Teaching assistants and instructors have the responsibility to discourage students from cheating and to appropriately deal with cheating when it is detected.When students cheat, faculty can no longer fairly assess student work. Instructors and teaching assistants can reduce the incidence of cheating by paying specific attention to how they communicate their expectations to students, how they prepare their exams, and how they administer their exams.
As a result of engaging in this PD Pod, trainees will be able to:
•Gain an understanding as to why and how students may cheat in and outside of the classroom
•Recognize criteria that may inadvertently promote cheating in a college classroom
•Identify specific steps to reduce or minimize the chances of cheating in the classroom
•Apply strategies and techniques to minimize cheating within the classroom
Coffee and donuts will be provided
February 15, 2019 from 9:00 am to 10:30 am
Location: Martin Hall E-106
He is currently serving as the Graduate Outreach Lecturer in the University Libraries.
Robert Freeman received a Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications from Ball State University in 2009 and a Master’s in Information Science from Indiana University – Bloomington in 2012. He began his career in higher education shortly after graduating IU as a multimedia specialist producing videos about faculty research at the Center for Media Design at Ball State. He became an Information Services Librarian at Trine University in 2013, providing information literacy instruction and research services for the subjects of business, education, and health sciences. Prior to joining Clemson University, he served as a Librarian for the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services at the University of Cincinnati. He joined the Clemson University Libraries in the summer of 2018 as a Graduate Outreach Librarian focusing on online programs in the behavioral, social, and health sciences.
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