Partner Ship

Good Boat Skills

What’s it like to work with an assigned partner on a learning project for class?  It’s like two people rowing to make one boat go strong and straight.

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Two can keep a straight line

Peter Riou via Compfight

Bad Boat Skills

But what do you do when your partner is more skilled or smarter than you are?  What if that describes you?  How to communicate?  How to manage?

I don’t think this will get us to the finish line

DSC_0419 by Emeriz via Flickr CC  BY-NC-ND 2.0

Fight the Good Fight

You have grades on the line.  Powerschool and transcripts, not to mention parental expectations and future university applications.  Why can’t you just work solo?  Because there’s strength (learning!) in numbers.

P1130376 All together now

Mark Whittaker via Compfight

Pull on your oar.  Get in synch.  Stay on course.  Partner ship = team work.

Images and Attributions Made Easy

Hunting for Image Attributions

Photo credit: the measure of mike via Visual Hunt / CC BY-ND

Did you know Visual Hunt is a super-easy website for searching images you can use and it automatically creates the photo’s embed code for you?  And it also makes the attribution – wow!!!

All you have to do is paste those into your post in Text writing (not Visual) mode …

… but you may want to edit your post so each of the 3 parts of the attribution to …

… so your readers don’t lose you and never return to your post, haha maybe, but sadly too true too often.

No More Excuses!

Can you continue using images without permission or not give proper credit?  I don’t think so, because the yes’s and “nose” of proper attributions should make clear “scents” to you now.  Jump in and do it right!

Photo credit: Jordan Wilms via VisualHunt.com / CC BY-ND

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