Academic Honesty

Academic Honesty

Expectations regarding Academic Honesty are defined in the new Ontario Ministry of Education document titled “Growing Success: Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting in Ontario”…  reference pages 42-3.

Additional information is available in the Etobicoke School of the Arts Academic Honesty Manual. This document includes everything that Students, Parents, and Teachers need to know about our policy and procedures at ESA.

All Grade 9 students receive orientation and training in Academic Honesty, primarily through the Grade 9 Canadian Geography course.  However, all students, in all classes, in all grades are expected to continue the development of their research and inquiry skills throughout their high school career.  Individual courses are assigned responsibility for the continued development of these skills as students progress towards graduation.

Information to support student learning and the achievement of Academic Honesty can be accessed by using the drop down menu at the top of this page under Research @ Your Library.

 

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The Paul Robeson Library at Rutgers University has a really cute 3 part series of YouTube videos on Plagiarism which are well worth watching.
The titles include the following:
For some additional reading on the subject, consider:
Please also advise if any of the links breakdown (as is frequently the case with the internet!)