The behavior of students can enhance or degrade the classroom experience for students and faculty alike. While a stream of research has focused on student behaviors in primary and secondary education, little attention has been directed at student behaviors in the higher education setting. The qualitative research presented in this manuscript identifies student behaviors that business faculty perceive to be examples of unusually positive or negative behaviors. Research implications and suggestions for future research are also presented.
Shepherd, C. David, Kathy Shepherd, and Sheb True. "Business Faculty Perceptions of Positive and Negative Student Behaviors." Journal of College Teaching & Learning 5.6 (2008): 9-18.