Tag: cheating

by Katherine Krueger

As long as humanity has existed, so too have humans been cheating to get ahead. College campuses act as microcosms for all manner of social discourse working itself out – the poignant, innovative and repugnant among them. So it comes as no surprise that, when you drop students into high-pressure academic settings, some 75 percent […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Schools act to prevent high-tech cheating on standardized tests (LA Times) 2. The best in ed-tech tools (EdSurge) 3. Who’s afraid of the big bad MOOC? (The Chronicle of Higher Education) 4. The digital lives of teens, and why schools should take note (Edutopia) 5. Why online courses (really) need an instructional design strategy […] more »