Teaching in the modern college classroom is equally challenging and rewarding. Whether leading a large class, engaging students in the online environment, or overseeing laboratory work, it is critical that educators establish and maintain a welcoming and safe learning environment that promotes student engagement and benefits all learners. There are a variety of approaches, activities and tools that faculty can employ to model and promote classroom civility.
Creating a Positive Learning Environment
Drawing on the scholarship of teaching and learning, this module will help you to establish a positive learning environment whatever your personal teaching context. Through videos, readings and activities, this module will introduce you to common classroom management issues, approaches for establishing positive class norms, strategies for addressing disruptive behavior and productive ways to resolve conflict.View the Online Module
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- Teaching Strategies: Incivility in the College Classroom