Culturally Diverse Learners - Plagiarism
This video is part 2 of a series created by Thompson Rivers University.
Plagiarism: Examining and explaining the rules of Canadian academic culture
These filmed scenarios and supporting resources aim to address the needs of educators and students to enhance intercultural competencies by providing a spring board for dialogue and reflection on best practices for intercultural learning environments. The scenarios are intended to illustrate the complex dynamics presented by the internationalization of education in B.C., as well as to provide educators with scholarly resources regarding the culturally influenced communication, learning, and behavioural styles depicted in the scenarios. These learning modules may be used in a variety of ways by professional development trainers, independently by educators or by instructors for use with student populations.
Authors: Kyra Garson, Penny Heaslip, Emma Bourassa, Wesley Eccleston