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Positive Feedback Strategies

How do you engage students in the writing process? How do you reach both struggling students who need more personalized and in-depth feedback while challenging students that excel to do better—in a limited amount of time? And, how can we, as educators, help students to do more with their writing and meet them with where they're at?

Stopping Plagiarism at the Source

Every teacher dreads it—the plagiarized paper, the confrontation with a student, the demise of trust and learning. As schools move toward an online future, educators are understandably concerned about increases in plagiarism. Yet while the problem is real, there are solutions beyond forcing teachers into the role of police.

The Plagiarism Spectrum: Fostering Plagiarism Awareness

The Plagiarism Spectrum

Students are often unaware of what constitutes plagiarism. The Plagiarism Spectrum was designed to help students see how plagiarism is defined and can take form.

Study: Aiming for Integrity

Last year, Turnitin created a 13 question plagiarism quiz designed to help you gain insight into student understanding of plagiarism and citation. Between September 2015 and April 2016, more than 12,000 unique participants agreed to let us use their quiz responses for a study on student comprehension of plagiarism.

Request Plagiarism Spectrum Posters

The "Plagiarism Spectrum" identifies 10 types of plagiarism based on findings from a worldwide survey of nearly 900 secondary and higher education instructors.

Writing Your Way to College Readiness

As we all know, writing skills are fundamental to academic success, since they are part and parcel of critical thinking. However, incorporating writing into instruction institution-wide and across curricula is easier said than done. This brief white paper provides districts with ideas and strategies on how to sew writing straight into the fabric of instructional approaches.