The Sound of Ideas
I enjoyed being a part of “The Sound of Ideas” radio broadcast today on 90.3 WCPN, Cleveland’s Public Broadcasting station. The subject was cheating and my part of the program was on how technology has aided some sophisticated kinds of cheating. We also discussed how technology can help break us out of the old-fashioned mode of memorization-based assessment that may encourage cheating. You can watch the broadcast at this link.
In the picture, right to left, Maureen Neville from Parma City Schools, Michael McIntyre, the host of The Sound of Ideas, and me.