Cheating or plagiarism by students is attempting to take credit for someone else 's work, using unauthorized materials, or otherwise acting to deceive the evaluator in an assignment, project, or test.
Consequences of plagiarism or cheating:
Students who engage in plagiarism or cheating are subject to punishment, which can include but are not limited to:
No credit for the assignment or test in which plagiarism or cheating occurred
Removal from the course
Completion of alternative assignment with partial or no credit
Disciplinary measures for plagiarism or cheating are initially at the discretion of the teacher after consultation with school administration. Decisions will be based on the …show more content…
use quotation marks when using another’s words and give credit to that source. use his/her own words as much as possible when writing. The easiest way to not be tempted to plagiarize words is to take notes in phrases—no matter how eloquent the writer is.
This policy is designed to enhance and enrich the academic and ethical education of students at Indiana Online Academy. The information outlined in the following policy is intended to provide students with guidelines to enable academic judgment, develop integrity, and preserve honor.
1. Directly Copying the work of another person without using all of the following: (1) quotation marks, (2) proper credit immediately following the quote, and (3) listing any sources on the “works cited” page at the end of the assignment.
2. Paraphrasing the ideas of another person without using all of the following: (1) proper credit immediately following the paraphrase and (2) listing the source on the works cited page at the end of an assignment.
3. Using and failing to properly credit any work or answers that have been written, created, or developed by another person. This includes work or answers that have