Faculty can find themselves focusing a great deal of energy on issues of academic honesty, a by-product of the fact that they have had direct experience with students cheating in their classes. James Lang’s new research, which draws on findings from cognitive theory, explores how learning environments can incentivize student cheating, and offers strategies which make cheating less worthwhile while improving student learning. Cheating Lessons provides practical solutions for improving academic honesty in our classrooms. Join the CAT in a university-wide discussion on how Lang’s work can be applied to your classroom practices.
This book group meets for three sessions:
Registration for the first session will serve as registration for the subsequent sessions.
Note: This book is available online through Temple libraries.