How educators can prevent student cheating

11/19/2012 | Huffington Post, The

There are several steps that educators and parents can take to help curb cheating among students, says Denise Pope, Challenge Success co-founder and a senior lecturer at Stanford University School of Education. In this interview, Pope says that cheating could be reduced if assignments are personalized or in-depth responses are required. She adds that it could decrease if students have favorable impressions of their teachers and identify positively with their schools.

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