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  • 1. information sharing in the 21st century you, your kids & Plagiarism Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org www.edutopia.org/images/graphics/plagiarism.jpg
  • 2. sticky ideas?
  • 3. plagiarism is happening at your school
  • 4. you can detect it
  • 5. working to prevent it makes you a better teacher
  • 6. “Today’s students are no longer the people our educational system was designed to teach.” Marc Prensky
  • 7. Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman 2007
  • 8. Stand and find two other people
  • 9. assuming kids are different, how might that impact how you teach? does plagiarism really happen?
  • 10. any good war stories?
  • 11. HS cheating jumped from 58% to 97% from 1969 to 1989 80% of college-bound admit to cheating / 95% don’t get caught 38% of HS and college students report using Web to cheat Center for Academic Integrity
  • 12. Turnitin.com ©2004
  • 13. Turnitin.com ©2004
  • 14. Helen Keller 1892 Alex Haley 1976 Kansas City Piper HS 2001 Stephen Ambrose 2002
  • 15. Colin Powell 2003 Jayson Blair 2003 Wichita KS pastor 2004 Kaavya Viswanathan 2006
  • 16. Paper due on Monday!?
  • 17. online paper mills
  • 18. questions for discussion
  • 19. problem?
  • 20. is it? what problem?
  • 21. “I’m not really sure but I know it when I see it!”
  • 22. share your definition with one new friend
  • 23. “When students submit work purporting to be their own, but which in any way borrows ideas, organization, wording or anything else from another source without appropriate acknowledgement of the fact, the students are guilty of plagiarism.” University of Kentucky 1998
  • 24. different types?
  • 25. fraud willfully submitting work done by someone else
  • 26. patchwriting phrases from a source text patched together into new sentences
  • 27. failure to cite not acknowledging sources
  • 28. failure to quote no quotation marks for direct quotation Rebecca Moore Howard University of Maryland
  • 29. cryptomnesia remembering without being aware of it Richard Marsh University of Georgia
  • 30. but why?
  • 31. lazy it’s easier to copy!
  • 32. lazy it’s easier to copy! lack of time work outside school, class load, home situation
  • 33. lazy it’s easier to copy! lack of time work outside school, class load, home situation fear of failure “my skills aren’t good enough, so only way to pass the class”
  • 34. competition / grades scholarships, college admissions, parental pressure
  • 35. competition / grades scholarships, college admissions, parental pressure lack of knowledge we shouldn’t assume
  • 36. competition / grades scholarships, college admissions, parental pressure lack of knowledge we shouldn’t assume lack of enforcement unclear & inconsistent policies, fear
  • 37. Mark Pett ©2000
  • 38. signs of plagiarism?
  • 39. back to “war stories” suggestions to prevent reoccurrence?
  • 40. don’t assume
  • 41. don’t assume ensure district policy is clear & available avoid the “death penalty” provide clear examples
  • 42. “Breaking the Academic Honesty policy is defined as any act in which a student obtains or provides help on an assignment that is to be completed solely by the student. This can be done in such ways as plagiarizing, copying, using unauthorized devices or any other act that is deemed to be dishonest.”
  • 43. practice citation with students
  • 44. practice citation with students assign age appropriate work
  • 45. practice citation with students assign age appropriate work don’t take it personally
  • 46. go to “paper mills” with your students
  • 47. go to “paper mills” with your students focus on the process of learning
  • 48. go to “paper mills” with your students focus on the process of learning educate parents
  • 49. so be both . . .
  • 50. idealistic discuss ethics & character mashups are good realistic enforcement quality assignments
  • 51. the “perfect” plagiarism proof assignment looks like?
  • 52. “Build beautiful cathedrals.” Doug Johnson
  • 53. assignment characteristics: specific personal choice collaborative cross-content
  • 54. student-designed graphic organizer 4 page newspaper resumes comic strip & cartoons
  • 55. student-designed graphic organizer - Inspiration 4 page newspaper - Pages or Wordpress blog resumes - Word comic strip & cartoons - Comic Life
  • 56. illustrated children’s book & cover problem-based learning movie script & ads
  • 57. illustrated children’s book & cover - Google Earth problem-based learning - Historical Scene Investigation movie script & ads - PhotoStory3
  • 58. community service projects document-based questions video games
  • 59. community service projects - Teachertube document-based questions - Footnote video games - Wii
  • 60. whadda’ you got?
  • 61. final advice?
  • 62. review your district policy
  • 63. review your district policy rethink & revise the work you design
  • 64. review your district policy rethink & revise the work you design be a role model
  • 65. reflection • one piece of bad news • two pieces of good news • three next steps
  • 66. “Genius borrows nobly.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • 67. www.socialstudiescentral.com
  • 68. have more questions? contact: Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com View presentations at: slideshare.net/glennw98