It‘s Never Too Early to Start with Academic Integrity

It‘s Never Too Early to Start with Academic Integrity
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It‘s Never Too Early to Start with Academic Integrity

16. 06. 2019

Material languages:

English

File content types:

Workshop

File type:

Document

Recommendes:

ENAI recommended

Academic Integrity Workshop for Secondary School Teachers

Workshop outline

Note: the workshop is also available in a form of a webinar “Integrity as a classroom”.

1. Plagiarism and academic integrity

  • Objectives:
    • Clarify the terms “plagiarism” and “academic integrity”.
    • Discuss the borderline of plagiarism over specific examples.
  • Approximate duration: 60 minutes
  • Materials:
  • Presentation: Where is the borderline of plagiarism?
  • Working paper: Where is the borderline of plagiarism? – print as handouts for the students
  • Suggested: white-board or flipchart to write down the results from the discussion over the examples of plagiarism.

2. Copyright in teacher’s work

  • Objectives:
    • Use correctly sources created by other authors.
    • Easily share your work with the other people and protect your rights.
    • Understand the Creative Commons licenses and know how to use them.
  • Approximate duration: 30 minutes
  • Materials:
  • Presentation: Copyright in teacher’s work
  • Suggested: browser with the page https://org/choose projected to the audience, to show the use of Creative Commons for own work.

3. Contract cheating

  • Objectives:
    • Understand what is contract cheating and its prevalence.
    • Know tips how to detect it.
    • Know tips how to prevent it.
  • Approximate duration: 60 minutes
  • Materials:

4. Conclusion

  • Questions for discussion:
    • What are your take-aways from this workshop?
    • What is the core idea you will share with your colleagues?
    • How did the workshop influence your teaching practice? Is there anything you will change tomorrow?

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