This approach is non-accusatory but will enable the students understand that what they do is unethical and can cause them their profession as well as personal reputation (Reiser and Dempsey, 2012).
After the ethical discussion and in order to make the students understand the seriousness of plagiarism, Joel should introduce to them the copyright and property rights. He should especially emphasize on the consequences and penalties that people who are found infringing these rights is subjected to. This information should be the deal breaker of the bad habits the students have acquired.
Joel should cancel the work of the students who have this behavior and provide them a chance to redo their assignment again. If the same thing happens again, then the student should not receive any grade at all. This will act as a warning to the rest of the students who like engaging in similar unethical ...Show more