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Plagiarism vs Research - School Wallpaper
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This Week’s School Wallpaper

With a cheeky take on adapting the work of others, this week’s school wallpaper is attributed to American playwright, raconteur, and entrepreneur, Wilson Mizner. As a larger than life character, Mizner had his share of grand successes and epic fails. Life’s tough lessons resulted in a fascinating and varied career (the inspiration for Stephen Sondheim’s musical Road Show) leading to great idolism, wisdom and a number of popular and well known quotes.


If you steal from one author it’s plagiarism; if you steal from many it’s research.


There will be more and more school wallpapers added to the collection over coming months. As part of this, we really want to hear your feedback. What do you want to see on your devices and classroom walls? What images and words inspire your students to be their best? And what other forms can these messages take? iPad covers? Books?

If you have any great ideas or specific designs you’d like to see in future classroom posters and school wallpapers, let us know in the comments below or drop us a line!


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