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Classroom Management



Benassi, V.A., C.E. Overson, and C.M. Hakala. (2014) Applying the science of learning in education: Infusing psychological science into the curriculum, American Psychological Association:

Chickering, A.W. and Z.F. Gamson. (1987) Seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education. AAHE Bulletin, 39(7), 3 – 7. Retrieved from:

Hobson, E. (2004) Getting students to read: Fourteen tips, IDEA Paper #40:

Svinicki, M. (2016) Motivation: An updated analysis, IDEA Paper #59:



10 effective classroom management techniques every faculty member should know, Magna Faculty Focus Special Report:

Billson, J. (1986). The college classroom as a small group: Some implications for teaching and learning.Teaching Sociology, 14(3), 143-151. Retrieved from

Clark, Cynthia. (2009). "Faculty field guide for promoting student civility in the classroom".Nurse Educator, 34(5), 194-197.

Eddy, S. L., & Hogan, K. A. (2014). Getting under the hood: How and for whom does increasing course structure work? CBE—Life Sciences Education, 13, 453–468.

Netiquette at GVSU: a resource document prepared by the Pew FTLC: PDF

Recognizing and responding to students in distress: a faculty handbook, Cornell University:

Teaching mistakes from the college classroom, Magna Faculty Focus Special Report: