Jim Perry suggested:
>So my thoughts are, what about if they were able to take a digital picture
>of THEIR slide or specimen, print it (color = $) and then label it, and
>describe in writing what the differences are between what they have seen and
>what's in their book?
>>Do you think this would cause them to look more closely at their own
Especially if they take just a bit of care to make sure that the
photo image adequately represents what they see under the microscope
or in the lab or field.
>and would it increase the learning experience?
>They like technology, so would this play into our hands without
>them realizing it?
p.s. Seriously--this strikes me as something very well worth
trying. You've indicated flaws in what was being done before,
and you've come up with something very promising. And,
thinking of $, you'll surely have other good uses for that
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