If you are a student, teacher or parent, please forgive me. The epidemic has been a litmus test for schools.
While exam times have always been tough for students, now remote test-taking involves a new kind of pressure: special monitoring software that sees eye movements, listens to whispers and tracks online activity to make sure students Are alone with the computer. t fraud. Schools want to make sure everyone is treated fairly and no one gets unfair benefits, but turning students’ own computers into cheat-detectors – with services like ProctorU, HonorLock and Proctorio – is a strange and potentially painful new generic. .
Sometimes software does it wrong. Some students who say they were mistakenly considered cheaters have joined together and fought back. But what happens when he is just a student? The New York Times is working on an article on how schools handle automated reports of “suspicious” student behavior during exams. We want to hear about your experience.
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