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Noel Averruz EN1420 07-16-15 For Discussion Pg. 157-158 How does this essay challenge our commonly held assumptions about academic cheating? I believe that academic cheating is usually thought as an individual student bringing in the answer to tests in some form or another as to not be caught by the teacher. It also is thought of as students secretly gaining access to the “teacher’s edition” books and or materials. It also implicates the teacher and the T.A. as part of the problem because they allow it by ignoring even when they are aware of its occurrence. How does a cause-and-effect explanation that includes a role played by teachers change the way we typically think about this phenomenon? It implies that teachers are in on the occurrence even if it’s just by being aware of the problem and not doing anything about it. It also shows the lack of discipline and responsibility by the institution’s members (teachers in particular) in not showing more interest in teaching and giving
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