Pedagogy, Not Policing

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  • Copyright: 2009-06-01
  • Publisher: Syracuse Univ Pr
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Pedagogy, not Policing is born out of a shared belief in the twin values of quality teaching and community effort. Bringing together the voices of graduate and undergraduate students, TAs, faculty, and other members of university communities, it asks and addresses such questions as what Academic Integrity (AI) is, what roles it plays in our colleges and universities, whom it serves, and what practices nourish and/or jeopardize it. The contributors will both challenge what you think you know about AI and offer pragmatic, concrete tools for how to promote it in classrooms.

Author Biography

Tyra Twomey is a doctoral candidate in composition and cultural rhetoric at Syracuse University. Holly White is pursuing her Ph.D. in religion at Syracuse University. Ken Sagendorf is the deputy director for faculty development and an assistant professor of biology at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Forewordp. xi
Editors' Introductionp. 1
Theory in Practice: What is Academic Integrity, and What Are Its Implications for Teachers and Students?p. 5
Academic Integrity and Intellectual Autonomyp. 7
Freshman Composition as Disaster Responsep. 19
An Air of Integrity: Building a Preventative Classroom Environmentp. 27
Buying A's and Counting FTEs: Plagiarism, Consumerism, and the Economics of Higher Educationp. 35
The Science of Cheating: A Psychologist's Perspectivep. 43
Atheists and Evangelical Zeal: The Dilemma of Plagiarism and Originalityp. 49
Graduate Students as Studentsp. 55
Ethical Issues in Graduate Writingp. 57
Academic Integrity in the Mentoring Relationship: A Sampling of Relevant Issuesp. 67
The People Behind the Policiesp. 77
A Reflection on Plagiarism by a First-Time Instructorp. 79
Letter to My Teaching Assistant: Academic Integrity from the Student Athlete's Perspectivep. 81
Learn to Hate Dishonesty Without Becoming Emotionally Involvedp. 85
Academic Integrity from Behind the Administrator's Deskp. 91
Culture and Academic Norms: An Exploration of the Import of Cultural Difference on Asian Students' Understanding of American Approaches to Plagiarismp. 97
Integrity in Assessment: Strategies for TAsp. 107
Ten Strategies to Encourage Academic Integrity in Large Lecture Classesp. 111
Temptations in the Large Lecture Class: Concrete Measures to Help Students Practice Academic Integrityp. 117
Applying Intercultural Concepts to Academic Integrityp. 125
The Dreaded Laboratory Reportp. 135
Detecting and Preventing Cheating During Examsp. 141
What's the Deal with Turnitin?p. 149
Contributorsp. 157
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