Cheating v. Social Media

As more and more fiscal impacts affecting schools – we are seeing faculty being asked to teach larger classes with less resources. What is a growing concern is the lack of academic support these changes will play – to take a class designed for 30 – 40 and adapt it for 120+ changes the ability for me to respond in a more personal way. But it also impacts the potential for cheating. Now as a faculty who is not test driven – being more inclined to engaged learning – the potential is here; This is from Mar/Apr issue of Psychology Today; Cheating: Are We Having the Right Discussion?

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