From Texting to Plagiarism, How to Stop High-Tech Cheating — THE Journal


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With the proliferation of mobile devices and instant access to the internet, cheating has become easier than ever. What can educators do to stop it?

Jim Harmon‘s insight:

Worth mentioning is the increased focus on collaboration of learners in domains such as Project/Challenge Based Learning (PBL or CBL), which may also muddy the waters of ethics and individual ownership of learning. I think a lot about students in underserved, urban school districts like Cleveland, where technological advancement moves at snails pace, and they may not be fully prepared to implement PARCC assessments. It will be a learning experience for all.

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