In the case where an author sued a plagiarist, the author may be granted monetary restitution. In the case where a journalist works for a, newspaper or other publisher, or even if a student is found plagiarizing in school, the offending plagiarist could have to pay monetary penalties. The following are ways to avoid plagiarism, one is through referencing method, here the student is advised to provide a reference page or page of works cited at the end of the student’s research paper, this page must meet the document formatting guidelines used by your educational institutions. That information is very specific and it includes the author title and source and date of publication, the second method is by paraphrasing, a student may use this methods to avoid plagiarism whereby they if they have found a perfect information for their research they read it and put t into their own words and make sure they have not copied more than two words in a in a row. A student can also avoid plagiarism through quoting, here a student is required to use a quote exactly the way it appears .In
There have been various works in this area involving different techniques of data mining. A. Evaluation of Students academic performance Shreenath Acharya et al.  presented an overview on Knowledge Discovery on Databases to predict the student’s academic trends. Lots of work has been done in this using data mining.
Based on the interview conducted in the Management and Science University (MSU) campus, the respondents have made suggestions on the several methods that can be used to reduce the misbehaviour of university students. Since peer pressure is one of the main reasons that lead a student to misbehave, one of the respondents has mentioned that a student needs to have the ability in making decisions and choosing the right friends. They should always learn to find friends that share opinions and values which are similar to them. This is
Introduction This proposed research study will aim to examine the potential tensions between political correctness and freedom of speech in the college classroom. Political correctness, as defined by Merriam-Webster Online, is “conforming to a belief that language and practices which could offend political sensibilities (as in matters of sex or race) should be eliminated.” (Politically Correct, n.d.). The question that this proposed research will address is , “in what ways do JMU students perceive political correctness influencing conversation in the classroom?” This research proposal will begin with and introduction and a justification for the proposed study. Next, the proposal will provide a literature review. Finally the proposal will end
Giving importance with a certain variable can mean a big impact with the student’s academic performance. Several studies have been done to identify problems that affects student’s academic performance. The students’ academic performance depends on a number of socio-economic factors like students’ presence of trained teacher in school, teacher-student ratio, attendance in the class, sex of the student, family income, mother’s and father’s education, , and distance of schools (Amitava Raychaudhuri,
3.2. Research approach Welman, Kruger and Mitchell (2005) define, define qualitative research as a study that is conducted with the aim of understanding human behavior. The study used this approach because it was suitable for gathering an in-depth understanding of the effects caused by lecturers’ negative attitude on students’ academic achievement. 3.3. Research design According to Mouton (1996, p. 175), the aim of research design is to assist with planning, organizing and completing the research.
1. INTRODUCTION The article titled “Blended Learning Implementation of Online Assessment” wrote by Nik Azida Binti Abdul Ghani, Tengku Ahmad Badrul Shah bin Raja Hussin and Harith Fadzilah bin Abd Khalid to study the perceptions of students on online assessment as there has been some pressure on the lecturers of Malaysia Polytechnics to utilize the Curriculum, Information Document Online System which will be known as CIDOS here onwards; as it part of the key performance indicator of the lecturers of these learning institutes. Perhaps, through their study, the importance of the benefits in application of electronic assessments by lecturers in assessing their students being put into consideration of the students’ benefits might be able to support
This study mainly done by survey of students in universities and colleges. Type’s survey that might be done is interview and answering questionnaires. During gathering information there can be some potential biases occurred which can lead to conclusions that are systematically different from the truth. There are two types of bias, selection and information bias. Selection bias means systematic differences between individuals of study group and of control group.
In that, to explore the outcome (academic performance), the four critical components contributing to the outcome were considered. These include (i) Understanding of the subject matter by the students, (ii) Teaching methodology adopted; (iii) Evaluation methods adopted in the College and; (iv) regularity of the students to the Class. Further, an interactive questionnaire was prepared, in order to discover the hidden perception of the students about the ‘shortcomings’, so that the learning environment of the students and the college will be congenial for mutual growth. The non-conformance levels among the response from the students were corresponding to the Existing training system adopted in the College. While the other categories such as ‘time allocation for completing the course instructions’, ‘exposure to advanced course work’, ‘Quality of lecture’ , ‘Semester & lesson planning system’ and ‘revision / recapitalization methods’ were also indicated by the students as ‘inadequate’ and needs improvement.” (Arun Vijay As