Profiling Potential Plagiarizers: A Mastery Learning Instructional Technique to Enhance Competency
mastery learning, plagiarism, writing pedagogy
Business and Professional Communication Quarterly
Despite university policies and classroom procedures designed to deter student plagiarism, upper-division students seemed to be violating the rules in growing numbers. Recent research suggested that student plagiarism results from a complex mix of factors, including a need for instruction, but offers little guidance regarding effective teaching methodologies. The authors developed and tested an instructional protocol and concluded that a mastery learning approach provides an effective method for reducing student plagiarism.
Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship
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UNI ScholarWorks, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa
Rosol, Sarah and Cyphert, Dale, "Profiling Potential Plagiarizers: A Mastery Learning Instructional Technique to Enhance Competency" (2018). Faculty Publications. 676.