Guiding Students from Cheating and Plagiarism to Honesty and Integrity: Strategies for Change
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Academic Integrity Pledges -- Acculturating Students to Integrity within Canadian Higher Education
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But where the first volume focused on honor codes and careful monitoring of student tests and written assignments, their latest work is a call to arms: students, teachers, administrators, librarians, and parents must make a concerted effort to change school culture from one that ignores or tolerates cheating into one where every effort is made to value, encourage, and support honesty. Each chapter offers quick and easy access to practical ideas and actions that can be taken off the page and into the classroom or home situation.
It is a myth that the struggling students are the ones who are more likely to cheat just to get by. The impact of honour codes and perceptions of cheating on academic cheating behaviours, especially for MBA bound undergraduates. Accounting Education: An International Journal, 21 3 , The mission of the university. Toronto, ON: Government of Ontario.
Robinson, J. Building a culture of academic integrity: What students perceive and need.
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College Student Journal, 5 1 , Scanlan, C. Strategies to promote a climate of academic integrity and minimize student cheating and plagiarism. Journal of Allied Health, 35 3 , Schwartz, B.
College students perception of and response to cheating at traditional, modified, and non-honour system institutions. Sledge, S. Assessing honor code effectiveness: Results of a five year multipronged approach from a five year study. Research Practice in Assessment, 5, Stanlick, N. Creating an honors community: A virtue ethics approach. Journal of the National Honors Council, Velasco, M. More than just good grades: candidates' perceptions about the skills and attributes employers seek in new graduates.
Journal of Business Economics and Management, 13 3 , Yu, H. A study of individual factors. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer. Keywords: Canada, academic integrity pledge, higher education, academic integrity culture, Health Sciences,. Abstract Academic integrity, and its associated values, are an essential aspect of cultures that provide a foundation for conduct and behaviour of all members within higher education.
References Barber, J. Milton, C. Ethics and academic integrity.