Students who I prefer and do not prefer
In college there are many different challenges. One of these challenges is the fact that certain students are rude and disruptive during class. Certain students can be very disruptive during classes. I really dislike these students because they hinder my learning abilities by not letting me properly focus. However the vast majority of students come to college with the intention of being focused and creating a nurturing environment for learning and good academic performance; while others simply come to create problems for those that are serious about learning.
The students who are disruptive can be quite the problem. Students who are disruptive during classes have no initiative in college; they are coming just to hang out with friends and to collect their FAFSA check. I believe that the learning experience would be far easier if there was a vigorous screening before allowing students to register for colleges. Even on the community college level they should screen students who might be potential trouble makers by assessing their academic performance in high school, also by checking their criminal backgrounds. One might classify this process as being too harsh, but I believe it will weed out the true learners from the goofballs coming to college simply to have fun. The State/Federal government would save a tremendous amount of money if they simply made it harder for trouble makers to get into college.
Some of the primary examples of disruptive students are such; the students who are disruptive in class also set a bad example for other students; human behavior is molded by others. We as humans often tend to go with the crowd. I don’t like seeing good students getting corrupted by the bad behavior of the “goofballs”. Since it is human nature to emulate it is best if we emulate those that set a positive example for everyone else.