Engineering professor in the Philippines asks students to create anti-cheating hats The professor had been amused by images she saw on Facebook: Students in Thailand wearing paper hats with blinders to prevent cheating. Her students created their own hats and wore them to an exam.

Engineering professor in the Philippines asks students to create anti-cheating hats

Engineering professor in the Philippines asks students to create anti-cheating hats

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The professor had been amused by images she saw on Facebook: Students in Thailand wearing paper hats with blinders to prevent cheating. Her students created their own hats and wore them to an exam.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Steve Inskeep. A professor was amused by images she saw on social media. Students in Thailand wore paper hats with blinders to prevent cheating. So this engineering professor in the Philippines asked her students to make their own anti-cheating devices. Photos show the future engineers wearing all kinds of crazy gear. Some wore decorated boxes on their heads. Another put tubes over his eyes. Another just wore a motorcycle helmet. It's MORNING EDITION.

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