Cheating doesn’t exist anymore


Friends cheating, whispering to each other during exam in college.

Saying that “cheating doesn’t exist anymore” in learning, Senior LERN Leaders meeting in Tucson are proposing LERN create 21st-century competencies and attributes for your program’s students and customers.

The demise of cheating is one example of new learning skills for the new economy, with collaborative learning being shown to be more productive than individualized study and even test taking.

Other new forms of learning emerging are adaptive learning, group problem solving, students creating content, students leading discussions, and other more engaging and interactive methods to help lifelong learners in the 21st century.

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