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Coping with Seven Disruptive Personality Types in the Classroom

Coping with Seven Disruptive Personality Types in the Classroom

There are seven common styles of student disruption, and each requires a different strategy for prevention and response. This 40-page white paper provides the guidelines instructors need to overcome the behavioral challenges of the college classroom and get back to the important work of teaching.

When that moment comes, will you be ready to handle it? Will you know how to keep yourself, and the other students in the class, safe?

If you’re struggling with difficult students at your college, Coping with Seven Disruptive Personality Types in the Classroom: A Magna Publications White Paper provides the practical and effective solutions that will prepare college officials to handle the full range of student misbehavior.

This exclusive white paper details the most common styles of student disruption and then spells out precisely how to respond to even the most menacing situations.

  • Learn about the “passive-aggressive” student
  • The “explosive” student
  • The “antisocial” student, and more.

From minor annoyances such as sleeping in class or submitting assignments late to major infractions and even threats, this resource explains how to identify the source of the problem and what, exactly, to do about it

This 40-page white paper provides you with detailed information on:

  • When to call security
  • Which behaviors indicate big trouble
  • Setting enforceable standards and expectations
  • Tailoring responses to match the student’s personality style
  • Nuisances versus threats
  • Where to draw the line on excuses and requests for extensions
  • Handling students who expect special treatment
  • Maintaining boundaries with inappropriate students
  • Responding to students who denigrate your qualifications
  • Protecting personal safety
  • Which student behaviors are protected under ADA
  • Managing rude, disrespectful students
  • Red flags that may indicate violence

This important resource provides the guidelines instructors need to overcome the behavioral challenges of the college classroom and get back to the important work of teaching.

Coping with Seven Disruptive Personality Types in the Classroom is an essential, informative resource for faculty members, administrators, department chairs, security personnel, judicial affairs officers, and counselors.

Don’t allow misbehaving students to disrupt classes on your campus any longer. Take control back by investing in this solution-filled Magna Publications White Paper today.

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