persistent and unreasonable demands for time and attention
habitual interference with the work or classroom environment
What is NOT Disruptive Behaviour?
most disagreements or differences of opinion
situation frustration, e.g., The person who explodes after being rudely shunted through six offices where no one has (a) listened, (b) helped, or (c) suggested anything better than a referral to another office
Dealing with Disruptive and/or Harassing Behaviour by Students in an Academic Situation
The instructor should indicate to the student that the behaviour is disruptive and ask that the individual conform to expected standards
If the disruption continues, the instructor will ask the student to leave the classroom. If the student refuses, University of Guelph Police should be called (Ext. 2000) to assist the instructor in ejecting the student
If the instructor considers that there is immediate danger or is concerned for their safety, contact University of Guelph Police, Ext. 2000
If a student is asked to leave the classroom or if an instructor is concerned about that individual's safety, the department chair should be notified.