Cheating – ResourcesBy Teachers.Net Resources
Cheating Prevention – How To Prevent Cheating in Middle and High School
Prevent cheating and catch cheaters!
50 Ways to Deal with Dishonesty
More than fifty ways to prevent, detect, and respond to unethical student conduct by Tom Lucey
Cheating and the ‘Net Generation by Alan Haskvitz
As students become more tech-savvy, they become better equipped to implement more clever – and difficult to detect – methods of cheating. The author offers insight and ten methods teachers can use to level the playing field.
Cheating Isn’t the Problem, It’s a Symptom by Bill Page . As the story Atlanta Educators who were indicted in the standardized testing scandal is brought back, I would like you to consider three scenarios...
Who’s Cheating Whom? part 1 Alfie Kohn reports surprising factors related to student cheating. Also:
Who’s Cheating Whom part 2 – Cheating by students might say more about the nature of the assignment than it does about the students. By Alfie Kohn
How Students Use Technology to Cheat – and how their teachers catch them – PCMAG.com
Cheating? Really? Are you positive? by Nancy Norem Powell
Academic Honesty in Question
Cheating is sometimes a hard call and other times it is not even questionable.
Using Test “Cheat Sheets” to Enhance Student Learning.
Teachers share their student “cheat sheets” procedures