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Creating an Atmosphere of Respect from Day One

One of the most difficult elements of teaching is student incivility in the classroom. As teachers, we must attend to classroom management issues because as Feldmann (2001) states, "classroom incivility restricts the learning and teaching capability of our institutions." Good teaching is not defined by the absence of these problems, but rather by having good ways address them. In this workshop, we will hear about ways of dealing with student problems by making them less likely to occur in the first place.

Learn how to decrease student incivility in the classroom

Explore ways of dealing with incivility when it does arise

Share your examples with (and get advice from) the panel

  • Led by: TBA
  • Date: Thursday, January 10, 2008
  • Time: 12:15 - 1:05 PM
  • Location: Library Room 501
  • Sponsor: CAT

Note: Lunch will be provided. Please email ocrum@xula or call ext 7512.

To register: RSVP to Olivia Crum at

Tags: classroom management
Format: panel
Event ID: 00931

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