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Dealing with Difficult Students 

Managing students who are disruptive, those who lack motivation and appear as though they would rather be any place than in the classroom is difficult, at best.  It can be eased however when you take right stance. This approach starts with a dedicated teacher interested in meeting the challenge of how to present content in a way that successfully navigates the barriers students erect.  Certainly, believing in students is a step in the right direction, but does not totally prevent them from coming to class unprepared, handing in assignments late, asking for exceptions, and talking in class. This session will offer strategies you can use with disruptive and apathetic students in class.

 PD Hours: 4

Course Type

Adult Education and Literacy