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Rating scales & progress measurement All Learners Session

Academic Dishonesty on Xreading: A Cautionary Tale

Sat, Aug 14, 10:15-11:00 Asia/Tokyo Day 3
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Xreading is very useful for assessing students’ progress, but as with any digital technology, teachers need to be aware of unscrupulous students who may try to cheat. The presenters will provide useful tips to minimize cheating, detect cheaters, and effective strategies to deal with students who have been caught cheating.

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Recording of Presentation

  • Paul Goldberg

    Paul Goldberg has taught English as a foreign language in Venezuela, Spain, Korea, the US, and most recently at Kwansei Gakuin University, in Japan. His main areas of interest are extensive reading and extensive listening. Paul is the founder of Xreading, which he developed because of his desire to make graded readers more accessible for students, and extensive reading programs easier for teachers to manage. Email: paul@xreading.com.

  • Thom Rawson

    Associate Professor, Department of International Tourism