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Collaboration in science

Honor Council Student Skills Conference 2015

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Collaboration in science

  1. 1. Collaboration in Science How To Prevent from Involuntarily Cheating
  2. 2. Collaboration Define Collaboration
  3. 3. Cheating Define Cheating
  4. 4. How are Collaboration and Cheating the same? How are Collaboration and Cheating different?
  5. 5. Four Scenarios in which involuntary cheating could occur
  6. 6. Scenario #1 You just received your Unit 3 test back from the teacher. You now have to complete test corrections. You determine that you are missing some notes which will help you complete a few corrections. You decide to get a copy of your friends notes to use for the corrections. Thoughts?
  7. 7. Scenario #2 You just completed a lab which involved collecting a lot of data. In your lab report, you need to complete a variety of calculations with the data. Unfortunately, you don’t understand how to do the calculations. So, you ask to see the calculations of your lab partner. Thoughts?
  8. 8. Scenario #3 For a lab report, you must include data tables and graphs. To create these items, you are to use the exact same data as your lab partners. So, you and your lab partners decide to only create one of each data table and graph. Then, you will make a copy of each data table and graph to turn in for each person. Thoughts?
  9. 9. Scenario #4 You are constructing the conclusion section of a lab report. In the conclusion, you need to provide support for your claim. However, you are struggling in organizing your conclusion. Thus, you decide to look at your lab partner’s conclusion. As you read over it, you put the information in your own words. Thoughts?
  10. 10. Take Aways 1) It’s okay to help your peers but do not physically give them your work. Instead, verbally guide them through the issue without showing your work. 2) MAKE TIME TO WORK WITH YOUR TEACHER OR A TEACHER