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Entitled, rude and recalcitrant students?

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Are today’s students more rude?  Can faculty evict disruptive students?  Do students have an inflated sense of entitlement?  How do faculty engage students to understand their responsibility to the classroom learning community, whether online or face to face and to the effort it takes to be an academically engaged student?  Several authors explore these issues.  Elayne…

After Tuscon: What can colleges do?

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

More recommendations for dealing with disruptive behavior are included in the  Prof Hacker column at the Chronicle of Higher Education who writes regularly on suggestions about how to deal with  the classroom bully and classroom disruptive behavior. Additional information has cautioned about campus security and mental health profiling.  Others  such as Professor Mary Hoeft, in an article…


Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Cyberbullying and what to do is back in the news.  A recent article in the NY Times, identifies challenges and roles for parents and schools, K-12.  In the wake of Tyler Clemente, the Rutger’s University student who committed suicide, after being cyberbullied, various legislative bodies grapple with whether current anti-bias laws protect victims and hold cyberbullies responsible…

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