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By: Zoe Branigan-Pipe, Lawfield Elementary School (HWDSB)
Grade Six Biodiversity Diagnostic Assessment Task

By: Zoe Branigan- Pipe
Example of a collaborative Science Test here: http://pipedreamsscience.edublogs.org/
This resulted in some very interesting blogs and comments from several of my students, this one in particular stuck out to me. After the comments and feedback, his writing and confidence increased in level dramatially as did his engagement, especially after receiving a total of 21 comments world wide - "CHEATING OR COLLABORATING" http://jacob213.edublogs.org/2009/11/05/cheating-or-callaborating/