SciHigg Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Have other questions not listed here? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I reuse your materials published under a Creative Commons 4.0 International By Noncommercial (CC BY-NC 4.0) license?
- You may:
- Make as many physical copies (prints) as you like
- Use the originals on Google Classroom (or similar) as much as you like
- Post links to the originals on the SciHigg Google Drive to your students, as long as it is NOT a public link
- If you edit any document, the original footer notes must remain
- But, you may remove the page #’s and the ‘back to the top’ links
- You may NOT:
- Re-publish any of my work for monetary purposes
- Give out, or share, the link to EDU READ ME documents
Where do I find your Teacher / Educator Keys and Guides?
- Please consider supporting my published works at my Teachers Pay Teachers page.
- Help support the 15 to 20 hours I put into this away from my family and friends per week at home on my personal computer.
- Alternatively, you can fill out the following Request Access to SciHigg Content form, and I will email you a link to the top folder of my Google Drive (access to everything I have ever published). I check it once a week.
- But you also have to look for what you are wanting to find... it should be self-apparent, but I will not respond to emails asking me 'Where is file X...?' Use the search function in Google Drive! All files are named the same as they are on this website.
Why do some of the materials you have made have (SciHigg) and (MPS) next to them?
- Materials with (SciHigg) next to them are materials that I created on my own time, on my own equipment.
- Materials with (MPS) next to them are materials that I created while employed at Millard Public Schools, on their equipment.
- My employers policy is that I track this.