In this episode, the instructional designers from Academic Innovation (Steven Crawford, Jinnette Senecal, Celia Coochwytewa, and Aaron Kraft) with special guest Babette Kraft (Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College) identify various acts that students may commit that are considered as “cheating” and discuss why students may choose to cheat on an assignment or in a course. We then describe course design approaches could help minimize cheating.
Resources from the episode:
- Will They Cheat? Do They Like the Course? Inside Higher Ed (October 6, 2017)
- They Once Cheated in Class. Now They Teach. The Chronicle of Higher Education (October 10, 2017)
- Neil deGrasse Tyson. Twitter Post (April 14, 2013)
- McCabe, D. L. (2009). Academic Dishonesty in Nursing Schools: An Empirical Investigation. Journal of Nursing Education 48(11). DOI: 10.3928/01484834-20090716-07
|Babette received her MA in Organization, Information, and Learning Sciences from the University of New Mexico. Prior to working as an Instructional Designer for Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University, she lived and worked in both China and Japan, where she taught English as a Second Language in face-to-face and online settings. She currently supports the online EdD program in Leadership and Innovation and the MEd in Education Technology.|
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