Teaching and Learning Approaches For Fostering Cultures of Academic Integrity: Strategies from Across Canada
The COVID-19 pandemic and the rapid pivot to online learning exacerbated the academic misconduct challenges observed in Canadian postsecondary education before the pandemic, but it also highlighted the importance of building cultures of integrity. How do we as educators and administrators promote academic integrity to our students and stress the importance of good decision-making when completing academic work?
In this session, attendees will learn more about how to begin to build cultures of academic integrity using teaching and learning strategies. Examples of successful approaches implemented by individual educators, university communities, and provincial networks across Canada will be shared.
Dr. Brenda M. Stoesz is a Senior Faculty Specialist (Science of Teaching and Learning & Academic Integrity) at The Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, University of Manitoba. In her role, she develops resources and professional development opportunities for post-secondary educators, and conducts research on various topics in higher education, including academic integrity.
Stoesz holds a PhD in Psychology and Bachelors of Education and Science and has more than 20 years of experience teaching high school, college, and university students. Stoesz founded and chairs the Manitoba Academic Integrity Network (MAIN) and is a co-editor of the Canadian Perspectives on Academic Integrity.