Ways to Deter Cheating in Your Online Classes

Nice short visual online tutorial, which can help with ideas…:



2 Comments on Ways to Deter Cheating in Your Online Classes

  1. Plamen Miltenoff
    October 11, 2014 at 5:45 pm (6 years ago)

    Cheating Isn’t the Problem; Cheating Is a Symptom
    By Bill Page

    The U.S. educational autocracy is an incestuous, bureaucrat “top down” nightmare rigged against effective teaching that uses its authority to refuse to accept accountability and fallibility for the teaching, which they control and supervise. Now, while we need a complete and thorough evaluation of what some initial media reports named “The Atlanta Mess,” school officials have an opportunity to go directly to the root cause of its problems. Characteristically, they will, no doubt, divert the investigation to a full focus on symptoms, primarily concerned with covering their posteriors and placing blame instead of uncovering the real problems.

  2. Plamen Miltenoff
    March 28, 2016 at 11:33 pm (5 years ago)

    Topics Covered

    In How Can Course Design Help Prevent Online Cheating?, you’ll discover how Dr. Tobin’s three-part model—trust, verification, and observation—can actually make it easier for teachers to detect cheating and intervene early to address it.

    After watching the video, viewers will be able to:

    Identify dishonest learner behaviors
    Apply various tactics to specific course events that encourage honesty
    Analyze borderline or suspicious learner actions
    Create expectations of academic honesty in their courses

    You’ll see the importance of repeatedly stressing integrity-building statements and directions. You’ll learn where to strategically place them so that students really absorb and integrate them in their daily learning lives. Dr. Tobin will give practical tips throughout the presentation for implementing these strategies efficiently. Buy your video now.

    Benefits of Viewing

    Learning how to build trust with your students can nurture honest behavior and empower them to participate fully in your online courses.

    When you view this presentation, you’ll benefit by seeing how to: Harness the power of an honor code to instill student integrity
    Use verification for bonding students to your academic integrity goals
    Observe whether students are showing their knowledge and skills ethically
    Check student work with big databases—and when not to
    Revise assignment schedules to catch and correct inadvertent cheating early
    Rely on proctors to monitor, both directly and indirectly

    Sample documents, rubrics, and recommended resources that come with this video will aid your ongoing efforts. Besides slashing the risk of student cheating, the techniques you’ll discover in this presentation can actually help you guide your students to become better, more ethical learners. You’ll instill them with behaviors to deepen their educational experience and sharpen their internal moral compass.


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