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A portion of a panel presentation presented at the WCET 2011 Conference.

A portion of a panel presentation presented at the WCET 2011 Conference.

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    2011 WCET - Ethical Behavior Panel Academic Integrity 2011 WCET - Ethical Behavior Panel Academic Integrity Presentation Transcript

    • Moderator: Matthew Prineas, Ph.D. Presenters: Shirley Adams, Ph.D. Scott Howell, Ph.D.Aligning Institutional Policies Lisa Marie Johnson, Ph.D.and Faculty Support Deborah Romero, Ph.D.
    • This presentation only includes the slides presentedby Lisa Marie Johnson, Ph.D..Questions? Contact me - @kuriousmind 2
    • Lisa Marie Johnson, Ph.D. Pearson eCollege Colorado Mountain College Colorado Community Colleges Online 3
    • • Who can I talk with about my skills and concerns?• What are the expectations in this class? That class?• Where is the policy and procedure information?• When do the policies matter?• Why aren’t they being punished? 4
    • Materials and Activities Set the Tone 1. Model Expectations 2. No-Stakes Options – e.g., Check My Draft 3. Collaboration 4. Guided Research 5. Formative Assessment 6. Just in Time Reminders – not threats 7. Reasonable Deadlines & Workloads 8. Discuss the Policies and Consequences 9. Explore honesty, ethics, and “academic integrity” 10. Student generated content and activities 5