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Dianne Krause

ISTE | 8 ways to prevent cheating in the digital age - 1 views

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    For as long as there has been school, there has been cheating. And in many ways, the advent of the digital age has made plagiarism and stealing answers even easier. Some teachers will tell you that trying to prevent cheating is an exercise in futility. While it's true that you can't police all students at every turn, you can put some techniques and digital tools in place to help curtail problems while embracing collaboration. Here are eight tried and true ideas for keeping cheating to a minimum:
Dianne Krause

NEA - You Cheat: Savvy educators offer advice for keeping kids honest. - 0 views

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    What goes on in the mind of a cheating student? Most educators would love to peek inside those young brains to see what motivates the eye wandering or cell-phone sneaking, in an attempt to prevent it. Researcher and expert on cheating Eric Andermann, director of Ohio State University's School of Education Policy and Leadership, has found that the goal that students are encouraged to work toward significantly affects whether they cheat or not.
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