Many faculty face a range of emotions when we discover that a student has cheated. We may react with anger or wonder if we could have done something to help avoid the situation, and we also must decide how best to deal with the offending student. For this “flipped workshop”, participants will watch a 20-minute presentation from James Lang, author of Small Teaching and Cheating Lessons. We will then meet in person to discuss and extend the ideas presented in the video.
[Note: participants must activate their account to access the 20-Minute Mentor videos; if you have not already done so, please follow these registration directions (you must have an SDSU email address).]
As a result of participating, faculty will be able to…
Manage your emotions appropriately when confronting a cheating student
Describe key research findings regarding best response practices
Design a research-based response system for academic integrity violations
This event is part of the CTL series Academic Integrity. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
* Graduate students are welcome to attend all CTL events, space permitting. If an event fills up, GTAs will be moved to the waitlist in the order in which they registered.