Academic Bloggers on…Eating in Class

[private] On the Web site, we surveyed faculty visitors and asked them to tell us whether they permitted students to eat during lectures. The survey results show that 77 percent faculty who responded said they did, in fact, allow students to eat during lectures. This comes as a surprise, of course, considering how much has been written about ill-mannered student behavior in the classroom. In a piece published in The Chronicle of Higher Education, such students are referred to as “classroom terrorists.” From the L.A. Times to the New York Times, college students have been chewed up and spit […]
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