Campus Conversations: Academic Integrity

Add to Calendar 02/23/2016 12:00:0002/23/2016 13:45:0015Campus Conversations: Academic IntegrityFacilitated by: Ya You, Office of Learning Resources (OLR), Learning and Teaching Center (LTC) Nichole Lucas, Intensive English Program (IEP), Center for International Programs (CIP) Nicholas Taggart, Intensive English Program (IEP), Center for International Programs (CIP) Description: Transitioning into the academic and cultural setting of post-secondary institutions can be problematic for students, particularly in the area of academic integrity.  This is even more so for international students who may come from backgrounds that differ greatly from the academic and cultural norms of the U.S.  The facilitators of this presentation will guide participants through the challenges for students acculturating to the standards of academic integrity, how to address issues of academic misconduct through effective strategies of prevention, and ways to respond to academic misconduct.  Participants will have the opportunity to share their own experiences, successes, and challenges in dealing with this issue, as well as to brainstorm additional means of addressing it.   Participants will be able to:  • Identify and understand the challenges presented by conduct and behavior exhibited by students regarding academic misconduct: cultural, social, and academic underpinnings • Learn effective means for preventing academic misconduct through incorporating effective strategies of summative assessments and classroom management to promote academic integrity and support students’ learning • Discover and become familiar with available resources for responding effectively to academic misconductKU 310Susan Brownsbrown4@udayton.eduNo02/23/2016

Tuesday, February 23

Time: 12 p.m. — 1:45 p.m.

Location: KU 310

More Info:  https://www.udayton.edu/ltc/development/campus_conversations.php

Tags:  campus conversations

Facilitated by:
Ya You, Office of Learning Resources (OLR), Learning and Teaching Center (LTC)
Nichole Lucas, Intensive English Program (IEP), Center for International Programs (CIP)
Nicholas Taggart, Intensive English Program (IEP), Center for International Programs (CIP)

Description:
Transitioning into the academic and cultural setting of post-secondary institutions can be problematic for students, particularly in the area of academic integrity.  This is even more so for international students who may come from backgrounds that differ greatly from the academic and cultural norms of the U.S.  The facilitators of this presentation will guide participants through the challenges for students acculturating to the standards of academic integrity, how to address issues of academic misconduct through effective strategies of prevention, and ways to respond to academic misconduct.  Participants will have the opportunity to share their own experiences, successes, and challenges in dealing with this issue, as well as to brainstorm additional means of addressing it.

 

Participants will be able to: 

• Identify and understand the challenges presented by conduct and behavior exhibited by students regarding academic misconduct: cultural, social, and academic underpinnings

• Learn effective means for preventing academic misconduct through incorporating effective strategies of summative assessments and classroom management to promote academic integrity and support students’ learning

• Discover and become familiar with available resources for responding effectively to academic misconduct

Contact Information:

Name:  Susan Brown
Website:  https://docs.google.com/a/udayton.edu/forms/d/1Utzg9VsnenN0DD7BKdtj22EbO_02JyebkxT1yYBrH68/viewform
Phone:  937-229-3309
Email:  sbrown4@udayton.edu