Preventing and Responding to Disruptive Students

Mr. F. Scott Lewis talks to faculty about Preventing and Responding to Disruptive Behaviors in the Classroom

On Friday, March 30th, Mr. Scott Lewis began the CETL New Faculty Orientation with an interactive workshop that gave participants skills to prevent disruptive classroom behaviors, to react to them and to enhance their own campus procedures to address them.  This session was sponsored by CETL and the Office of Student Mental Health.

Copies of the presentation materials provided by Mr. Lewis are found below.  Be sure to check out the Class engagement Rubric.

NVCC 2012 – Classroom Management-Power Point

Class Engagement Rubric – SAMPLE

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