Cheating Helps Student Learn Better

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Cheating Help Students Learn Better
A major concern among college students, high school students, professors and teachers is imitation. Most students are unaware of what exactly mimicry. They all have general ideas, but most do not know how far it extends. On the other hand, teachers and professors aware of how to handle the situation. All the advances in technology and the World Wide Web makes it easier for students to pass from one another as their own work. Impersonation can be defined as the use of other words or ideas without stating the source of information. This not only includes the words or ideas, but the pictures, graphs, charts, and statistics. -The only case in which the quote is not necessary when the fact is common knowledge that can be found in various places and most people know about. Students who imitate from the internet, do not consider it really imitation. They feel that because it is not a hard copy of the work that it really does is wrong. This goes back to the idea that today's students are not even sure what that should be considered fraud. With the creation of the World Wide Web, students have the ability to access large amounts of information at a much faster speed. Years ago, for impersonation students had to spend hours searching through books to copy information from paper writing. Today's Internet contains a wealth of information about the topic, which is almost impossible to not find what you are looking for. There is also a website that specializes in providing students with the paper. Task of copying from the internet has become so popular that according to a study found in Education Week, 54% of students admitted to copying from the internet. Common than mimicry has evolved so much from the past decade that becomes difficult to control. Although, imitation has become so easily accessible, the same cannot be said for catching counterfeiters. There is too much information to the World Wide Web, that it makes it almost...
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