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Unis are using artificial intelligence to keep students sitting exams honest. But this creates its own problems

The pandemic has driven the rapid uptake of programs that use artificial intelligence to monitor students sitting exams remotely. New research highlights the need for caution in its use.
Reports suggests many Australian children are forgoing Year 12 exams because they are too stressful. from

Are we teaching children to be afraid of exams?

In our efforts to support young people, we might be teaching them to be afraid rather than encouraging them to see exams as a positive challenge.
As exam season rolls around, many students are wondering what causes the dreaded mind blank. from

What causes mind blanks during exams?

Mind blanks are typically triggered in response to a perceived threat. The chemical process that takes place essentially clears out your working memory, quiets logical processes, and walls off memory.

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