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Difficult Students: Classroom Management in Cyberspace. Margaret Hill Martin State University of New York at Oswego. Disruptive Behavior in the Traditional Classroom. Verbal Comments Communications is broken Classmates become an audience Attendance Problems

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Difficult students classroom management in cyberspace

Difficult Students:

Classroom Management in Cyberspace

Margaret Hill Martin

State University of New York at Oswego


Disruptive behavior in the traditional classroom

Disruptive Behavior in the Traditional Classroom

  • Verbal Comments

    Communications is broken

    Classmates become an audience

    Attendance Problems

    Behavior is visible in traditional classroom

    Management of problem is immediate


Implementation behavior in traditional classroom

Implementation Behavior in Traditional Classroom

  • Failure to complete assignments

  • Failure to participate in discussion


Disruptive behavior in the asynchronous classroom

Disruptive Behavior in the Asynchronous Classroom

  • Disruptive comments are written

  • Attendance problems are common


Disruptive behavior in the asynchronous classroom1

Disruptive Behavior in the Asynchronous Classroom

  • Disruption is indirect and not observed directly

  • Instructor has no physical cues

    • facial expression

    • inflection

    • gestures


Recommendations

Recommendations

  • Walk Away !!

  • Deal directly with the student ONLINE

  • Stronger measures: personal meeting or administrative intervention

  • Control the discussion area or bulletin board


Attendance in the asynchronous classroom

Attendance in the Asynchronous Classroom

  • Attendance is measured by

    • Online discussion

    • Online activities

    • Assignments


Implementation behavior in the asynchronous classroom

Implementation Behavior in the Asynchronous Classroom

  • Students do NOT participate

  • Fail to complete assignments

  • Miss submission deadlines


Reasons for non attendance or non participation

Reasons for non-attendance or non-participation

  • Outside commitments

  • Lack of self-discipline

  • Technical problems


Recommendations1

Direct question to student

Help Desk assistance

Communication, Communication !!

Anticipate deadlines

Publish advance notice of due date

Recommendations


Special situations

Special Situations

  • Personal and family issues

  • Personality problems

  • Recommendation: encourage student access to instructor


Summary

Summary

Margaret Hill Martin

[email protected]

SUNY Oswego307 Park HallOswego, NY 13126


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