Academic Cheating in the Classroom

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Academic Cheating in the Classroom

  1. 1. Academic Dishonesty<br />A discussion on the importance of cheating in our classrooms and how to approach it<br />
  2. 2. Academic Dishonesty<br />Copied homework assignments <br />Internet Plagiarism <br />Online Translation <br />Stronger student domination and helping <br />
  3. 3. Negative Influence of Academic Dishonesty for Students <br />Students are learning less <br />Weaker foundation for later education<br />Negative life-skills<br />Incapable of future work <br />Not reaching their potential <br />Students can’t be judged accurately <br />Proper credit isn’t given to ALL students <br />
  4. 4. Teacher Influence <br />How do teachers promote cheating?<br />How can teachers grade/award students appropriately?<br />Why does cheating make our jobs easier? <br />How do we encourage bad reputations at our schools? <br />
  5. 5. How can we make a difference?<br />Treat students like adults and explain the importance of the topic<br />Set the tone early in the year by handing out an academic policy contract and have students sign it <br />
  6. 6. Classroom Control<br />Take away all supplies but writing utensils<br /> Frequently change tests <br />2 minute time outs<br />Give assignments that can’t be plagiarized and are specific to their lives if possible<br />Give group grades to force all students to work and get the same grade<br />

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