How can you stop students from cheating?

03/14/2010 | Washington Post, The

Washington Post education columnist Jay Mathews argues that smart teaching is the best way to stop student cheating. He writes in this blog post that an emphasis on conceptual learning will allow fewer opportunities for copying another student's work. Another idea is to create a team atmosphere in the classroom -- allowing students to feel that their actions matter to the rest of the group.

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