Preventing Cheating, Data Sharing and Promoting Equality

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This recording was part of the Lab Summit Speaker Series in which lab instructors shared their experiences on a variety of topics from student engagement to equality, accessibility and the future of education.

In this session, Anthony Moeller from the University of Iowa, and Christopher Wostenberg from California Northstate University discuss challenges and solutions around group work.

Group work is beneficial in most courses, but essential to most higher education laboratory courses. However, group work also makes it notoriously easy for some students to do nothing, and others carry the entire load while everyone in the group receives the same grade.

Anthony and Christopher offer perspectives on fostering a healthy, collaborative environment in lab groups to prevent cheating, data sharing and unequal group work that can lead to burnout and resentment among your students.

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