Now that we know what we know about academic honesty issues at our school, what are we going to do about it?
Your mission for your last project this year is to do something with what you know now about academic honesty. You can work alone or with up to two partners. (No groups of more than three.)
Students at PLHS
Students in middle school
What do you need to tell them?
Video - PSA style
Video -narrative style (with a moral)
Slide show to present
Infographic (Digital or Paper)
Social Media Campaign?
All Projects Must Include
Initial Ideas- Due Tuesday May 30th
You can work alone or with up to two partners. (No groups of 4)
Identify who your project partners are, and explain your initial ideas for your project.
You will submit this on a Google From in class. Initial Ideas Form
Project proposal - Due June 2nd
You will write a 1-2 page project proposal to explain the project you plan to do.
Identify your target audience and explain why that group needs this message.
Explain the format you plan to use.
Why is that format is best for this audience?
List the key points you plan to include in your message.
Identify your group members and the roles and responsibilities of each person on the project.
Final Project due June 8th
Be ready to present and explain your project.
Final projects will be evaluated by:
Resources to help you:
Our Academic Honesty Survey data. (You probably already have this.)
Readings about Academic Honesty:
These questions may also help you:
What does the qualitative data suggest about academic honesty at PLHS?
How does data about academic honesty at PLHS compare to things you have read on this topic?
Who is impacted and how?
What should be done to address issues of academic honesty and improve our school culture?
What are some ways we could improve academic honesty at PLHS?