The difference in the definition of ‘disrespect

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An action research done to compare how teachers define disrespect and how different it is to how students define disrespect.

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The difference in the definition of ‘disrespect

  1. 1.   Disrespect is the act of regarding someone with contempt or rudeness Disrespect is starting to raise concerns toward the modern youth  In the United States classroom incidences of disrespect toward teachers are occurring five times as much as it did this in year 2011 than in the year 2009
  2. 2.  Two Sides of Communicators  The Receiver  The Sender/ Doer
  3. 3. Lack of classroom discipline  Lack of freedom of expression  Inability to restrain oneself of venting grievances  Self-expression  Angst  Establishing studentteacher relationship  Positive Learning  Mending differences  Develop self-esteem  Student support 
  4. 4. Observation of others  Guilty of the crime or Doers of the action   It occurred to us that there is a blurred definition between the two groups. The teachers saw the act as disrespect, in contrast, the students found it differently.
  5. 5. Disrespectful actions according to students  Disrespectful actions according to professors. Whether or not they’re the same with the students.  A. If not, what are possible interventions?  B. If yes, then how are they disrespectful? 
  6. 6. Observation  Initial surveying  Survey with interview  Interviewed students  Interviewed professors  Compared the results  Conclusion 
  7. 7. Types of professors mostly disrespected:  with questionable grading systems  those who’d let the students do the teaching  enter class for compliance sake  manifests favoritism  shows lack of knowledge/ mastery on subject matter
  8. 8. Do you intentionally disrespect your professors?  40 students were asked  25 Yes’s  15 No’s No 38% Yes 62%
  9. 9. Is it disrespectful to: Meet your professor in the corridor or outside the school premises and not greet them. Block the pathway to the classroom and move only when asked to do so Sleep in class Talk about teachers’ clothing Joke about professors when they are not around Leave class to go to the comfort room without asking for permission Enter the class late Leave the classroom late knowing a professor is waiting outside Eat in class Talk during class discussion Yes No Is it disrespectful to: 7 8 Make noise along the corridor during class hours 3 12 3 Taking pictures of your notes written on the blackboard 4 11 Texting and receiving calls Sitting in 5 1 10 14 Entering the faculty anytime 7 8 12 3 13 2  15 RANDOM 12 students were 10 5 asked for the 6 9 survey 2 13 Call for someone’s attention outside when that someone is in the middle of class discussion Grooming Yes No 2 13 15 0 4 11 Doing your homework in another class 8 7 1 12 14 3 Use of gadgets in class Joking with the professor 1 0 14 15
  10. 10. 16 14 12 10 8 6 Yes 4 2 0 No
  11. 11. Teachers who are and who are not disrespected 7 Axis Title 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Not Disrespected Disrespected Nice Low Grade giver Meanlooking Disrespectful Dumb teacher Think they are smart Carefree teachers Others Disrespected 0 1 2 4 4 1 1 2 Not Disrespected 7 0 0 0 0 1 1 6
  12. 12.  3. TOP 5 Disrespectful Acts for Students 1. Entering late 2. Grooming Blocking pathway, talking, calling for one’s attention 4. Sleeping 5. Talk about clothing
  13. 13. BOTTOM 5 Disrespectful Acts for Students 1. Joking with professors in class 2. Eating, sitting in, use of gadgets 3. Joke about professors, leaving class anytime 4. Making noise outside the class 5. Texting, letting professors wait outside 
  14. 14.  2. BOTTOM 5 Disrespectful Acts for Teachers 1. Sitting in Talking about professors clothes 3. Entering faculty anytime 4. Talking in class 5. Use of Gadgets
  15. 15.  TOP 5 Disrespectful Acts for Teachers 1. Sleeping in class 4. Leaving and 1. Sleeping with professors in 2. Joking Entering Class Class 3. Entering late 4. Leaving and Entering Class 2. Joking with 5. Making Noise outside the professors 5. Making Noise outside classroom, call someone’s attention the classroom, call someone’s attention
  16. 16. Student Entering late Grooming Blocking pathway, talking, c alling for one’s attention Sleeping Talk about clothing Teacher Sleeping in class Joking with professors Entering late Leaving and Entering Class Making Noise outside the classroom, call someone’s attention
  17. 17. Student Joking with professors in class 2. Eating, sitting in, use of gadgets 3. Joke about professors, leaving class anytime 4. Making noise outside the class 5. Texting, letting professors wait outside 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Teacher 1. Sitting in Talking about professors clothes Entering faculty anytime Talking in class Use of Gadgets
  18. 18. Observation  Initial surveying  Survey with interview  Interviewed students  Interviewed professors  Compared the results  Conclusion 
  19. 19. There really is a gap between the mental orientation of teachers and students and the best way fill the gap is when students attempt to admit their mistakes and for teachers to establish the common ground. 
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  23. 23. Absolute  Credible  Keen  Integrity  ‘It is not the word that makes sense, it is the meaning behind it that does.’

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