Principal says HSC students should be allowed to Google answers
The principal of one of Sydney’s highest-ranked schools says students should be allowed to Google their responses during HSC exams.
The head of Rose Bay’s Kambala, Shane Hogan, believes the current exam is outdated and should be modified to reflect real-world scenarios.
He thinks the exams should be taken on a computer or phone and students should be able to access the internet.
Mr Hogan tells Ben Fordham “it’s time for an overhaul.”
“There’s no depth in their learning, there’s no passion in their learning, it’s merely a race to the finish line.
“We all grab our phone as soon as we’re asked a question… let’s let them use the tools that they will really use when they’re out in the workplace.”
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