The Clark Academic Civility Index for Students(1)

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The Clark Academic Civility Index for Students Ask yourself the following questions, responding either “Yes” or “No”: Do I, the majority of time (80 percent or more) … 1. Role-model civility, professionalism, and respectful discourse? Yes/No 2. Add value and meaning to the educational experience? Yes/No 3. Communicate respectfully (by email, telephone, face-to-face) and really listen? Yes/No 4. Avoid gossip and spreading rumors? Yes/No 5. Avoid making sarcastic remarks or gestures (staged yawning, eye-rolling)? Yes/No 6. Pay attention and participate in class discussion and activities? Yes/No 7. Use respectful language (avoid racial, ethnic, sexual, gender, and religiously biased terms)? Yes/No 8. Avoid distracting others (misusing media devices, side-conversations) during class? Yes/No 9. Avoid taking credit for someone else’s work or contributions? Yes/No 10. Co-create and abide by classroom and clinical norms? Yes/No 11. Address disruptive student behaviors and promote a safe, civil learning environment? Yes/No 12. Take personal responsibility and stand accountable for my actions? Yes/No
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Unformatted text preview: 13. Speak directly to the person with whom I have an issue? Yes/No 14. Complete my assignments on time and do my share of the work? Yes/No 15. Arrive to class on time and stay for the duration? Yes/No 16. Avoid demanding make-up exams, extensions, grade changes, or other special favors? Yes/No 17. Uphold the vision, mission, and values of my school? Yes/No 18. Listen to and seek constructive feedback from others? Yes/No 19. Demonstrate openness to other points of view? Yes/No 20. Apologize and mean it when the situation calls for it? Yes/No Scoring: Add up your “yes” responses to determine your Civility Index score: 18-20 (90 percent or more “yes” responses)—Very civil 16-17 (80 percent)—Moderately civil 14-15 (70 percent)—Mildly civil 12-13 (60 percent)—Barely civil 10-11 (50 percent)—Uncivil Less than 10—Very uncivil ...
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