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MS Teacher Resources: Academic Honesty

Links, resources and information that may be of use to teachers in their learning and instructional journey

Academic Honesty Overview

Academic honesty is defined as:  

  • The production of authentic work (i.e. based on one’s own ideas).  
  • Respect for intellectual property.  
  • Giving full credit to all sources used.  
  • An understanding of the differences between collaboration and collusion.  
  • Proper conduct in relation to all assessments.  
     

A full description of academic honesty including responsibility for students, teachers, MS SELT, and parents is provided in detail in the MS Handbook for Students and Parents
 

Guides that can help with Academic Honesty

Academic Honesty Poster