“Our goal really from the beginning was to administer the test, to make sure it is a fair test and that all students were operating under the same ruleset. It wasn't about catching cheaters. People have this idea that people online cheat more than they do in the classroom. And that's just not true from my experience. If you provide the proper supervision and replicate or make it comparable to the classroom, you're going to see students put in their best efforts. Truth of the matter is, it's a very, very small percentage of people who actually cheat.”
In this podcast, Dr. Rob Reynolds talks with Don Kassner, President of MonitorEdu, the third-party proctoring service that TEL uses for our courses. They discuss how online proctoring has evolved with technology, and why live proctoring can provide a better experience for the student and the school.