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Redefining "Cheating" #rhizo14

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Natasa Bozic Grojic

on 19 January 2014

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Transcript of Redefining "Cheating" #rhizo14


Knowledge is something that is contained in textbooks, something owned by the teacher
In this context cheating is
failing to reproduce the knowledge faithfully, failing to "understand" it correctly, or substituting it by somebody else's knowledge such as
In the connected world
everybody has a voice, so everybody can
make their own meaning,
or share and remix other people's work.
Your knowledge becomes
as unique as your fingerprints.
As long as you give attribution
and don't try to present other people's work as your own
you are free to choose
what you want to learn and who you want to learn from.
Redefining "Cheating"
In the traditional classroom
your own
your own
is yours alone
and you never know
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