Detecting and Preventing Classroom Cheating: Promoting Integrity in Assessmentby Gregory J. Cizek
Pub. Date: 03/21/2003
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Because cheating increases in direct proportion testing as surely as smuggling does in proportion to tariffs, Cizek (educational measurement and evaluation, U. of North Carolina-Chapel Hill) offers teachers, principals, school board members, and policy makers a collection of information on the rising practice and its prevention. He writes in a conversational tone unbroken by citations, and includes practical illustrations of the sort he, and presumably other teachers, have encountered in classrooms. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Table of Contents
Series Editors' Introduction
About the Author
Chapter 1. What Do We Know About Cheating in the Classroom?
Chapter 2. Why Is Cheating a Problem?
Chapter 3. How Does Cheating Occur?
Chapter 4. How Can Cheating Be Detected and Addressed?
Chapter 5. How Can Cheating Be Prevented?
Chapter 6. What Are the Next Steps?
Resource A: Glossary
Resource B: Resources Used to Cheat
Resource C: Resources to Help Deter Cheating
Resource D: Sample Cheating Policies and Honor Codes
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