Cheating. It happens, a lot. A quick glance at another student’s test. Copying an entire page of math homework right before class. An internet search on the same topic assigned results in a copy and paste of a few paragraphs.
Many students do it and it’s a HUGE problem in education.
What can we do about it? Can we create lessons that reduce cheating even if that means giving up some of our beloved tried and true activities?
And how can we utilize the tech tools available to us to help get to the root of the problem?
In a recent chat the #DitchBook community got REAL about the war on cheating and how to battle the issue of copy/paste. They shared their thoughts on the problem and ideas for how to DITCH our old ways of teaching to create lessons that motivate, inspire and connect.
Check out their discussion in the summary of this week’s chat below!
Want to get in on the next #DitchBook Twitter chat?
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