Tuesday, November 17, 2009


'...that rather than looking to change how students behave, educators should instead look into themselves and find out if they are the ones contributing to the problem.
“...cheating can be curbed, because I honestly think that students cheat if they feel that it’s impossible. And impossibility is a result of demanding too much output when you haven’t even put much in to begin with. If you’re a good educator, students won’t feel the need to cheat.”' (Trick or cheat By RONALD S. LIM: November 12, 2009)

I agree with her.. If only teachers could make the subject fun even if the lesson itself is boring... and if they can teach us in a not stiff way and brightly... then students wouldn't even dare cheating.