[plt-scheme] answers in list archive

From: maxigas (maxigas at anargeek.net)
Date: Wed Dec 17 18:28:29 EST 2008


i totally agree with you.

hehe.. i remember those years in secondary school when i used some BASIC code to write my French
homework.  if a language teacher gives homeworks that can be so easily turned into algorhytms
that's already bad.  :P


From: Neil Van Dyke <neil at neilvandyke.org>
Subject: Re: [plt-scheme] answers in list archive
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2008 14:15:42 -0500

> Shriram Krishnamurthi wrote at 12/16/2008 02:06 PM:
> > You could augment DrScheme to record every keystroke.  Cheating cases
> > presumably tend to be characterized by a large paste operation
> Sounds somewhat analogous to math exams in which you have to turn in all your scratchpaper.
> I'd say that a respected honor code -- rather than technological surveillance -- is the way to go.
> PLT could teach not only better thinking, but better character. :)
> Neil
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