There is a strong possibility that next year I will have tables instead of desks. This means that I will have 3-4 students at each table. How can I ensure that they don't cheat? I've considered using those tri-fold privacy things that I bet we all used when we were in elementary school. My concern is that while their work may be shielded from each other, it will also be shielded from me, so I won't have any idea what's going on behind the privacy folder (cell phone, notes, etc.). I know that it would be great if I could design my assessments so that students were creating unique products, but that isn't going to work for me for most assessments. In the first and second levels of my subject area, the content is a lot of vocabulary, basic grammar, and other lower-level thinking. It would be next to impossible for me to design individualized assessments for each student on any sort of regular basis. I have to have a way to assess basic fact and vocab memorization. Any ideas for me?