Panel: How to Manage Disruptive or Distressed Students in Your Classroom

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Date/Time:Thursday, 07 Apr 2016 from 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm
Location:192 Parks Library
URL:http://www.celt.iastate.edu/celt-resources/events/
Contact:
Phone:515-294-5357
Channel:Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Categories:Training, development
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Student stress, depression, and anxiety often manifest themselves as disruptive and distressed behaviors. Reducing stress, depression, and anxiety increases student engagement, ability to learn, and the mental health and well being of our communities. This panel will provide information and resources for helping faculty identify and respond compassionately and effectively to students exhibiting these behaviors.

Key Resources:
Faculty and Staff Guide, Student Assistance

10.5 Policy for Dealing with Classroom Disruption, Faculty Handbook, University Policy Library


*Panelists*
Sara Kellogg, Assistant Dean/Director of Office of Student Conduct
Kipp Van Dyke, Assistant Dean of Students/Director for Student Assistance and Outreach


*Register for CELT events online through the Learn@ISU website website:*
1. Visit the Learn@ISU website
2. Login with your Net-ID (username) and password (upper right corner)
3. Click the Login button
4. Locate the Keyword search box (upper left section) > Input "CELT" > Click Search
5. Locate the program > Click List Events next to the appropriate cohort/program
6. Click Enroll - a pop-up window will appear
7. Click Register
8. You will receive an email with the subject: Enrollment Confirmation

OR:
By Email celt@iastate.edu
Please include:
1. your name
2. your department
3. your position (instructor, faculty, P&S staff, or teaching or graduate assistantship)
4. name of the event
5. date of the event

OR:
By Phone at 294-5357.

This event is coordinated by the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) and the Parks Library