They can move on instead of having to wait on the other students to finish the assignments. College instructors also do not have many rules for their class. Most just tell their class to not disrupt them while they are teaching. They also are more lenient about what goes on in their class. They do not care if students are paying attention to them as long as they are not distracting the class.
Once a student is able to manage their impulsivity, learning can take place in the classroom. Furthermore, students can learn to listen with understanding and empathy by actually listening to others without cutting each other off mid-sentence. Prior to implementing these two habits of mind, I printed off the posters for managing impulsivity and listening with understanding and empathy. Not only did they have pictures, the posters also used kid-friendly language. Costa and Kallick confirmed that “students may recall the habits by thinking of the posters” (Costa & kellick, 2009, p.20).
It’s vital to a child’s learning experience that we as teachers watch what is going on at these stations. Our text clearly states, “Many students rush through the work at a center without really paying much attention. Teachers need to be alert to these problems and check the work of these students very carefully before allowing them to move on to a new learning center” or another assignment (Arends, 2009, p. 427). Late finishers are a little easier to address. Arends suggests that teacher’s should let these students have extra time on assignments either after school with teacher supervision, or at home for homework.
Other pros of the honor code is it actually works in some cases. It gives students a feeling that they are trusted and cant let their professor down. The students as well have the peer pressure of their fellow students into doing the right thing. So if the majority of students respect the honor code, the rest will follow. In Source F it backs up my view with this statement “Unlike the majority of colleges where proctoring of tests and exams is the responsibility of the faculty and/or administration, many schools with academic honor codes allow students to take their exams without proctors present, relying on peer monitoring to control cheating.
Accommodation: Preferential seating 2. Accommodation: Breaks B4a: Explain how your suggestions help support the student: 1. Due to Dexter’s issues with his vision added to his noncompliance of wearing corrective lenses, it is crucial that Dexter, when necessary, sit close enough to the whiteboard to be able to see written information, as well as hear it. Other times, the best location for his seat will be dependent on the expected learning outcome. It is important that where Dexter is seated helps him learn in the classroom.
Plenty of researches and studies have shown the positive effects that are impacted on the child’s achievement when parental involvement is seen in the child’s education (Gordon & Browne 2011). Besides that, teachers can also try to help the child by setting a personal individual teaching time with the children. Since the parents are busy at work and nobody is helping the child with his work, parents and teacher can come to a term whereby to sent the child to school a little earlier so that the teacher can help the child in his work. This would definitely help the child to cope back with his work and also to feel more confident and happy, as he would know that someone else is there to support and guide him instead. Young children need lots of scaffolding from adults around them.
There are a few problems that are faced to educate the public about learning disabilities because it differs from one child to another. They have their own disabilities in learning such as reading, writing and memorising. It is also a problem for the parents with child who has a learning disability because no parents want to see their children suffer with problems. The children are not to be blame as they are innocent and did not choose to be born that way. On the other hand, some people judge these children having no future and it is a burden to teach them.
Students will acquire knowledge and have fun in school without playing cellphone. For example, many teachers have added interesting contents in their lectures to catch students’ attention, and also give students opportunities to discuss in class to fully participate in. Moreover, teachers give students homework not only simply do the exercise on textbooks, but also have assignments need students to perform or debate which are really entertaining. So school work can attract students’ interests and prevent them from playing with phones in class. In addition, addiction of cellphones can be controlled by
Depression can have a wide-ranging negative effect on student’s performance and function in school, it is necessary that the instructor provides multiple of accommodation and teaching strategies to promote these student’s success (Crundwell & Killu, 2010). According to Austin & Sciarra (2010) there are three models of depression: I. Psychodynamic models- Depression among children is viewed in terms of loss that originated from childhood helplessness and the disruption of emotional bonding with the primary caregiver. From this result a lack of self-esteem, meaning that the child has no inner self-worth, depending on outer sources for approval for his or her self- worth; when these (outer) sources are lost, depression arises. II. Behavioral models- Depression produced by lack of positive reinforcement.
According to John Bishop, “School and homework show students the important life lessons, such as how to read and communicate with others, that they will use as an adult.” Students can learn how important planning, staying organized and taking action is just from doing homework. Homework gives the students an opportunity to learn how to work independently. Although I understand that assigning homework is not beneficial at times, I still believe that assigning homework can teach students many skills and even help teachers. Assigning homework to students is constructive, therefore teachers should assign homework because it allows students to gain responsibility, time-management, perseverance, self-esteem, homework also gives students a chance to review the class material, and it also helps teachers determine how well the lessons and materials are being understood by their students. Above all, homework allows the students to gain responsibility, time-management, perseverance, and self-esteem.