Hilliard Christian School recognises that it is responsible for:
The purpose of this policy is to make clear requirements that will ensure the authenticity and academic integrity of work submitted by students for assessment.
Hilliard Christian School has in place documented and effective practices that provide the Office of Tasmanian Assessment, Standards and Certification (TASC) with the required evidence for them to have confidence in the authenticity and academic integrity of folios or other project work used in the assessment of student achievement for awards in TASC courses.
The Principal is responsible for ensuring there is an effective and documented procedure that is implemented and reviewed.
This policy relates to the School's responsibilities for upholding the authenticity and Academic Integrity of folio or other project work submitted for assessment for TASC courses.
Students are expected to observe the highest standards of Academic Integrity in the work they submit for assessment. The School is responsible for providing instruction that develops a clear understanding of the concept of Academic Integrity and the impact of any breaches on their academic results.
In signing the declaration, the teacher (on behalf of the School) is pledging that the work:
Breach of Academic Integrity Policy
Breaches of Academic Integrity including plagiarism and late submission risk the cancellation of external results, and possibly all of their results for the year, for both internally and externally assessed subjects. Teachers are required to read and understand the TASC Authenticity and Academic Integrity guides that provide information on how to reference (cite) other people’s information, images, ideas and words below.
Document Name: Academic Integrity Policy
Last Approved Date: July 2022
Review Date: July 2025
Audience: Staff, Students and Parents
Links Teachers: Academic Integrity
Students: Academic Integrity
TASC: Academic Integrity
Custodian: Teaching and Learning Coordinator