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Managing the Cheating Issue

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As more and more schools embrace technology, such as Chromebooks and Google apps, it becomes increasingly important for teachers and schools to address the issue of cheating and academic integrity in a variety of ways. In this webinar, join Deb Norton as she looks at some innovative ways to address possible cheating issues. She will discuss non-technology options, as well as technology-based tools and resources that can be proactive in preventing plagiarism and cheating. Deb will also focus on changing how we assess students and share strategies that can deter students from attempting to cheat.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, May 6, 2017 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Assessment & Review , Counseling, Digital Citizenship, Google Chromebooks
Tags: academic integrity, cheating issues, cheating prevention, plagiarism

Reviews (51)

Full Member
good info
Full Member
Wonderful information, which I'm sure to use!
Full Member
Lots of great tools and advice.
Basic Member
Very informative!
Full Member
Solid insights, please be mindful of the pace so we can follow.
Full Member
Very informative. Particularly the Google Forms discussion.
Full Member
Good and usable ideas to manage the thought of cheating.
Full Member
Making students aware of these programs ahead of time could greatly reduce cheating.
Full Member
Great presentation.
Full Member
I like how this webinar stressed the importance of sharing with the students all the different ways that the teacher can review work to determine if academic honesty exists or does not exist. I believe this will encourage students to develop the habit of being academically honest.
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