This morning when I was on my google reader, I found an article from another blog that I am subscribed to cooperative catalyst. It is entitled, 10 Ways to Cheat-proof Your Classroom. What I really enjoyed about this article was the philosophy of education that was hidden behind the list. I also found it interesting that within the list of ten, were two topics that myself and my fellow peers have had recent blog posts on; the controversy of no homework was listed, as well as not giving students zeros. At the top of this list it was discussed how a trusting relationship in itself will help reduce cheating. I do believe this to be true from my own personal experience of the effort that I feel the need to put forth, even at the latest hours of the night, when I will be handing it in to a professor whom I respect. Overall, the list covers many practices for a classroom that I believe would provide for an amazing learning environment for all.