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Dealing with Disruptive Annoyances

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Dealing with Disruptive Annoyances

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I’m thinking of those annoying things that students do, such as getting to class late, leaving early, sleeping in class, misusing electronic devices, and talking or eating during class. Your list might be different, but what really matters is how we respond to annoyances and what those responses do to or for efforts to learn in the course. While I don’t have a corner on the best way to respond, here are some options for you to consider.

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