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2 Academic Integrity and the Disintegration of Pedagogy

by Amanda Fulford (Author)
20 Pages
Open Access
Journal: PHILOSOPHY AND THEORY IN HIGHER EDUCATION Volume 3 Issue 2 Year 2021 pp. 23 - 42

Summary

This article addresses the concept of academic integrity in higher education. While the emphasis in much literature relates to academic misconduct, this article considers academic integrity in terms of pedagogical judgment by exploring how integrity is related, etymologically, to wholeness. It argues that where approaches to teaching and learning are prescribed—or proscribed—in pursuit of “teaching excellence,” pedagogical judgment is curtailed, resulting in a fragmentation or “disintegration” of pedagogy, and of academic integrity. These ideas are pursued through a reading of Andrzej Jakimowski’s 2012 film,

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Pages
20
DOI
10.3726/PTIHE022021.0002
Open Access
CC-BY
Tags
integrity wholeness pedagogy disintegration opening

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Amanda Fulford (Author)

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