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Prevention Of Digital Cheating

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  • 1. A Student’s Digital Life • 93% of kids 12 to 17 are • If Facebook were a online country, it would be the • More than 13 hours of 5th most populous in videos are uploaded to the world YouTube every minute • The average 2- to 11- • A majority of teens view year-old streams more their cell phone as the online video than their key to their social life parents—nearly two hours per month Created by Steve Gregor
  • 2. Goal • Parents will develop a deeper understanding of how the opportunities for students to violate academic integrity have proliferated with the increased use of digital media, enabling them to better monitor the “digital life” of their children to promote academic success. Created by Steve Gregor
  • 3. Objectives • All participating parents will identify the potential uses of digital devices, such as iPods, cell phones and MP3 1 players, for cheating on school work. • All participating parents will differentiate between right and wrong behavior when presented with 2 scenarios of digital citizenship. • All participating parents will develop strategies for monitoring the digital life of their children, promoting 3 academic integrity and preventing cheating. Created by Steve Gregor
  • 4. Participants • Parents of middle or • Staff technology trainer, high school students other teachers or supervisors who are advanced proficient in technology Created by Steve Gregor
  • 5. Preparation Materials: • Sign-in sheets based on • Copies of A Family Guide to registration Digital Citizenship • Name tags generated • Computers with Internet through a mail merge access • Guest user names and • Copies of Digital Citizenship passwords to gain access to Compass computer network • Copies of Digital Citizenship • Refreshments Passports • Handouts, including scenarios and other informative materials Created by Steve Gregor
  • 6. Delivery A Family Guide to Digital • Improper Academic Use Citizenship will contain of Digital Media the following resources: (cheating) • Digital Citizenship in the • Ten Strategies to Help 21st Century Your Child Avoid Digital • Nine Characteristics of Cheating the Digital Citizen • Hi-Tech Cheating: Cell • Statistics on Frequency Phones and Cheating in of Student Use of Digital Schools: A National Poll Media Created by Steve Gregor
  • 7. Compass of Digital Citizenship Right I don’t know if it’s Depends on the right or wrong situation It’s an individual As long as I don’t choice get caught Wrong Created by Steve Gregor
  • 8. Levels of Learning: Cognitive Preview the survey online by clicking: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=9bwprKy35PWQiv_2f5Ijjufg_3d _3d Created by Steve Gregor
  • 9. Levels of Learning: Affective • Making better snack Evaluating choices based on nutritional value • Express appreciation for African music as Application a contributor to rock and roll • Listening to others’ Knowing points of view Created by Steve Gregor
  • 10. Levels of Learning: Psychomotor Creating • Build a computer from the proper components • Arrange a model showing Application the human configuration of a slave ship during the Middle Passage • Choose the fabric that Knowing would provide the proper amount of elasticity in making a garment Created by Steve Gregor
  • 11. Instructional Objectives • Teachers use objectives • Objectives usually have as a means of having 3 parts students learn in the – Behavior expected of the three domains student • Objectives can be which – Conditions under written to encourage is the student behavior low to high levels of demonstrated learningof mastery – Level required Created by Steve Gregor
  • 12. How Is Behavior Specified? • Teachers use action verbs to express desired behavior – Speculate – Modify – Recommend – Estimate – Produce Created by Steve Gregor
  • 13. How Are Conditions Specified? • Teachers describe the • Teachers describe the situation materials provided – During your lunch – Using a road map of the period, survey at least 10 United States, locate all students to find out their major cities located near experience with the junction of tectonic community service plates Created by Steve Gregor
  • 14. How Is Mastery Specified? • Teachers set certain standards for students to achieve – Write an editorial about the Boston Massacre from the British viewpoint with less than three mechanical errors – Select the best locale in Africa for the next Summer Olympics, insuring that adequate fresh water, a suitable transportation network and stable political system are in place Created by Steve Gregor
  • 15. Are some objectives more important than others? • Some goals have a higher priority than others • Teachers consult several sources to determine the priority – Curriculum Guides – Textbooks – Supervisors – Colleagues – Specialists in the field Created by Steve Gregor
  • 16. What Can Students Do? • Identify their own learning styles • Recognize which styles works best for them Click here to launch video • Seek activities that on Learning Styles appeal to their learning styles Created by Steve Gregor
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