The percentage of US college students who admit or observe cheating has grown steadily for at least fifty years, to the point where every instructor in higher education should expect to encounter academic misconduct on a regular basis. While institutional policies require instructors to enforce an academic conduct code in their classes, new and graduate student instructors are typically unprepared or unwilling to confront cheating in their courses. This case presents a doctoral student instructor’s dilemma when he observes a student cheating, exploring the instructor’s responsibility for academic integrity the resources available to assist instructors concerned with this issue.
Academic Misconduct: The Instructor’s Responsibility
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- Publisher:International CHRIE
- Publication year:2015
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- Discipline: Employee Training & Development, Decision Analysis
- Contains:Teaching Notes
- Length:2,010 words
Region:Northern AmericaCountry:United States of AmericaIndustry:EducationOriginally Published In:2015). Academic misconduct: The instructor’s responsibility. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Cases, 4 (2), 35– 41., , & (Type:Online ISBN:9781529711233Copyright: © 2015 International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (ICHRIE). All rights reserved.