TeacherRefPoet (who is much better at using teaching pedagogy terms than I will ever be) describes a teaching method in practice.
Just had an e-mail from a student, noting the F for plagiarism and asking what can be done about it.
"Think of this as a learning experience," quoth I.
"But what can I do to change it?"
I haven't yet figured out a reply, but now at least I know the name of the technique I'm trying to apply. Luckily e-mail gives me the luxury of time.
Words Written: four hundred and ninety-eight
Lessons Graded: seven