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Dissuading Cheating
Some teachers create multiple versions of each test or quiz in hopes making it more difficult for naughty students to cheat. Ms. Dabney’s strategy is easier to manage but just as effective.
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Dividing the Cheating Penalty
Cheating students who copy one another’s work deserve some form of credit, at least according to Ms. Rycar. Her equitable approach to grading rewards their work fairly and punishes their wrongdoings justly.
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Guidelines for Discouraging Cheating
Here are some guidlelines gathered by an educator who wants to help you stop cheating before it starts.
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Mix It Up (Or Not) To Stop Cheating
How can you prevent wandering eyes during test time? Here's how one teacher has put the kibosh on cheating.
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Monitor from Behind
When Mr. Groth monitors the class from behind rather than from his desk at the front, he gets a bird's eye view of the whole class and can catch the stray eyeball or suspicious hand movements. See how else his tip keeps student cheating to a minimum.
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Plagiarism Movie
When setting the tone regarding copying and cheating as the new school year begins, Barbara shows this movie to her students.
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Proper Research Reduces Plagiarism
Looking for ways to curtail cheating and copying in your class? Ms. Fedderke offers a solid strategy to teach students about the repurcussions of plagiarism while honing their individual researching skills.
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Stop the Copying!
Rampant copying was one of Mr. Miraglia’s biggest classroom management problems. Find out how he used his blog to stop the cheating and elevate the quality of his students’ homework at the same time.
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White Boards in the Classroom
Here's an interesting way to use whiteboards: as desktops! Mr. Platano says when students do their work on these surfaces, it creates an atmosphere conducive to learning and sharing - and there's a built-in cheating deterrent - that works!
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