Presented by Deena Levy and Larkin Hood from the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence
WHO: You! This workshop is open to the entire EMS community
WHAT: All instructors will encounter challenging student behaviors at some point, whether that means chronically late arrivals or early departures; distracting use of mobile devices or side conversations; microaggressions, inappropriate comments, hostility, or harassment (student-to-student and/or student-to-teacher); or some other unwelcome behavior. How we as teachers deal with such behaviors will have major impacts on the learning environment. This workshop focuses on best practices and tools for addressing potentially disruptive behaviors in the residential and online classroom before, during, and after they occur-- without becoming part of the disruption yourself.
WHEN: Thursday, April 16 from 12:20 - 1:10 p.m.
HOW: Via Zoom at https://psu.zoom.us/my/schreyerinstitute
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