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Communication and Nursing Education by Anurag Bhai Patidar

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Chapter 6

Classroom Management

1. INTRODUCTION

Ms. Tara K, who is a lecturer in College of Nursing, was teaching research process to General Nursing and Midwifery third-year students. Ms. Sandy, a student of this class, was sitting in the back row and was laughing continuously without any reason (although she was not mad). The teacher noticed this disrupted behavior and reminded her about this. For a while, Sandy becomes silent but after 2–3 minutes, she again started the same nonsense. The teacher warned her verbally and asked her to stand up and keep standing until she permits her to sit down. After 10 minutes, the teacher thought that this is enough penalties for Sandy's disruptive behavior and she asked her to sit down. Surprisingly! The ...

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