Disruptive Behavior and Demonstration Policies 05-06

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5. Disruptive Behavior
Disruptive student behavior in the
classroom is defi ned as behavior which
interrupts, obstructs, or inhibits the
teaching and learning processes. The faculty member determines what
is disruptive. Disruptive behavior
may take many forms: persistent questioning, incoherent comments,
verbal attacks, unrecognized speaking out, incessant arguing, intimidating
language, and inappropriate gestures.
6. Disruptive Demonstration
Participation in a campus
demonstration which disrupts the
normal operations of the University
and infringes on the rights of other
members of the University community;
leading or inciting others to disrupt
scheduled and/or normal activities
within any campus building or

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