- Academic dishonesty includes practices such as plagiarism, cheating on tests, examinations and assignments.
- Academic dishonesty may result in the suspension of online privileges.
- When you borrow another writer's words and/ or ideas and include them in your work, you must acknowledge this whether it is a direct quotation or a restatement of an idea.
- Failure to do so is a form of academic dishonesty known as plagiarism and will result in a mark of zero for the work submitted.
- All assignments have been given a due date.
- Review Assignment Due Dates as indicated by the teacher in your course.
- If you know that you will not be able to meet a given due date, contact your teacher in advance of the final deadline to request an extension.
- Once the final deadline has arrived, extensions will be granted for extenuating circumstances only.
Assessment and Evaluation
- Term work [70%] is based on course work. This may include, but is not limited to: assignments, quizzes, tests, projects, and collaborative work.
- Culminating Activities [30%] is based on a final examination worth 30%.
- Students will receive two formal reports, with the exception of Civics/Careers (0.5 credit courses) that will receive a final report.
- Mid-semester report
- Final report = Final exam 30% + Term work 70%