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Managing the Successful Classroom - Face-to-Face and Online. Jane Holbrook and Mark Morton, CTE New Faculty Workshop September 9, 2009. Why this session?. How do you respond to the inevitable frustrations and situations that crop up in the classroom?
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Jane Holbrook and Mark Morton, CTE
New Faculty Workshop
September 9, 2009
By the end of this workshop, you should be able to:
Spend 10 minutes discussing the scenario assigned to your group. In your discussions:
Scenario: Students ask for an exemption (to write an exam at an alternate time or to receive an extension on an assignment) for the following reasons:
Scenario 1 : A few students in your class are using laptops in a way that distract other students and yourself:
Scenario 2: A few students in your class seem indifferent to your efforts to create an academic environment by:
Scenario 3: Students indicate that the course could be improved and would like you to deal with the following:
A twist … what if these critical comments are made in a course discussion forum?
Carbone, E. (1999). Students behaving badly in large classes.New directions for teaching and learning, 77 (Spring), 35-43.
Kuhlenschmidt, S.L. (1999). Promoting internal civility: understanding our beliefs about teaching and learning.New directions for teaching and learning, 77 (Spring), 13-22.
Mongan Rallis, H. (2008). Student Laptops in College Classrooms: Upsides and Downsides. Instructional Development, University of Minnesota Duluth, Vol 25, No. 1, 3-4. Centre for Teaching Excellence (CTE) Teaching Tips: e.g., Classroom Management: Creating an Inclusive Environment; Conflict Management for Instructors; Large Classes: Limiting the Chaos
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