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Aimiuwu, E. (2012). A Case of Bias in Teaching, Grading, and Plagiarism, Americas Conference on Information Systems Proceedings, Paper 4, 1-6.
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The target audience for this case study includes Ph.D. in Business students, who are taking classes related to instructional methods in business, or anyone who is teaching or preparing to teach a college course. It is particularly beneficial to readers who possess prior knowledge of various teaching methods, classroom incivilities, classroom management, and assessment and grading styles, as well as issues pertaining to plagiarism. In order to facilitate an active learning environment, an instructor must refrain from exhibiting the following behaviors: disrespect for students, bias in teaching, inconsistent grading styles, and unjust allegations of plagiarism.
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