We need to be able to process what we have learned. If we are not able to process what we have learned we will not get all the concepts we were taught in class. “I have always believed, and I still believe, that whatever good or bad fortune may come our way we can always give it meaning and transform it into something of value. - Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha”. We won 't be able to do that if we don 't have any time to process everything.
Not every parent or guardian can go during their kids lunch period to go and leave them lunch many parents work and aren’t able to go and deliver it, so students have to risk the chance of getting caught,and go get food on their own because they are starving. Yes, there is many risks if we are allowed to get food outside of school, we could get run over by a car when crossing the street but ya’ll could help out by giving people employment as street-crossers and they could help us cross the street, that way we don’t get killed if we don’t see a car passing by. And for the people that drive they could have car traffic and then still have to order the
I feel that going to school is for the better-good, because with more education I can get a better job and better pay to support my family. Failure is not an option. Second, when I made the decision to go back to college, I was not prepared for projects and assignments being due at the same time. This is something I should have researched more and by taking a full class load in my first semester seemed to have made it worse. I am receiving a Pell grant, so I was thinking that I could take classes equaling 12 credits, to get as many as I could in a semester, to graduate on time, but that was a bad idea.
Before beginning my 24 hour fast, I was mostly concerned about the idea of being hungry and how I would cope with that because I love food. I was doubting my ability to successfully make it through the day without faltering. For my week long fast, I was worried about keeping up to date about what was going on in my friends’ lives. I was worried I would miss out on things that everyone else got to experience through social media. I was also concerned with how I would spend my time without social media because if I am being honest, most of my time that is not spent on homework or with my family is spent on my phone.
I have a lot of people tell me that I will never make it to college. They see my grades; they see my involvement in after school activities, and then they tell me to get ready to start looking for a job in the work force because that is all I will be able to achieve. I realize that these are huge indicators for college acceptance, but I feel that I have more to prove. I have an unreleased potential that only college will be able to show me. I want the level of difficulty that college provides.
College teaching a lot knowledge, but is not useful in the real world. The bachelor's degree requirement reduces the opportunity to the real talent who does not go to college. We should get the job we want, no matter college or not. Job experience and skill are more important than the paper evidences that you have a bachelor’s degree. If you are one of the high school graduate student, you have know what you want to be in the future and pick the right path.
Families of the minority, the parents would rather have their children working than for them to go to college, so that they can take care of the family. Parents who are the minority might hold their child back from excelling in life because they think that their children do not want to help with taking care of their family. With only having a high school diploma it will only be able to get you so far with a job that barely gets you by. If someone from the working class wants to get a better paying job they would have to go back to school and get a college degree. Interviewers look at how far the people have gotten with their education and to see if they are qualified to work for them and if you only have a high school diploma and not having a degree they will most likely not hire you and go with someone who does have one.
I don’t know if I could do the same things for years with the same kids, I would have to change it up but it would be impossible because they all come there to work on specific things and once they are to a standard they are sone.. I like change, I don’t like too much at a time, but everything can’t be constant. What was your biggest take-away from this rotation? I realized that I don 't want to pursue a education in Occupational Therapy. I need to find another major I want to go into.
One bad habit I still struggle with Is negativity. This sometimes slows me down. However, I want to challenge this by believing staying out of my comfort zone and I seeing what I could achieve. I will rise above the noise by holding true to my personal values while still being willing to reevaluate anything that is not working . Because I know that what I do matters just as much as what I say, I make sure to not only speak up about my values, but to live them out every day.
They think, “ Why is it being forced on me to do this when I already have taken my required classes to earn those credits”. The government should tell the school that they should offer the classes and not force it on them. Although it makes the students look good when colleges look at their applications, but the schools should still offer the choice to the students. It takes away their academic time, they have a lot going on with colleges such as work, applications, deadlines, preparing for college, and causes