She will use these in her classes that she teaches- although I am not sure how she could give credit to the person who created the lesson in a classroom setting.
The exception to the above is my PowerPoint for the chapter of the book, I had to present. She wants to have a copy of my presentation with all the hyperlinks, graphics and sounds - and copy and past the text for her chapter into it. She stated this in so many words.
This is not policy for this class. I have read the syllabus and course materials several times, nothing is mentioned.
It is not a class of just teachers, but about 60/30/10 museum studies folks/teachers getting their Masters/and others. Since not everyone is a teacher, even if this "sharing" did occur less than a third of the class would benefit in anyway. The rest would be receiving nothing of value to them, and giving a LOT of work and value to the teachers.
It is not "just" the lesson plans she wants, but all materials to go with it. PowerPoints, worksheets, recordings, for the kid who did a mapping project with GIS she wanted the downloaded files to plug into the maps, ect.
She is the only one asking and only for herself. The even the rest of the teachers-masters-candidates- are appalled at her.
In order to give her all the materials that went with my last project I would need to provide her with 2 dvd's worth of materials or one dvd and about 30 sheets of printouts. This is expensive, even just for one person to get all the projects.
She has not offered to repay anyone for these expenses or even to give anyone her work.
She does not limit these "requests" to lesson plans or PowerPoints but any material that is produced for this class. Project Proposals, Grant Proposals, research papers, ect. Anything, if it was made for the class - she feels she has a right to it.
There are at least 4 other people who do not want to work with her - I know this because we all sit at the same table together and we're all tired of her demands. None of us are making any move towards making the copies she wants. I know this because she makes some sort of comment about it each class meeting. "Did you bring...?" or "did you remember to copy...?" type comments. The answers are always along the lines of "No" or "That's not going to happen"