Technology's Impact On Learning Bibliography

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(2003, June). Retrieved from NSBA.org: http://www.nsba.org/sbot/toolkit/tiol/html
Focuses on ways that technology impacts learning and cheating; especially in realm of Internet sourcing. Teachnology can have an extremely positive and proactive effect upon the learning cycle, but it can also contribute to cheating. It is easier, for instance, to find internet sources, copy materials from pre-done papers, and use cell and smart phones or laptops to cheat. However, for the most part, technology robustly contributes to a stronger and more robust learning paradigm.
Anderman, E., & Midgley, C. (2004). Changes in self-reported academic cheating across the transition from middle school to high school. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 29, 499-517.
Peer reviewed article in which data suggests that self-reported cheating is on the rise based on student's view that "everyone does it." As students mature, the issue of academic cheating becomes more ingrained within their psyche and behavior pattern. Younger children, for instance, are more likely to self-report and self-manage cheating than older children, and often in the high-school experience, cheating becomes more accepted.
Cahn and Markie. (2008). Ethics: History, Theory, and Contemporary Issues. New York: Oxford University Press.
Academic text that outlines basic premises of ethics and how they apply to contemporary life. General survey text of…
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