Encouraging Integrity: Using course design to create an anti-cheating classroom culture

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

For some instructors, maintaining academic integrity in the classroom can be a persistent worry that leads to implementing third-party tech solutions. Teaching during the pandemic has revealed that these solutions trade one set of instructional challenges for another, but there are ways to mitigate the challenges presented by academic dishonesty while encouraging deeper learning and student engagement. This session explored the reasons students cheat, and provided strategies for building a classroom culture of learning through course design and harnessing students' intrinsic motivation. This session benefited instructors who want to address topics of academic integrity by developing a classroom culture of trust.

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