Can academic integrity be taught using a board game?

by | 31 May, 2018 | 3 comments

Watch: Dr Amanda White on the Academic Integrity Board Game teaching students about the consequences of cheating.

Academic integrity can be a tricky thing to teach, especially with so many different ways it can be interpreted. In the video below, Dr Amanda White talks about her experience with students and academic misconduct and her way of engaging students on this subject. Her solution? A board game based on academic integrity to educate on what is and what isn’t ok to do, and it’s getting positive feedback from academics and students alike.

It should also be noted that the game was built with the UTS Carnival of Consequence video, shown below.

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3 Comments

  1. Tracey Bretag

    Love this! Well done, Amanda White and Colleagues at UTS. Can’t wait for it to be Open Access. 🙂

    Reply
    • Amanda White

      Many thanks Tracey! I’ll make sure that I tag you on Twitter when it is ready 🙂

      Reply
  2. Wendy Sutherland-Smith

    Terrific resource Amanda. Really looking forward to it being open to all.

    Reply

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