayton's insight:
If working with learners relatively new to independent or self-directed learning and critical thinking this collection opens up the possibilities of free thought, particularly the "Chicken and Egg" debate! Could be a great intro to constructing balanced and structured arguments in academic writing...
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