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Note: This page was last updated in August, 2017.

Depending on who you talk to, classroom civility is either an occasional annoyance or a growing systemic nightmare. Disruptive behaviors range from lack of consideration to outright physical assault. The following collection of resources can help you generate strategies for pre-emption, management, and response.

Brief URL for this page: http://tinyurl.com/fsucivility

General Resources: Journal Articles, Newsletters, Websites

Discussions and The Lighter Side from Inside Higher Ed

Workshop Materials:

Materials below are from faculty development workshops with the following objectives:

  • Create a syllabus section that communicates the instructor's expectations and standards for classroom civility
  • Select management strategies that may be employed when incivility arises

     You may freely use these workshop resources, with attribution.

Related YouTube Videos:

Brief URL for this page: http://tinyurl.com/fsucivility

Joseph S. Clark
Office of Distance Learning
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