Seeking Civility: Best Practices to Prevent and Address Student Incivility, Bullying, and Intimidation
Most uncivil student behaviors are considered mildly disruptive, such as talking in class, arriving late, or misusing media devices. However, more disruptive student behaviors are also being reported such as aggressively challenging faculty, making unreasonable demands, and engaging in academic mobbing. Incivility and other forms of aggression not only impact the academic environment, but the clinical environment as well, putting patients and colleagues at risk. Join a nationally and internationally known scholar, educator, and author to explore best practices to prevent and address student incivility and create engaged learning environments.
- Define student incivility and other forms of academic aggression.
- Describe the impact of academic incivility on individuals, teams, learning environment, and patient care.
- Explore a variety of best practices to foster academic civility and promote engaged learning environments.