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Factors for Academic Success | Scoop.it - 4 views

aprilofcourse

Illinois Online Network: Instructional Resources : Pointers and Clickers : Curbing Acad... - 1 views

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    How to prevent cheating! Everyone asks me this when I tell them I want to be an online instructor. Good reading.
Damita Majette

The MDE Hub - Home - 0 views

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    The MDE Hub
Michelle Altenberger

Michelle Altenberger: Motivating High School Students Scoop.it page - 2 views

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    This link will take you to my Scoop.it page where I'm gathering resources and articles on increasing motivation in students. I hope to use this information to develop a Tier II intervention for targeted students at the large, suburban high school that I work as a school psychologist at.
Debi Griggs

A Lesson in Academic Integrity | Faculty Focus - 1 views

  • One of their defenses for the student’s reasoning was that the consequence for taking credit for someone else’s work was significantly smaller than the consequence for taking a zero for his own failure to complete the assignment.
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    Hands on lesson in what it feels like to be plagiarized.
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    Thanks for sharing, Debi. I'd be interested in trying something similiar...
Debi Griggs

New trends in academic staff development : reflective journals, teaching portfolios, ac... - 4 views

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    Short discussion of the trend towards and the value of reflection in higher-ed.
Phyllis Bickford

The Technology Source Archives - Online Drop Rates Revisited - 2 views

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    Online drop rates at University of North Carolina
lovinget2

Illinois Online Network: Instructional Resources : Pointers and Clickers : Curbing Acad... - 3 views

  • In discussions among both new and veteran online instructors, some of the most persistently expressed concerns center upon issues of academic honesty. How does one conduct assessments in an online course? How can you be sure that the person taking the test is actually your student? And that they are acting alone, without the book? With the proliferation of online term-paper mills, how can you be sure that the essay or term paper you receive is actually your student’s work?
  • the same technologies which seem to offer new opportunities for cheating also offer new ways to detect and prevent cheating.
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    Illinois Online Network: Instructional Resources : Pointers and Clickers : Curbing Academic Dishonesty in Online Courses By Mike McNett
Tracey Stockel

ISKME - Turning Knowledge Into Action - ISKME - 1 views

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    A research institute dedicated to improving the practice of information access and knowledge sharing
anonymous

YouTube - What is your hazard perception like ? take the test - 2 views

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    I use this video as a reminder to the students that they may not catch what they aren't paying attention to... specifically they may miss the learning piece if all they are worried about are grades... great intro to class!
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    Interesting video and it gets the point across!
Susan Stalewski

High-tech cheating? Students see it differently - 0 views

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    A recent report commissioned by Common Sense Media about the use of cell phones and the internet for cheating (see story: http://www.eschoolnews.com/news/top-news/index.cfm?i=59295) is representative of how students and adults can look at the same behavior or activity and have very different perceptions of technology's impact.
Philip Romal

SAGE Publications - 0 views

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    SAGE publishes more than 500 journals in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Science, Technology and Medicine. Free access to many via free trail registration.
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