A Simple Cheating-Prevention Idea, for Teachers with Students Sitting at Tables

With just two pieces of cardboard and a pair of scissors, you can partition a table which seats four into four sections — one per student. This makes cheating much more difficult, and that’s a good thing for everybody. No tape is needed; each piece of cardboard holds up the other one.

cardboard privacy screens for tables of 4 students

Other materials can be used as well. For one-time use, posterboard is adequate. For something more permanent, wooden boards are recommended.

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6 Responses to A Simple Cheating-Prevention Idea, for Teachers with Students Sitting at Tables

  1. teachezwell says:

    That’s SO much better than file folders!

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  2. teachezwell says:

    Reblogged this on Teachezwell Blog and commented:
    This simple design is also a great way to provide a private space for kids at a group table. This is far better than floppy file folders! Thanks, Dr. Pi!

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  3. Kathryn McAuley says:

    This is funny!

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  4. Kathryn McAuley says:

    I’m sorry if I offended you. I hit the reply button instead of forward. It was a private thought between my husband & I.(sorry)

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  5. No apologies needed; I’m not offended. 🙂

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