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This is an interesting video, and I appreciate the suggestions. I recognize these behaviors in students, however I believe they are just that - behaviors, not types of students. I'm not comfortable with labeling students as if these are character traits; I also believe that labeling such as this may prevent an instructor from noticing changes to behavior or more nuanced responses, and may actually reinforce behaviors by creating negative expectations. As a parent and instructor I have seen this type of labeling be harmful and hurtful to students. It would be interesting to think of ways to rephrase this with a focus on the behavior.
Thank you. Excellent tips here that will help me respond better in future courses.
Thanks. Excellent tips that can be easily applied in the response to difficult students. I have experienced most of the types described.
Barbara Lee, Ed,D.
This is an excellent video.
Phillip Brown, Ph. D.
This presentation was spot-on! I cannot even tell you how many of these I encounter on a weekly basis. The most challenging student is perhaps the "I need an A" student. I feel like they are always questioning every point loss----even tenths of a point. These students seem to demand much more time and makes it challenging to balance everything.
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