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            Atlanta International School Academic Honesty Policy Rationale

            As reflected in our , other ethical issues, and good academic practice for referencing sources. Teachers will not only teach academic honesty but will also model good practice. Administrators will support them in this effort. Parents also have a role to play by becoming informed of the expectations placed on students and supporting these practices. Together, all community members, working under the same understandings, will create an environment that promotes academic honesty.

            List of 5 items.

            • Primary Years Program Policy

              Academic Honesty in PYP
              The Learner Profile and the attitudes are the basis for the development of academic integrity in our students.

              • Students take responsibility for their own work.
              • Students work individually unless otherwise instructed.
              • Students recognize the difference between individual work and group work.
              • Students give credit to other people working in the group.
              • Students do not copy other people’s work.
              • Students reference sources according to agreed-upon (age-appropriate) bibliographic formats for each grade. 
              • Students use information technology and library resources responsibly.
            • Middle Years Program Policy

              Academic Honesty in MYP
              The MYP strives to create principled, balanced learners per the IB Learner Profile through a focus on intercultural awareness, communication, and holistic learning. Because of these areas of focus in the MYP, students will often be working in collaboration with their peers and using sources from experts all over the world to respond to the MYP unit questions. Therefore, we expect students to meet the following expectations:

              • Students are expected to work together, to recognize and encourage contributions of others in the group.
              • Students are expected to know that the purpose of an assessment, summative or formative, is to show what they know, understand, and can do and must provide their own work.
              • Each group member takes responsibility for his or her roles/tasks and ensures that the other members of the group understand the task and their responsibilities.
              • When a product is required from a group, the product should reflect each member’s contribution.
              • Each student’s work should be explicitly acknowledged.
              • Each student is capable of reflecting on his or her participation and the participation of the other members of the group.
              • Students are able to reflect on the group’s processing and communication.
              • Students will always appropriately give credit to any outside research used to inform their product.
            • Diploma Program Policy

              Academic Honesty in the DP
              “The Diploma Programme (DP) requires academic rigor and active involvement in all aspects of the curriculum [. . .] Behaving and learning in an ethical way means students will observe to following practices” (“Ethical Practice in the Diploma Program” 1).

              In the DP, students will work individually to complete DP required assessment tasks as well as in groups. In addition to the references to group work listed in the MYP Academic Honesty Policy, DP students are expected to meet the following expectations:

              • Students are expected to complete all of the work submitted for assessment in the DP according to the DP Policies.
              • Students know that the purpose of an assessment, summative or formative, is to show what they know, understand, and can do and must provide their own work.
              • Students understand what constitutes plagiarism and use the tools, such as TurnItIn.com, Noodletools, MLA resources, and the 五福彩821ccapp librarians to properly cite any sources, images, data, and/or ideas.
              • Students must also recognize that any behavior or activity that gives them unfair advantage goes against the 五福彩821ccapp’s and IB’s philosophies. Activities like this include the following:

                • Using an electronic device to store information to retrieve it during a testing situation.
                • Sharing an assignment with a peer when the assignment is an individual one.
                • Submitting an assignment for multiple purposes.
                • Deliberately missing an assessment without a valid excuse.
                • Students will abide by the conduct of the examinations as published by the IBO.
            • Responsible Use Policy

              Why a Responsible Use Agreement?
              At AIS, we expect that all members of the community--students, faculty, staff, and administration--use technology in a responsible manner. These guidelines are important, because if you don’t follow them your actions might affect you, your peers, or even the entire AIS community. So do the right thing; follow the guidelines.

              Respect and practice the principles of community
              • It’s a small world, and we’re a global community; You’re entitled to your opinions, but remember that what you say can be seen all over the world, and something you say in one culture might be inaccurate or offensive in another.
              • Engage fully with the environment you’re in; stay focused on the task at hand.
              • Seek help from an appropriate adult or colleague if you see or read something that makes you feel uncomfortable.
              Respect and protect your privacy and the privacy of others
              • Use only your assigned accounts and passwords.
              • Keep your own passwords secure and never use others’ passwords.
              • When accessing or posting on social networks or other online environments, think about how your actions might reflect on yourself and how they might affect others.
              • Get permission before sharing personal information or pictures of others.
              Respect and protect the intellectual property of others
              • Just because it’s on the Internet doesn’t make it yours! Give credit to your sources and ask a librarian if you aren’t sure how to do it. Check out our Academic Honesty guidelines for more info.
              Respect and use all electronic devices in an appropriate manner
              • Be a good role model in your use of technology and electronic devices; Remember there’s always someone who will follow your example.
              • Technology is a tool; use it when appropriate, put it away when it’s not.
              • Remember that the web filter and other safeguards are there to protect all members of our community.

              Our online behavior and use of digital tools should reflect the same standards of honesty, respect, and consideration that we use face-to-face. These rules apply whether you’re using a 五福彩821ccapp-owned device, or one that you brought from 五福彩821ccapp; whether you’re using the 五福彩821ccapp’s Internet connection, or using the network connection on your mobile phone, laptop, or other personal device.

              Community members who do not follow and uphold these standards will be addressed in line with 五福彩821ccapp policy.
            • Key Terms

              Plagiarism
              The representation of the ideas or work of another person as the candidate’s own

              Collusion
              Supporting malpractice by another candidate, as in allowing one’s work to be copied or submitted for assessment by another

              Duplication of Work
              The presentation of the same work for different assessment components and/or diploma requirements

              Intellectual Property
              Property that results from original creative thought

              In-text Citations
              Citations that come at the end of a sentence in a paper, within parentheses, that identifies the source of that particular piece of information (also known as parenthetical references)

              Academic Dishonesty
              See malpractice

              Malpractice
              Plagiarism, collusion, duplication of work, or any other behavior that gains an unfair advantage for a candidate or that affects the results of another candidate

              Paraphrasing
              Restating another person’s words using your own words

              Summarizing
              The process of giving a brief description of another’s main points

            IB Coordinators

            List of 3 members.

            Atlanta International School

            A private, non-profit, international, IB World School for grades 3K-12, featuring full and dual-immersion language programs.