Association for Behavior Analysis International

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45th Annual Convention; Chicago, IL; 2019

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Panel #344
CE Offered: BACB
Online Applied Behavior Analysis Education: Facing Academic Dishonesty and Finding Solutions
Sunday, May 26, 2019
5:00 PM–5:50 PM
Fairmont, Second Level, International Ballroom
Area: TBA/EDC; Domain: Service Delivery
CE Instructor: Dipti Mudgal, Ph.D.
Chair: Dipti Mudgal (Ball State University)
SHANNON MARIE DIERINGER (Ball State University)
ROBYN M. CATAGNUS (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology)
LAURA L. DUDLEY (Northeastern University)
Abstract:

As more and more individuals seek ABA education via online programs, the technology options to teach are increasing. Various tools are being used to provide quality instruction to students and engage them. However, the downside of the vastness of world wide web is that students sometimes seek unwanted means to submit work. Academic dishonesty has been a notable challenge for online educators. While we have many tools to dodge plagiarism, continuous efforts are still needed as students find newer ways to sabotage academic integrity. This panel includes three seasoned instructors teaching ABA online who will share their expertise on understanding, preventing, detecting, addressing, and deterring academic dishonesty. The aim of the panel discussion is also to invite the audience to provide input with their own experiences for bettering the overall integrity of online education.

Instruction Level: Intermediate
Target Audience:

Graduate students, ABA educators and program directors,

Learning Objectives: 1. Understanding academic dishonesty in online programs. 2. Ways to encourage academic honesty and prevent cheating. 3. Addressing academic dishonesty in online programs.
 

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