Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Academic Honesty: What is It? - Section 3: The Classroom Flow: Academic Honesty in Action Class Discussion


Please see my short video for some tips on how to have academic honesty conversations with individual students throughout the year!  They include:

  • avoiding the vague label of "cheating"
  • frame the conversation in relation to personal integrity and the importance of protecting it
  • position this incident as a learning experience rather than a condemnation of their character
  • follow through with consequences and communicate objectively with parents


  Tips for Continuing the Conversation on Academic Honesty
  Adjustments to Practice: Tips for Continuing the Conversation on Academic Honesty
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Academic Honesty: What is It?

Unit 1: Unit 1: Introduction to our Classroom and The Scope of Biology
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: Students will be able to articulate and apply academic honesty guidelines in their written work.

Big Idea: Use open ended questions about potential cheating scenarios to open up a discussion and awareness of academic honesty policies and guidelines!

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Science, Classroom Culture and Climate, Life Science/Biology, Academic Honesty, discussion norms/protocols
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