From graduate school today: I spent most of last week 10-12 hours a day working on a presentation. My partner made a smartboard activity. We presented it today. Immediately upon finishing the chick behind me asked the teacher if she could have a copy of our project "so I can reference it when I work on mine." my jaw dropped. Apparently since we were the first we need to provide everyone else with a guide so they don't have to work so hard.
yeah, I am not impressed with this concept.
Our presentation and the discussion was the very last thing to happen in class, so when I got home and went to work on homework, there was an email to the entire class from the same chick demanding that we all 'share' copies of our first project ( 10 ideas on how to use a smart board) so she "can use your ideas in my classes" - honestly, do your own work, but stealing from me is not going to make me like you.