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Faculty Misbehaviors

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These behaviors, studied at length in the Communication Education research, “refer to any instructor classroom behavior that interferes with instruction and learning.” (p. 133). They were first identified in research published in 1991and have in subsequent studies been shown to compromise students' affective learning, their cognitive learning, and their levels of motivation. They also have been shown to “produce oppositional responses from students.”

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