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Applying Intercultural Concepts to Academic Integrity
Pedagogy Not Policing: Positive Approaches to Academic Integrity at the University (2009)
  • Michael B. Smithee
Abstract

This chapter explores how the U.S. classroom is affected by the presence of international students with respect to academic integrity. It also explores the responsibility of the students and the faculty in establishing a clear understanding of the character of the U.S. classroom methods of teaching and learning, and the rules for assessing student learning.

Keywords
  • academic integrity,
  • intercultural concepts,
  • international students
Publication Date
2009
Editor
Tyra Twomey, Holly White, & Ken Sagendorf (eds)
Publisher
The Graduate School Press of Syracuse University
ISBN
978-0-9777847-4-5
Citation Information
Michael B. Smithee. "Applying Intercultural Concepts to Academic Integrity" SyracusePedagogy Not Policing: Positive Approaches to Academic Integrity at the University (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/michael_smithee/2/