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  • Academic Dishonesty

    the evaluation process. (teachers.ausd.net/cordero/cheating%20policy.doc‎) Based on previous studies cheating is more common among adolescents than many people believe. Studies estimate that as many as 85% of students engage in some type of academic dishonesty before graduating from high school. And as time goes by the rate of cheating continues to grow. (http://insidedateline.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/04/29/11412162-why-do-kids-cheat-facts-about-cheating?lite) There are also different factors that

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    Academic Dishonesty When was the last time you cheated on a test? 60.8% of polled college students admitted to cheating. On that same poll‚ it revealed that 16.5% of them didn’t regret it. academic dishonesty is any type of cheating that occurs in relation to a formal academic exercise. Academic dishonesty may harm you in more ways than you may think. Academic dishonesty can harm individuals in many ways. Students who cheat even once‚ are more likely to engage in cheating in the future‚ which

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  • Academic Dishonesty

    Academic honesty is being able to say that your work is truly yours. This means that you did not copy someone else’s work‚ or claim other’s works as your own. Academic dishonesty is a very serious problem and should be reported immediately. If someone is aware of a good friend’s academic dishonesty‚ that person should report his/her friend despite their friendship because cheating does not only demonstrate dishonest work‚ but also reveals a flaw in character. When schools and employers look for

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    Students in today’s generation are having trouble understanding plagiarism and the consequences that come along with academic dishonesty. A reoccurring disturbance is students plagiarizing admissions essays for universities. Penn State had to reject sixty-three applicants due to unethical essays this past year (Lavelle‚ 2013‚ para. 1). Other schools are battling the same issue. Plagiarism is estimated to grow even more within the nation in the years to come. However‚ what schools are looking

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  • Academic Dishonesty: an Epidemic

    Academic Dishonesty: an Epidemic As a current college student and recent high school graduate‚ I am well aware of the presence of academic dishonesty‚ or cheating‚ in the classroom. The International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI) defines academic dishonesty as “representing someone else ’s work as your own. It can take many forms‚ including sharing another ’s work‚ purchasing a term paper or test questions in advance‚ paying another to do the work for you” (Integrity Statistics). With the

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  • Academic Dishonesty 10

    Academic Dishonesty Academic Dishonesty “To cheat or not to cheat‚ that is the question.” This modified statement‚ borrowed from the soliloquy in Shakespeare’s Hamlet‚ aptly denotes the ethical dilemma faced by all students. The majority of students endeavor to conduct themselves in an upright manner. Yet the harsh reality is that many learning institutions‚ from high schools to universities‚ are becoming rife with academic dishonesty. The advent of technology has created a tantalizing

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  • The True Cost of Academic Dishonesty

    The True Cost of Academic Dishonesty Sims (1993)‚ a major researcher in the area of academic dishonestly‚ defines academic dishonesty as any act that gives any person an unfair or unearned advantage in an academic setting. While means such as cheating‚ plagiarism‚ fabrication‚ and bribery may raise a students grades‚ the consequences are concerning. An investigation of studies shows that academic dishonesty limits educational intuitions and negatively influences an individual’s future behaviour

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  • Academic Dishonesty: Internet Cheating

    Academic Dishonesty: Internet Cheating AET/510 August 19‚ 2012 Dr. Gregory W. Dlabach‚ Ed.D Academic Dishonesty Academic dishonesty is an “intentional act of fraud” by which a student claims credit for the work of another without authorization (Pincus & Schmelkin‚ 2003). These intentional acts fall into these classification‚ plagiarism‚ cheating‚ and academic misconduct. Plagiarism is the intentional act of presenting work as though it where their own. Examples of plagiarism include;

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  • College Students and Academic Dishonesty

    Cheating‚ or academic dishonesty‚ may be something we have all done at one time or another‚ in some way‚ shape or form. So‚ what is the reason behind it? Are students being lazy or possibly scared of failing? Or‚ could it simply be that they desire more free time to indulge in the socially enjoyable aspects of college where hours of research and writing doesn ’t exactly fit into some students “schedules”. All of these are reasons are for academic dishonesty but none of them are right. Academic dishonesty

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  • Academic Dishonesty: Quiz Questions

    Take Test: APA Style and Academic Dishonesty Quiz Name APA Style and Academic Dishonesty Quiz Description APA Style Overview Presentation and Academic Dishonesty Quiz Instructions Select the appropriate for each question. Multiple Attempts Not allowed. This Test can only be taken once. Force Completion This Test can be saved and resumed later. Question 1 1. APA style is a set of documentation standards that provides the rules for how to cite your research sources and how to format

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