A helpful meta-analysis of research on academic motivation gives clarity.
Great article, great information. Thank you.
Do students today care that cheating is not only wrong, but it also is depriving them of an education they are paying to receive? Cost/Benefit ratio? What about the cost of paying a huge amount of money to learn little to nothing?
Good article. The issue of cheating happens when same questions are recycled at different times during the semester. Or if the main grading components are given to be taken home. I recognize many will not cheat, but it increases the probability of cheating and at least knowing the kind of question asked. Many suggest that cheating does not affect other students as grading is not on a curve. I do not buy that argument. I hardly have any issues with academic integrity during an in class test but do regularly with take home projects.