Choosing Academic Integrity Over Academic Misconduct: What We Can Do to Foster the Right Decision in these Challenging and Stressful Times
24th Annual Jon C. Dalton Institute at FSU on College Student Values: Promoting an Ethic of Care: Student Well-Being as a Priority for Higher Education / Tallahassee, FL
Stress among students is prevalent throughout higher education. Where success is measured by academic achievement, the never-ending quest for grades and pressure to achieve, combined with other, external demands, can create stress that leads students down a path of academic misconduct. This session will examine these stressors and academic misconduct, and explore measures that faculty and administrators can take to mitigate this all too-common occurrence, and by doing so, enhance students' well-being. The doctrine of in loco parentis will also be applied in examining the extent of the institution's reponsibility in fostering the right decision.
Seldine, Mark and Hill, Robert W., "Choosing Academic Integrity Over Academic Misconduct: What We Can Do to Foster the Right Decision in these Challenging and Stressful Times" (2014). Fischler College of Education: Faculty Presentations. 132.