Have you ever had a student who rolls their eyes at you in front of others when you are speaking in front of a class? Have you had a student ask you when class is over in the middle of class? Have you ever had a student tell you something disrespectful in front of other students (e.g., this is a worthless assignment)? Have you ever gone to show a video demonstrating a concept you explained and then have a student completely turn their back to the video and search for purses online? Have you ever assigned a student a group task and they flat out said they would not do it in front of the class?
Are you nervous about addressing the behavior with the student because you fear they will trash you on one of those professor rating sites or on your evaluation for the college?
If you know what I am talking about here then you might be interested in this resource as it provides four pages of ideas and guidance on how to extinguish behaviors that may make you dread teaching a class or fear student learning is in jeopardy because of one or many students' actions. Furthermore, the guidance is intended to share how to positively handle these tricky situations for the best outcomes, including keeping your reputation in tact and avoiding bad ratings, if at all possible. In my opinion, students like this are more likely to trash you if you do not address their behavior, so what do you have to lose in trying to alter that outcome?
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