Introduction The following information will analyze the case “From Rookie to Reality” in regards to Standard 4 of the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) Standards: collaborating with families and community members, responding to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilizing community resources. Summarize the Case Shoreline Elementary School is a kindergarten through fifth-grade school with approximately 720 students. The school is in a good community, has a low crime rate, and parents are actively involved in the school. In a neighboring district, a school was recently evacuated because a home-made bomb was found and diffused outside a classroom. This incident was highly publicized and on the minds of many parents
After watching the documentary on Kip Kinkel, I came to the conclusion that they were many factors that contribute to Kip’s mental illness and the tragedy that took place at Thurston High School. The first factor that I think contribute to Kip’s mental illness was the way that Kip’s parents raised him and his sister. According to the video, Kip’s parents always thought that both of their children were going to succeed. Yet, they were always comparing both siblings at different tasks, and in my opinion, I think that is what made Kip feel like he was never good enough in compare to his sister. One perfect example is found in one of the family videos, were we are able to see how Kip’s dad encourages Kristin to do here cartwheels and hand stands.
Important factors in social anxiety are the interaction between the prefrontal cortex and the amygdala and the corticotrophin-releasing factor system. This leaves us to the question why these processes are distorted in people with social anxiety disorder. Let us zoom back to the behavior of Johnny Depp as described earlier in this paper. When confronted with a social situation his testosterone levels will drop and he will respond in a submissive manner as a result. His avoidance of social situations is a maladaptive consequence of his fear for these situations.
Adam Lanza began perseverative hand washing, avoiding contact with other people, and becoming increasingly fearful. By fifth grade, AL had written and submitted 'The Big Book of Granny ' — a significant and violent text — and following that school year, his struggles began to escalate." With these precursors to crime very, very prevalent in his childhood, many would suggest to seek medical help and treatment for his behaviors. Although Lanza did remain in special education services beginning in preschool, he was soon after released when the specialists believed he had “met all the speech standards” according to ABC News. There is no way of knowing for a fact, but many do believe that if Lanza were to have stayed in specialized therapy and had been treated longer for his Autism Spectrum Disorder, the lives of many, including his mother and the twenty-six other innocent lives he took, would have been spared.
What could you, as an administrator (if anything) do to mitigate the response? Speaking from a parental lens I would be concerned if I learned that my child’s teacher was convicted of a DUI on several occasions. I would be concerned of the safety and wellness of my student’s education and would demonstrate apprehensiveness towards field trips. As a parent you do what ever is necessary to protect your child. One of the scariest moments as a parent was when I dropped my child off to school on her first day of kindergarten.
In comparison to the resolution, it turns out that Laurie 's at home behavior matches the same description of Charles disrespectful behavior at school. When you look back you see how quite a few times when Laurie is home, he is disrespectful to his parents and doesn’t have any proper manners. Along with using foreshadowing, the author also uses irony, which is used towards the end of the story when the mom is trying to find out who Charles the troublemaker 's mom is at the P.T.A. meeting. The author writes on the last page, “Laurie adjusts very quickly.
Furthermore Scout interactions with Atticus help her to further understand empathy. After Scout’s first day of school, she does not want to go back because of an incident with her teacher. Atticus says “ First of all, if you can learn a simple trick, Scout you’ll get along with all kinds of folks. You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view-” “ Sir?” “- until you climb into his skin and walk around in it. Atticus understands Scout’s feelings and gives her advice which he hopes will help her be more empathetic.
It is not effective with clients who having mental problems such as schizophrenia and thinking disorder patients. This therapy also requires the counsellors to talk, persuade and highly active in the counselling process. It might prematurely defining and misdefining the problem by limiting the scope. Some individuals might not able to accept this approach because it is directive and confrontive. Mr Joshua will get support and help from his peers who are also counsellor when facing difficulties in handling certain problems in some cases.
The change of the host to alter is known as switch. The switch can includes physical harshness which harms the patient. The alternatives have different body postures and voice with distinct characteristics that id dissimilar from the host. This dissimilarity shows that the host wants to dissociate from its own state of mind to other in order to avoid the pain caused by the memories. One of the major reason to dissociate is also to lead a normal life but it contradicts the emotional pain and physical pain caused due to the switch of host personality to alternative
As I am currently teaching an after school tutorial lessons in my previous school so I have more chance to hang with some of the senior students that is facing the public exam.During the teaching I found that many psychological strategies would possibly be applied to our daily life. I was a secondary school student just a few years ago too.I can understand that assignments and tests thought may seem good to student which urge them to study,it would somehow disturb a student 's study plan and cause a huge stress when those things start to stack.So in the first few lessons, I tried to create a more relaxing atmosphere and pressure-free environment for them.I did not use strong words to coerce them to do revision and I paid the price,none of them can turn what I have tough into a long-term memory .But with some hacks that I have learnt from the psychology lesson now, I would now manage my class better and I would observe
Whereas, the right PFC has more to do with negative emotions like not being motivated to fix your problems that caused the anger. It also allows you to read facial expressions and when anger manifests, damage to the right PFC could result in not being able to tell whether another person is angry or not. The Orbitofrontal cortex is part of the frontal lobe that involves in decision making. Damage in the Orbitofrontal cortex could lead bad behavior especially when angry because then there would be no way for you to control your behavior. For a person who’s mad, it would give no control over how to express their anger because the decision making part of the cortex is damaged.