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Take the Zero… Helping College Students Have a Healthier Way of Thinking About Grades

By Jennifer Wright
08/07/2018 on Teaching Professor

…Every student at my university who is found in violation of academic misconduct is automatically sanctioned to the office of Integrity and Ethical Development, where we attempt to move students forward from this experience in a dignified, gracious, and positive manner….Must register to read full article here.

By | August 10th, 2018|Categories: Client Articles, Turnitin|Tags: |

Teachers, We Don’t Have to Be Martyrs

By Natashia Hill
07/25/2018 on Education Week Teacher

…But teachers need not be martyrs to transform the lives of their students. Valuing ourselves doesn’t mean we love kids any less. As professionals, it’s time for us to shift unrealistic perceptions and demand more respect and compensation for the life-changing work that we do…Read full article here.

By | August 1st, 2018|Categories: Client Articles, Turnitin|Tags: |

Cheating 2.0: How to Fight Back Against ‘Contract Cheating’

By Dennis Pierce
07/21/2018 on Getting Smart

….Plagiarism detection services such as Turnitin, which allows educators to compare students’ written work with a massive database of content published online, proved to be an effective deterrent—and this has forced a change of business model…Read full article here.

By | August 1st, 2018|Categories: Client Articles, Turnitin|Tags: |

Unizin Adds Student Writing Data to its Data Platform for a Clearer Portrait of Learner Success

07/19/2018 on Campus Technology

…By mining data from Turnitin Originality Check, the Unizin Data Platform will be able to generate insights into how student writing progress and performance are linked to graduation rates….Read full article here.

By | July 20th, 2018|Categories: Client Articles, Turnitin|Tags: |

Incentivizing Great Behavior in Challenging School Settings

By: Wayne D’Orio
07/13/2018 on Getting Smart

…As the initiative caught on with students, staff noticed the change in their demeanor. The number of students late for every period has plummeted from 200 to about 15, the number of students who are tardy to school has plummeted from 619 (at the beginning of the school year) to 56, and the number of fights involving three or more students has decreased from 16 in 2015 to just three in 2016, […]

By | July 18th, 2018|Categories: Client Articles, Hero K12|Tags: |

The value of service learning

By: Jill Stafford
07/12/2018 on Smart Brief

…We now use an electronic system from x2VOL to track all of this data, which was a giant leap forward. And as of 2018, our students can order an Official Service Transcript to tie their service together in one neat, verifiable package….Read full article here.

By | July 18th, 2018|Categories: Client Articles, x2vol|Tags: |