Faced with university travel bans and course rosters full of students who were counting on study abroad programming and credit hours, Karen Edwards and Sandy Strick of the University of South Carolina, and Tori Ellenburger of Australia’s Deakin University, shifted gears from globetrotting to web surfing with barely a tap on the clutch pedal.
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#36: Made to Measure
Academic integrity shouldn’t begin with crime and punishment. It should start with sense and sensibility. Dan and Kieran discuss some of the problems inherent when students are measured with isolated assessments that prioritize performance over mastery.