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egm [TA Policy]
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egm [Academic Honesty]
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 Concerns with the TA support policy should be addressed directly with the course instructors. Concerns with the TA support policy should be addressed directly with the course instructors.
 ==Academic Honesty== ==Academic Honesty==
-Solutions to all homework and labs are readily found on the Internet. Using them in anyway is considered cheating. Using them also bypasses, and in some cases aborts, learning in the learning ​activity. The book provides sufficient examples to help learn concepts before attempting learning activities. '''​There is tremendous value in figuring out a solution without first looking at the solution and there is equally tremendous value in convincing yourself that your solution is correct.'''​ Students are encouraged to worry less about grades and more about learning to avoid the pitfalls cheating by using existing solutions. ​+Solutions to all homework and labs are readily found on the Internet. Using them in anyway is considered cheating. Using them also bypasses, and in some cases aborts, learning in the learning ​activities. The book provides sufficient examples to help learn concepts before attempting learning activities. '''​There is tremendous value in figuring out a solution without first looking at the solution and there is equally tremendous value in convincing yourself that your solution is correct.'''​ Students are encouraged to worry less about grades and more about learning to avoid the pitfalls ​of cheating by using existing solutions. ​
  
-Peer instruction is known to facilitate and accelerate learning, and it it has been shown to foster deeper learning. Students are encouraged to find peers and work with peers to complete course learning activities. Peers generally have more time to help than TAs and are often a tremendous resource. That said, each student should do his or her own work even in a peer setting. Not doing so is considered cheating. ​+Peer instruction is known to facilitate and accelerate learning, and it has been shown to foster deeper learning. Students are encouraged to find peers and work with peers to complete course learning activities. Peers generally have more time to help than TAs and are often a tremendous resource. That said, each student should do his or her own work even in a peer setting. Not doing so is considered cheating. ​
  
-Students should take reasonable precautions to safeguard their individual work. It should not be left unprotected on the lab machines, sent to other students or roommates, posted online, stored in a shared location, left on a whiteboard, archived in a public repository, etc. A student actively providing solutions is complicit in cheating. Neglecting safeguards is not cheating but can facilitate ​cheating. ​+Students should take reasonable precautions to safeguard their individual work. It should not be left unprotected on the lab machines, sent to other students or roommates, posted online, stored in a shared location, left on a whiteboard, archived in a public repository, etc. A student actively providing solutions is complicit in cheating. ​
  
 Students caught up in cheating are handled on a case-by-case bases involving the honor code office as deemed appropriate by the instructor. Students caught up in cheating are handled on a case-by-case bases involving the honor code office as deemed appropriate by the instructor.
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