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SESSION 8:Issues using the internetfor teachers and students PXGT 6110 UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA,FACULTY OF EDUCATION 4th Sep 2008
Issues Using Internet for Teachers & Students *Internet Plagiarism: A Teacher's* Combat Guide http://www.citejournal.org/vol1/iss4/currentpractice/article2.htm
What Is Plagiarism? • refers to the presentation or submission of the work of another, without citation or credits, as your own work
Common types of plagiarism : • Submitting another student's paper with or without that student's knowledge • Copying a paper or paraphrasing information from a text without proper documentation. • Purchasing and turning in a paper from a peer, research service, or term paper mill. • Downloading and submitting a paper from a 'free term paper' Web site (Hinchliffe, 1998).
HOW DOES A TEACHER DETECT THE PLAGIARISM ?
THERE ARE 6 SUGGESTIONS
1. UNUSUAL FORMATTING • strange margins • skewed tables • mixed subheading styles • peculiar use of capitalization • page NUNBER or DATE • letters or words whited out
2 Notice mixed paragraph styles and various skill levels of writing: • jargon • advanced vocabulary usages
3 Review the references used in the paper: • Check the dates • Check the time frame of the events • see if the references are available at your school
4 Refer to the original assignment: • if the paper is about the assigned topic • it contains the information that was required • if the paper contains extra information that was not required
5 Review the citation styles: • Some MLA and some APA (mixed) • If there is a lack of references or quotations and the paper contains well-written information
6 Look for dead giveaways: • web printouts with the URL • date in the corner • messages at the end • the name on the title page and make sure that it matches subsequent pages
Well, after recognizing that there are varies ways to ‘cheat us’. As a teacher, do you have any strategy to prevent PLAGIARISM ?
strategies to prevent PLAGIARISM
CONCLUSION practicing the strategies to prevent it Knowing exactly what plagiarism IS learning the clues to detect plagiarism Web has made Plagiarism even easier can aid teachers in detouring plagiarism
References • http://www.citejournal.org/vol1/iss4/currentpractice/article2.htm • http://web.ubc.ca/okanagan/nursing/programs/policies/plagiarism.html • http://www.ncusd203.org/central/html/where/plagiarism_stoppers.html
DISSCUSIONS: 1 Do you think that as a teacher, we can play our role to prevent plagiarism in the school? What is your suggestions? 2 When you, again, as a teacher, while finding your student is plagiarizing documents from the net to complete their project, what is your action?
WEBSITE DESIHN THEORY http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/webcrit.html
OBJECTIVITY VARIETY OF CONTENT
Currency & COVERAGE LINK , UPDATED & FOR ANYONE
Psychology of Learning Theory Social Constructivism
Vygotsky awakes our eyes culture and community in learning. His theory presents: radical idea that our very thought and intelligence is really not our own. It’s the product of history and culture.
fun cultural history learning negotiate appreciate
References • http://184.108.40.206/search?q=cache:PDOVKKuhFnIJ:www.unco.edu/cebs/psychology/kevinpugh/349-3/vygotsky_const-web.ppt+Social+Constructivism%2Bpowerpoint&hl=zh-TW&ct=clnk&cd=10 • http://projects.coe.uga.edu/epltt/index.php?title=Social_Constructivism#Social_Constructivism_and_Instructional_Models • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constructivism_(learning_theory) • coe.winthrop.edu/educ602/06_ROLO/PRES_FULL_learning_theory_jones.pdf –