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Ann Arbor MI 01-25-2019 01-25-2019

Disrespectful treatment of other students based on social identities or other characteristics, interruptions of faculty presentations, viewing of inappropriate websites during class: many faculty have felt that such student behaviors are on the rise in recent years. How can you set up a learning environment that prevents such incivilities–and respond effectively as a teacher if they do occur? This workshop will focus on specific research-based strategies for setting up and maintaining respectful classrooms and provide opportunities to practice these approaches. Host: Fiona Lee, LSA Associate Dean for DEI and Professional Development Facilitators from Intergroup Relations (IGR) and the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) Open to all faculty campus-wide

Disrespect and Disruption in the Classroom: Strategies for Prevention and Response

January 25, 2019
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
TBD
Contact Information: Advance Program; advanceprogram@umich.edu

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Disrespectful treatment of other students based on social identities or other characteristics, interruptions of faculty presentations, viewing of inappropriate websites during class: many faculty have felt that such student behaviors are on the rise in recent years. How can you set up a learning environment that prevents such incivilities–and respond effectively as a teacher if they do occur? This workshop will focus on specific research-based strategies for setting up and maintaining respectful classrooms and provide opportunities to practice these approaches. Host: Fiona Lee, LSA Associate Dean for DEI and Professional Development Facilitators from Intergroup Relations (IGR) and the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) Open to all faculty campus-wide