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Is it Cheating or
Group Problem
Solving?
Cheat Sheet
Don’t kid yourself
Cheating doesn’t have to happen
Reinforce the right things
Swift consequences
Prevention wo...
Poll Question
Cheating is common in
EMS education.
Scenario: Question Recalls
Is this cheating?
Scenario: CE Articles
Is this cheating?
Scenario: Online Con Ed
Dishonesty in Online Courses
Dishonesty in Online Courses
• Different rules for online quizzes
• Rules not explicitly stated
• Scope was shocking
Cheating Definition
Scope of
Cheating
Research about Cheating
“Nearly every research report
on cheating … has concluded
that cheating is rampant.“
Cheating on T...
Cheating is a Pervasive Problem
Cheating at All Grade Levels
Cheating in School Student Reasons
• Others are cheating
• No honor code
• Required courses
• Heavy workload
• No clear ru...
Cheating by USAF Officers
Cheating by Fire Officers
Cheating in the Workplace
Cheating by Nursing Students
Cheating by EMS Students???
Poll Question
Which factor is mostly likely
to lead to cheating?
Cheating by Firefighter Recruits
College Placement Paid Test Takers
Cheating by EMT
Cheating by EMS Instructors
• Change answers
• Falsify records
• Provide information
• Ignore misbehavior
• Fail to enforce
Words have Meaning
The patient cheated
death
Know this for
the test
Use the “Clock”
method
You need to
know OPQRST
Scenario: Clinical Skills
Is this cheating?
Academic Dishonesty
Cheating
Plagiarism
Deception
Fabrication
Impersonation
Bribery
Any attempt to give or
obtain assistan...
Most Common is Plagiarism
Cheating Low and High Tech
Circumventing
Process
Unauthorized
materials use
Taking, giving , or
receiving
information
Cheating and Technology
• Tougher to define cheating
• Plagiarism is easier
• Reduces sharing friction
Limited Impact
of Barriers
Exam Stakes and Risks
High Stakes
High Risk
High Risk
Low Stakes
High Stakes
Low Risk
Low Stakes
Low Risk
Risk
Stakes
Prom...
Challenge to Accuse and Prosecute
Ingrained in the Culture
All for One,
One for All
Win Together,
Fail Together
Ends Justifies
The Means
Small Teams
Work In...
Computer Based Testing
Compromised by
poor questions,
poor security, and
poor oversight
Easy Access to Cheating Techniques
Solutions
Simple Solution
Announce penalties
for cheating
Ask students
NOT to cheat
We are Responsible
• Role model
• Discuss academic honesty
• Honor code
• Values education
• Student selection
• Appropria...
Role Model Academic Integrity
Discuss Academic Honesty
Wasting narcotics
without a witness
Scenario 1 Scenario 2 Scenario 3 Scenario 4
Falsifying
assess...
Institution Honor Code
Institution Honor Code
Academic Dishonesty Consequences
Appropriate Consequences
Downgrade
Fail assignment
Re-test
Fail class
School dismissal
Criminal charge
Permanent record
Values Education with I CARE
“The founders of the I CARE program
envision a world where individuals of all
ages understand...
Employee or Student Selection
• Behavior based questions
• Reference checks
• Past work performance
• Effective and secure...
Culture Change and Reinforcement
Focus on Competency
Reward Learning and Effort
Test Based on Objectives
Test Timing
KSA
Training
Complete
Competent?
No
Yes
Actual Group Problem Solving
Write Better Test Questions
What is the average heart rate of a
decompensated CHF patient?
a. 80
b. 90
c. 100
d. 110
e. Wh...
Write Better Test Questions
In 140 characters or less explain
airway management.
vs.
Demonstrate proper airway
management ...
Test High Level Knowledge
Situation analysis
Differentials
Actions based on
findings
Critique
performance
Mnemonics
Time i...
Cheating by EMT
Optimize Testing Environment
• Clear instructions
• Room set-up
• Required supplies
• Personally monitor
• Video record
• ...
Celebrate Ingenuity
Summary
Cheating is present
Cultural acceptance
Objectives matter
Simple actions
Complex strategies
Focus on competency
Questions
Search
Greg Friese MS, NREMT-P
Contact and Connect …
greg@centrelearn.com
717-227-4655 (office)
Twitter.com/gfriese
Blog.CentreLe...
Resources
• Plagarism.org
• ICAREValues.org
• International Center for Academic Integrity
AcademicIntegrity.org
• 2007 Ari...
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Is It Cheating or Group Problem Solving presented at MN Teaching and Learning Conference April 2014

Is It Cheating or Group Problem Solving presented at MN Teaching and Learning Conference April 2014. Presented by Greg Friese, MS, NRP

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Is It Cheating or Group Problem Solving presented at MN Teaching and Learning Conference April 2014

  1. 1. Is it Cheating or Group Problem Solving?
  2. 2. Cheat Sheet Don’t kid yourself Cheating doesn’t have to happen Reinforce the right things Swift consequences Prevention works Change the battle Test stuff that matters
  3. 3. Poll Question Cheating is common in EMS education.
  4. 4. Scenario: Question Recalls
  5. 5. Is this cheating?
  6. 6. Scenario: CE Articles
  7. 7. Is this cheating?
  8. 8. Scenario: Online Con Ed
  9. 9. Dishonesty in Online Courses
  10. 10. Dishonesty in Online Courses • Different rules for online quizzes • Rules not explicitly stated • Scope was shocking
  11. 11. Cheating Definition
  12. 12. Scope of Cheating
  13. 13. Research about Cheating “Nearly every research report on cheating … has concluded that cheating is rampant.“ Cheating on Tests: How to Do It, Detect It, and Prevent It
  14. 14. Cheating is a Pervasive Problem
  15. 15. Cheating at All Grade Levels
  16. 16. Cheating in School Student Reasons • Others are cheating • No honor code • Required courses • Heavy workload • No clear rules or consequences • Low risk of being caught and or punished • Higher incidence at less selective institutions
  17. 17. Cheating by USAF Officers
  18. 18. Cheating by Fire Officers
  19. 19. Cheating in the Workplace
  20. 20. Cheating by Nursing Students
  21. 21. Cheating by EMS Students???
  22. 22. Poll Question Which factor is mostly likely to lead to cheating?
  23. 23. Cheating by Firefighter Recruits
  24. 24. College Placement Paid Test Takers
  25. 25. Cheating by EMT
  26. 26. Cheating by EMS Instructors • Change answers • Falsify records • Provide information • Ignore misbehavior • Fail to enforce
  27. 27. Words have Meaning The patient cheated death Know this for the test Use the “Clock” method You need to know OPQRST
  28. 28. Scenario: Clinical Skills
  29. 29. Is this cheating?
  30. 30. Academic Dishonesty Cheating Plagiarism Deception Fabrication Impersonation Bribery Any attempt to give or obtain assistance Copying without proper acknowledgement Providing false information Falsification of date, information, or citations Assuming another’s identity Paying for information or access
  31. 31. Most Common is Plagiarism
  32. 32. Cheating Low and High Tech Circumventing Process Unauthorized materials use Taking, giving , or receiving information
  33. 33. Cheating and Technology • Tougher to define cheating • Plagiarism is easier • Reduces sharing friction
  34. 34. Limited Impact of Barriers
  35. 35. Exam Stakes and Risks High Stakes High Risk High Risk Low Stakes High Stakes Low Risk Low Stakes Low Risk Risk Stakes Promotional exam Certification exam Licensure exam
  36. 36. Challenge to Accuse and Prosecute
  37. 37. Ingrained in the Culture All for One, One for All Win Together, Fail Together Ends Justifies The Means Small Teams Work Independently
  38. 38. Computer Based Testing Compromised by poor questions, poor security, and poor oversight
  39. 39. Easy Access to Cheating Techniques
  40. 40. Solutions
  41. 41. Simple Solution Announce penalties for cheating Ask students NOT to cheat
  42. 42. We are Responsible • Role model • Discuss academic honesty • Honor code • Values education • Student selection • Appropriate focus • Change the evaluation method • Testing
  43. 43. Role Model Academic Integrity
  44. 44. Discuss Academic Honesty Wasting narcotics without a witness Scenario 1 Scenario 2 Scenario 3 Scenario 4 Falsifying assessments or treatments Sharing CE test questions and answers Incorrectly reporting attendance
  45. 45. Institution Honor Code
  46. 46. Institution Honor Code
  47. 47. Academic Dishonesty Consequences
  48. 48. Appropriate Consequences Downgrade Fail assignment Re-test Fail class School dismissal Criminal charge Permanent record
  49. 49. Values Education with I CARE “The founders of the I CARE program envision a world where individuals of all ages understand the importance of ethics and values as they pertain to a person's character and through their actions embody the values of Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Empathy in their daily lives.”
  50. 50. Employee or Student Selection • Behavior based questions • Reference checks • Past work performance • Effective and secure entrance exam • Inform of honor code
  51. 51. Culture Change and Reinforcement
  52. 52. Focus on Competency
  53. 53. Reward Learning and Effort
  54. 54. Test Based on Objectives
  55. 55. Test Timing KSA Training Complete Competent? No Yes
  56. 56. Actual Group Problem Solving
  57. 57. Write Better Test Questions What is the average heart rate of a decompensated CHF patient? a. 80 b. 90 c. 100 d. 110 e. Who cares!
  58. 58. Write Better Test Questions In 140 characters or less explain airway management. vs. Demonstrate proper airway management for this situation.
  59. 59. Test High Level Knowledge Situation analysis Differentials Actions based on findings Critique performance Mnemonics Time intervals Drug doses Facts
  60. 60. Cheating by EMT
  61. 61. Optimize Testing Environment • Clear instructions • Room set-up • Required supplies • Personally monitor • Video record • Remove bags, books, coats • Disable smart devices (phones, glasses, watches) • Confiscate electronics • Identity verification
  62. 62. Celebrate Ingenuity
  63. 63. Summary Cheating is present Cultural acceptance Objectives matter Simple actions Complex strategies Focus on competency
  64. 64. Questions Search
  65. 65. Greg Friese MS, NREMT-P Contact and Connect … greg@centrelearn.com 717-227-4655 (office) Twitter.com/gfriese Blog.CentreLearn.com
  66. 66. Resources • Plagarism.org • ICAREValues.org • International Center for Academic Integrity AcademicIntegrity.org • 2007 Arizona State Board of Nursing Statewide Nurse Educators Annual Conference

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