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Jessika Richter
Jessika Richter
(Lund - Sweden)

The short and sweet: I have been a passionate teacher since 2001.  I first worked with the National Park Service in Washington (state), then moved to Australia where I completed my DipEd at the University of Melbourne and then taught at Hailebury  ...



  • This resource was reviewed using the rubric for Curriculum: Lesson Plan and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 3-Exemplary, as of 2008/06/25 09:35.
  • Component Ratings:
    • Technical Completeness:3
    • Content Accuracy:3
    • Appropriate Pedagogy:3
  • Reviewer Comments:

    This resource provides everything necessary to teach students about copyright. The unit seems to be most appropriate for the middle school/high school levels for which it is targeted, yet an introduction to copyright at an early age will begin to create awareness. The content of the resource is thorough and the PowerPoint is professional. There are opportunities for the individual teacher to tweak the presentation to make it his or her own. The pedagogy of this unit includes presentation and interaction, and guides the student through finding, using and crediting open licensed images into a document.


    • Christine Mytko
    • Nov-30-2008 - 01:03 PM PST
    • Comment:

      What an excellent resource! I look forward to using this with my students. Thank you for posting this very important information.

    • April Woodard
    • Nov-02-2009 - 09:10 PM PST
    • Comment:

      Wonderful resource. I'm currently teaching an 8 week media literacy/ service learning workshop to middle school students. This week students are learning about blogging and podcasting. This resource will be a great addition to the lesson plan to show youth how to incorporate writings, photos and music into their blogs and cite sources. Thank you!