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Teaching Integrity: Effective Responses to Cheating

Featured Higher Education Presenter: Tricia Bertram Gallant, Ph.D.

Whether you're catching students copying each other's exams, fielding transparent excuses for missing work or hearing about the latest business executive to run afoul of the law, it seems cheating is everywhere.

Prevention Through Education

In Teaching Integrity: Effective Responses to Cheating, Dr. Tricia Bertram Gallant shows you how changing your approach to cheating can keep it out of your classroom, and give you tools to deal with it when it does.

The key is teaching students about academic integrity. Bertram Gallant will show you how to get students involved with ethics, paving the way to a lifelong commitment to a culture of integrity.

Changing Your Approach, Changing the Response

Here's some of what you'll learn in Teaching Integrity: Effective Responses to Cheating:

  • How to see if your teaching style promotes cheating, and modify it as needed
  • How you can model academic integrity to inspire your students
  • How to change your response to cheating to create teachable moments.

Who will benefit from this seminar?

Cheating affects all disciplines and educational institutions. New faculty and seasoned pros alike can benefit from this audio online seminar. If you're in one of the following positions, this session is for you:

  • Professor
  • Associate Professor
  • Assistant Professor
  • Lecturer
  • Adjunct Faculty.

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