Ugh. But the state tests are MC, and our assessments must mirror them to help prep students. So there will be a need for anticheat software as long as these tests exist. You can sprinkle some essay/short answer in, but MC tests aren’t going anywhere soon.
Or… you could design online assessments that don’t require simple fact-based answers. As an Online Learning Coordinator for a district, we are actively trying to move away from multiple-choice assessments in an online setting. They just aren’t logical and it seems like the content of this video is trying to fight against 21st century technology instead of actively utilizing it. I suggest redesigning the actual assessment before putting this much effort into using technology to block technology.
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