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Webinar: ESL Students and Academic Dishonesty

Webinar | Wednesday October 25 | 7:00 – 8:00 pm

As Canadian education becomes more and more popular with international students, their struggles with fitting in to Canadian academic culture become ever more important. In this webinar, Dave Henderson presents his research into causes and cures for academic misconduct by international students. Through analyzing a variety of peer-reviewed publications, Dave identified possible causes and formulated solutions that can be implemented in both public and private schools. Join him for a presentation and Q&A that will offer suggestions on how to reduce instances of academic misconduct.

Date: Wednesday October 25, 2017
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Online Access: Tutela*
Registration Timeline: To access login for this event, please RSVP by October 23.
Cost: Free

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*Tutela is an online community for EAL Teachers in Canada, please allow 2-3 days for member registration. For webinar access join Tutela Group BC TEAL Webinars.
An ESL teacher since 2005, Dave recently graduated from Royal Roads University with a M.A. in Intercultural and International Communication. In addition to his major project, about academic misconduct among ESL students, he received the Public Ethnography prize for his podcast on authenticity in swing dancing. Professionally, his interests include academic preparation, business language, reading, writing, and vocabulary. His students have gone on to work and study in a wide variety of locations and subjects. Outside of the classroom, he enjoys jazz music and swing dancing, reading, and cycling.
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