The reduction of cheating rate in online exam in Thailand


The reduction of cheating rate in online exam in Thailand

Cite this article as: Arunrangsiwed, P. (2020). The reduction of cheating rate in online exam in Thailand. Retrieved from https://sw-eden.net/2020/04/08/cheating-online-exam-thailand/

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Because the online course, online submitted assignment process, and online examination could bring about many kinds of academic dishonesty, the teachers of future class should find the new strategy to reduce the chance of cheating. If students have to submit the online assignment as graphic files or papers, they should use their own account to submit it. In fact, to use their own account might not be enough, because they could let other finished the work for them and sent them the file first.

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My friend or the teacher who sits right next to me in my office thinks that to give a very difficult assignment or examination should decrease the cheating rate of online course. However, I think that students could still hire the professional to complete the task for them. He might be right in some cases, but I disagree with his idea. I think I should design a simple task. Students do not need to be the expert in software using or theory, but they needed to express their idea or attitude toward some social issues related to the class. That might be one of the strategies to reduce the level of academic cheating. If you, the reader of this journal, got some idea to diminish the academic cheating, please provide me with your comment(s) below.

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class students online learning COVID-19 crisis examination Thailand

class students online learning COVID-19 crisis examination Thailand

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