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Cheating and Learning in the Modern Context

By Kareem Carr I feel that we are rapidly approaching a future where the maxim, ‘Cheaters only cheat themselves’, obtains. I have, of late, come to understand, perhaps only in small part, the prodigious resources open to the modern mathematical … Continue reading

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When Your Students Cheat

By Kareem Carr One of the least favorable aspects of formal teaching for me is the phenomena of cheating. It puts me in a role that I am least interested in pursuing. That is to say, I have to wield … Continue reading

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