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Jennifer Roberts
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I live at the intersection of literacy and technology.
I live at the intersection of literacy and technology.

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Plagiarism is not a problem if you know how to catch it. It's even less of a problem if your students know that you know how to catch it.

I'm having an issue when I ingest an assignment from Google Classroom. According to Classroom 33 students turned in their work. Doctopus says it "found" 25 to import and then it actually imported 28.

The assignment was a slide deck. I first noticed the problem last week with some other periods, but today I was able to confirm that it is not finding or importing all the student work.

Suggestions?


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Half day conference featuring literacy and digital pedagogy, Saturday 10/8/16. Register online.
+Jennifer Roberts and I will be sharing how we use G Suite and other great digital tools to cultivate literacy skills in the CCSS classroom.

Registration: http://cateweb.org/promising-practices-registration/
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This was one of my favorite lessons last year. Students loved it to. Fun, memorable, and incredibly effective. If you teach theme you need this lesson.

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I've been trying this out in their private beta. I'm still not allowed to say too much, except that I like what I've seen so far and I love the direction this is going. #GoOpen  

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The San Diego Union Tribune is launching a year long conversation with our county's top teachers. I re-blogged my answer, but you can visit http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/debates/education/ to see the original and other teachers' responses too.

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Teaching writing? Here's how I engaged my students in some comparative analysis that they actually liked!

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Alice says y'all need this meme. Something I use to introduce close reading lessons. 
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Its wonderful to be connecting and learning with other educators on a Saturday morning. I'll be reading Teaching Arguments and I'm really looking forward to it after that introduction by +Christine Kane 

As far as introducing myself, I'm Jen Roberts and I teach 9th grade English at Point Loma High in San Diego. My team uses several units of ERWC curriculum and this book is going to support those efforts. 

And here is a MAKE project I made this summer to introduce my cat. 
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1pq5Oa34YWbtuEXJt9MmAwxQ4UVdi-XLGdAf8HIkR-KE/pub?start=true&loop=true&delayms=80
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