Supervised Coursework done only in class for new A Levels/GCSEs? How....
With the new Music and Music Technology A/S Levels this year, and new versions of other exams coming next year, how are you planning on making sure that the students can only do their coursework in the allotted supervised hours?
They can't work on their coursework outside their allotted hours so we don't want them to be able to save their work to their own USB sticks/Network drive etc.
We are thinking of making a very locked down user logon, which the member of staff will log on to all the PCs in the classroom. It will have no access to any network storage. No access to their School email. Then give each student will be handed a USB stick from their teacher at the begginning of the lesson on which they can save their work. It must then be handed back to that teacher at the end of the class.
Ideally no access to the internet (so they can't get to personal emails Hotmail etc to store the file).... but I would think they will need access to so that they can do some of their work.
What ideas have you guys come up with so far to solve this dilemma?