I would like suggestions on a short, but sweet, proper use agreement for using with my students on their cell project. These students are pretty "spirited" or as a good friend likes to say, "all horsepower, no steering wheel". I really want to set them up for success and I know that they can easily outsmart the school's attempts to keep them in line on the internet. I've done basic research with them on the internet, but now I really want to shift classroom content more and more onto the internet. I want them to network via email and to collaborate virtually (maybe via online forum). I guess what I'm asking for is some words of advice or experience...

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Comment by Durff on April 27, 2007 at 4:29pm
So show 'em something they don't know...like college-level biochemical reactions. Maybe on Youtube or sth. I'm not a scientist-you are. Wow 'em. Then show them how to research a topic deeply on the internet using something radical like technorati or del.icio.us. Sounds like you are very creative and very driven to improve.


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