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Managing a classroom can be tough, especially if you are a new faculty member. The following pages contain tips and information to expand and support your classroom management skills.
Syllabus expectations can help alleviate classroom and online class management concerns, and when that doesn’t work, you can refer the student to others at the university.
There are a number of resources available to faculty if a student is demonstrating inappropriate behavior in the classroom.
The Center for Students with Disabilities offers a number of services and supports for students with disabilities in your classroom.
Involved students are engaged students, and engaged students are successful students. Explore this section to discover what student engagement opportunities the university offers.
Counseling Services helps remove barriers to learning by providing accessible psychological and psychiatric assessment, short-term psychotherapy, medication management, consultation and crisis intervention, community referrals as well as workshops and psychoeducational programming to currently enrolled students.
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Offered during the autumn quarter, Chicago Quarter courses acquaint first-year students at DePaul with the metropolitan community, its neighborhoods, cultures, people, institutions, organizations and issues. Each of the over 100 classes are led by a teaching team consisting of a faculty instructor, a staff professional and a Chicago Quarter Mentor (CQM).
The university offers a number of options for faculty, staff and students to explore and strengthen their spirituality or faith.
Explore this page for information on computer labs, posting on-campus student jobs, and where to go when you can’t find an answer.