Is copying homework from a friend considered cheating? What about the Internet? The issue of cheating in schools is more prevalent and relevant than ever in today’s culture. Polls show that 80% of high school students admit to having cheated and it is a real hot button among teens. In this program, teens speak out frankly about the reasons they feel the need to cheat. They also raise questions about the definition of cheating and when, if ever, it can be considered acceptable. We then meet ninth graders from a New Jersey high school who are required to participate in a series of ethics courses covering a variety of topics. As we sit in on a cheating and plagiarism workshop, we see them wrestle with typical situations and come up with solutions. The students also discuss the long term effects of cheating and ways that it might be prevented. This program is designed to open classroom discussion and critical thinking about ethical behavior among students in grades 5-12.
“This video addresses a troubling topic in an intelligent manner.” - Booklist

This program and others from the In the Mix series are available as DVDs, with performance rights and discussion guides, for educational use. Many are closed- captioned and have Spanish subtitles.
For more information or to order a copy of this episode, please visit or call 800-343-5540

  • Currently 0/5 stars.

Views: 108


You need to be a member of Classroom 2.0 to add comments!

Join Classroom 2.0


Win at School

Commercial Policy

If you are representing a commercial entity, please see the specific guidelines on your participation.





© 2019   Created by Steve Hargadon.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service