On July 9-11, in Long Beach, California, one of the most fun and informative education conferences is going to take place — Canvas InstructureCon 2019. Increasing student success and learning about the power of technology to impact education are among the main objectives of the event.
Sunshine, palm trees, and parties combined with edtech innovation, inspiring keynotes and professional development await you, education junkies!
InstructureCon 2019 conference promises to share plenty of educational insights with its visitors. This year’s schedule is full of illuminating sessions, exciting edtech updates, and nightly parties.
Plagiarism these days is an ever growing problem. According to Unicheck statistics, nearly 58% of students admitted to plagiarizing just in the last year. From simple copy-pasting to using essay mills, – the possibilities are endless. Because of that, more and more institutions are actively seeking effective solutions to the problem. But before looking for an answer, we must take a better look at the question, and try to understand the reasoning behind cheating and ways educators can empower their students and promote better writing practices.
Student plagiarism is nothing new these days. With conventional school still grading students based on the outdated assessment standards, learners concentrate their attention solely on the formal side of obtaining credits and the degree. Multiply it by the open accessibility of materials over the Internet and get the growing level of plagiarism in student works.