Compostion and Rhetoric
October 17, 2014
Many essays have been written about the consequences of cheating, whether college level o at high school. People who cheat on tests, essays, o assignments find themselves facing repercussions such as failure, suspension, expulsion, and lack of credibility. If a person cheats once, they most likely will do it again in the future. What may be the case of academic cheating? Factors such as stress, procrastination, and lack of study skills ay led to cheating. When It comes to cheating in school, the phrase “everyone’s doing it” is no far from the truth (Cisek, 1999; Jensen, Arnett, ...view middle of the document...
Thics must be used. Ethics are “the principles that define the boundary between right and wrong” (Bovee, 2011.p24)
So what is classified as the journey of academic integrity policy? Here are a few examples; A college student beak into a professor’s office and steals answers to a test, or a student fabricates lab data and is flunked for the course, and lastly the graduate student plagiarizes his master thesis and is removed from the college program the student initiates the appeal of dismissal through a readmission committee. These instances often happen and are handled by different administrative processes that aren’t even designed to handle matters of cheating and plagiarism. When these things occur, faculty and staff discuss better methodologies to handle these issues. When talking about the “Journey” method, a group of faculty and staff discus campus integrity culture and what actions to take when it occurs.
What are some strategies that help students to not cheat? ...