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4/1/2011 12:21 PM
 
we need to teach our students about it's ethical use and develop critical thinking skills with regards to web based content. The information is all there - this is not a bad thing, they still need to know how to use it. school grants information
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4/2/2011 7:37 PM
 
One of the methods I used to use to Google proof answers was to add in a opinion based question as well.  One that would be impossible to search on Google and pull up an answer.

For example:  In my health class we talked about how to lose belly fat and I asked what are the two basic principles of losing belly fat and do you feel you have too much subcanteus fat? if so, explain why and how that type of fat can affect your life.
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4/9/2011 1:54 AM
 
Hi, I'm just a mom and love the new technology and ability to access information almost instantaneously. Having said, I worry the effect it will have on our children. For example, this past summer my daughter took a supplemental Reading/Writing class because this is an area of weakness. In the class, they were required to read a book and then "discuss" it. Made sense to me, back to basics...how to break down a book. She needed it and I was relieved and praying that this would help her. Until she told me that the teacher gives them a certain amount of time to read and then posts a "discussion question" on the computer....? Apparently, the kids were all given laptop computers as they come into the class and "discussing" a book is done via the computers. 13 kids in a class, discussing a book, and no one is talking. Great. Help my daughter dissect a book but take away her ability to communicate effectively. It's bad enough that they communicate via text messaging. Needless to say I was crushed.
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4/18/2011 8:22 AM
 
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4/28/2011 4:46 AM
 
I agree that instead of google-proofing a question we should teach students how to research for the exceeding answers from google and come up with their own opinions. There is no such things as google proofing anymore. Do a search on yourself and even you would be surprised what you would find.
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