Cheating in School is the definitive book on addressing and preventing the problem of academic dishonesty. Incorporating over thirty years of research, Stephen F. Davis, Patrick Drinan, and Tricia Bertram Gallant provide educators and laypersons with practical advice and insights for tackling this current epidemic. The facts about cheating, its causes, and its consequences are presented in clear and straightforward language. By presenting real student narratives combined with empirical research, the authors provide a roadmap to combating cheating in schools and creating a climate of academic integrity.
1 Cheating in Our Schools, Colleges, and Universities: A Critical Problem for the Twenty–First Century.
2 The Nature and Prevalence of Student Cheating.
3 Reasons for Academic Dishonesty: Situation, Disposition, and Changing Times.
4 From Cheat Sheet to Text Messaging: The Evolution of Techniques.
5 Short–Term Deterrents: Strategies for Class, Labs, and Online Testing.
6 Long–Term Deterrents: Development of Individual and Institutional Integrity.
7 The Call for Action and Wisdom: Conversations That Make a Difference.
8 Refining Our Tactics and Strategies.
9 An Optimistic (and Provocative) Conclusion: Finding the Good in Student Cheating.