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Digital Cheating

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Academic Dishonesty: Digital Cheating in the 21st Century

 

Overview:

Personal technologies have been real game-changers for schoolwork. Information has never been easier to access and computers provide powerful
tools for presentation, collaboration, and creativity. Many believe that the mobile phone also has potential as a learning tool. But an unintended
consequence of these versatile technologies is that they've made cheating easier.
Although cheating has been going on for years, cell phones and
the Internet offer new opportunities for unethical behavior. 

 

Workshop Handout  

 

 

Reflection:

1. Why do younger and younger kis want cell phones?

2. What is the right age for a child to have their own cell phone?

3. How do kids use cell phones differently than adults?

4. Which features (cameras, texting, ring tones, Internet access) pose the biggest challeges for kids, families, and schools?

5. Which features are appropriate for kids and at what age?

6. What are the benefits - and drawbacks - of your child having his or her own cell phone?

7. What challenges or concersn have you faced with your own children and cell phones? How have you handled the situation? 
    What worked? What didn't?

 

Conferences:

1. San Antonio ISD Tech Fiesta, April 2010

2. San Antonio ISD Parent Summit, September 2009

 

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