Faculty Field Guide for Promoting Student Civility in the Classroom
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Student incivility is defined as rude and disruptive behavior that, when left unaddressed, may spiral into aggressive or violent behavior. Nursing faculty are challenged by uncivil student behavior and many are underprepared to deal with its effects. Some faculty members consider leaving academe due to the serious toll incivility often takes on their personal and professional lives. The impact of student incivility on faculty is especially troubling during a national nursing shortage. The author provides nursing faculty with several ready-to-use strategies for preventing and effectively dealing with student incivility in nursing education.
Cynthia Clark. "Faculty Field Guide for Promoting Student Civility in the Classroom" Nurse Educator 34.5 (2009): 194-197.
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