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Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Today’s PBIS Topic: Academic Honesty Additional Information: Clubs at BCHS Ready Respectful Responsible.

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1 Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Today’s PBIS Topic: Academic Honesty Additional Information: Clubs at BCHS Ready Respectful Responsible

2 PBIS on Cheating Ready Be organized. 5-P’s. Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance. Knowing what is due and when prevents panic, stress, and the temptation to cheat. Respectful Support the School’s Honor System. Responsible Take Charge of Your Learning. Accept that it is your responsibility to seek help if you lack understanding.

3 Academic Dishonesty Statistics on Cheating

4 Below is an interesting College News Show’s Look at Academic Dishonesty? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpPnjWP59 MU

5 What Does the BCHS Handbook State about Cheating? Academic Dishonesty (Cheating) Cheating can be defined in many ways. The following list represents forms of cheating that will be dealt with: Taking information of any form into a test situation for the purpose of responding to test items or for the purpose of assisting others in responding to test items. Plagiarism. Copying an assignment, including homework, notebooks, book reports, or other work which will be assigned a grade. After taking a test, providing information to an individual who has yet to take a test over the same material. Talking during test situations, or exchange of information during a test situation. When substantial proof has been obtained that a student or group of students has been involved in cheating, the student(s) will receive a zero on the assignment or test, the parents will be contacted, and the student will be referred to the Assistant Principal.

6 What is the Punishment at BCHS for Cheating? Consequences for cheating: – Removal from BETA Club and the Honor’s Program. – Grade of zero on the assignment. – Phone call to parents/guardians. – 1 day ISS for 1 st offense. Repeating offenses of cheating through grades will move the student up the discipline ladder with increasing consequences (see the discipline ladder).

7 Types of Electronic Plagiarism 1. CLONE: An act of submitting another’s work, word-for-word, as one’s own. 2. CTRL-C: A written piece that contains significant portions of text from a single source without alterations. 3. FIND–REPLACE: The act of changing key words and phrases but retaining the essential content of the source in a paper. 4. REMIX: An act of paraphrasing from other sources and making the content fit together seamlessly. 5. RECYCLE: The act of borrowing generously from one’s own previous work without citation; To self plagiarize.

8 Types of Electronic Plagiarism (continued) 6. HYBRID: The act of combining perfectly cited sources with copied passages—without citation—in one paper. 7. MASHUP: A paper that represents a mix of copied material from several different sources without proper citation ERROR: A written piece that includes citations to non-existent or inaccurate information about sources. 9. AGGREGATOR: The “Aggregator” includes proper citation, but the paper contains almost no original work. 10. RE-TWEET: This paper includes proper citation, but relies too closely on the text’s original wording and/or structure. Ten Types of Plagiarism. Retrieved on August 24, 2014 from blog/10-types-of-plagiarism-and-academic-cheating/

9 PBIS on Cheating Ready Be organized. 5-P’s. Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance. Knowing what is due and when prevents panic, stress, and the temptation to cheat. Respectful Support the School’s Honor System. Responsible Take Charge of Your Learning. Accept that it is your responsibility to seek help if you lack understanding.

10 Preventive Maintenance to Avoid the Temptation to Cheat Focus on the learning. Not the Grade. Be organized. – Use your phone’s calendar. Input assignment and test due dates. Organize Study Partnerships Talk to your Teacher – Make appointments to make up work from absences – Ask them for help if you are confused.

11 Clubs At BCHS 1)CTAE clubs 2)Academic Clubs Clubs will typically meet once a month during Homeroom on Fridays

12 Clubs & Sponsors at BCHS Sponsors: Mr. Miles & Dr. Scott Annual Dues: $20 First Meeting: Friday 8/29/14

13 Clubs & Sponsors at BCHS Sponsor: Ms. Burnette Annual Dues: $20 First Meeting: Friday 8/29/14

14 Clubs & Sponsors at BCHS Sponsor: Ms. Stephanie Taylor Annual Dues: $20 First Meeting: Friday 8/29/14

15 Clubs & Sponsors at BCHS Sponsor: Ms. Debra Roberts Annual Dues: $20 First Meeting: Friday 8/29/14

16 Clubs & Sponsors at BCHS Sponsor: Mr. Brent Johnson Annual Dues: $20 First Meeting: Friday 8/29/14

17 Clubs & Sponsors at BCHS Sponsor: Ms. Gwen Tyre Annual Dues: $20 First Meeting: Friday 9/5/14

18 Clubs & Sponsors at BCHS Sponsor: Mr. Mike McClintock Annual Dues: $20 First Meeting: Friday 9/5/14

19 Clubs & Sponsors at BCHS Annual Dues: $15 Invitation Only: First Meeting: Friday 9/5/14 Sponsor: Mr. Eddie Mosley

20 Clubs & Sponsors at BCHS Annual Dues: $20 First Meeting: Friday 9/5/14 Sponsor: Dr. Debbie Wooten


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