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    Creating a Learning Environment & Avoiding Misconduct

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    From a student perspective, faculty are central to the learning experience. Many of our students spend the greatest amount of time in class interacting with faculty. As such, faculty have the opportunity to cultivate relationships with students and are often in the best position to become aware of inappropriate conduct. How can faculty cultivate an environment that positively contributes to learning and proactively responds to student misconduct?

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    Faculty set the tone for the classroom environment. It is important that a professor outline the rules in his or her syllabus. More important, however, is the professor's demeanor and actions. A professor must control the classroom and encourage good behavior. Even in ...

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    This solution suggests how faculty can cultivate a positive learning environment that avoids student misconduct. Examples are provided.