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Fighting academic dishonesty with nothing more than penalties can have negative side-effects, such as alienating students who can change and improve their behavior or offending students who do not cheat at all. Instead of viewing the entire student body as potential cheaters, institutions should create a supportive environment in which students can learn through positive reinforcements. Offering resources is one way to do that.
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But even if you someone for a fair reason, but don't follow the correct procedure, it'll be unfair!
and I'll show you how you can 100% legally.
Breach of trust doesn't always justify dismissal. This is according to Ivan Israelstam, a labour law expert and the CEO of Labour Law Management Consulting.
He says when you discipline an employee for any form of dishonesty the issue of trust arises.
If you find your employee guilty, you have the right to claim there's now damage in the trust element of your employment relationship.
BUT, he says this doesn't necessarily mean that:
This is where the five questions come in.
Your right to a dishonest employee for breach of trust depends on the answers to a number of questions, says Israelstam.
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People often rationalize their own dishonesty by saying, "Thats the way the world is, so why should I be different?" What do you think of this reasoning?
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OC also has a (which integrates with Blackboard) to collect student assignments. Faculty love such applications, though the tools require support and training. We should remember, however, that while technologies to detect plagiarism keep improving, students are also finding newer and better ways to cheat. An instructor might focus chiefly on acts of academic dishonesty on the computer only to find that small memory devices and cell phones are being used instead. For example, students can text their answers to peers. Relying solely on technological tools can be risky, hence the need to balance them with other strategies.