Q: How can I reschedule an exam for just one student?
Answer: Depends upon the assessment tool you are using:
Tests & Quizzes - For the specific student you can create whatʻs called an "exception" within the testʻs settings. View this step-by-step tutorial that illustrates the process (this particular example shows how to give a student a different day and time to take the test).
Tasks, Tests, and Surveys - This tool uses a feature called "Special Access." View this step-by-step tutorial that illustrates the process.
Q: How can I know that the person, who is taking a test, is the very student who registered for the course?
Answer: As much as possible, have a series of assignments throughout the course with students writing that may have life experiences. You will develop a sense of a students' style. Because a student is working continuously throughout the project with frequent feedback all semester long, this leads the student having no need to plagiarize or cheat on the final exam or paper.
Answer: As much as possible, have demonstrations of knowledge in group projects where the students interact with each other.
Answer: A test can be proctored at a testing site from the link below. Students are required to show a picture ID and the proctoring staff have a testing code that they put in Laulima for the student. Here is the link to the list of proctors statewide. Faculty are required to submit a proctoring request form to set up this service for their students. Proctoring website.
A Question for You: In a traditional class how do you know that the person attending and taking the tests is really the person enrolled in the class? You really do not know.