The growth mindset believes that their potential intelligence comes from learning, while the fixed mindset thinks they only have a certain amount of intelligence. Along with their differences in learning, these students also have a difference in school priorities. The students with the fixed mindset only cared how smart they would appear and turned down opportunities that were critical to their success. Students with the growth mindset thought about their efforts, and when they work harder it will show in their abilities and accomplishments. I agree with this because everyone will react differently to a setback, especially if they already react differently to education.
Lent also uses strong appeals to convey his argument. Dr. Lent also uses pathos to implicate several social complexity to evoke an emotional response to the audience, He uses phrases such as “brain development, social skills, behaviors, and even intelligence,” to reinforce how the quality of overprotective parents have it’s negative effects in their little ones day-to-day life. The author gives a sense of guilt that if parents are still choosing this path, the children will struggle in acquiring skills, acknowledge, and habits that will “leave them unable to deal with stress as adults.” Despite, the criticism the author gives, He also tries to uplift his audience through positive diction using words such as “beneficial,” and “positive” to motivate and inspire his audience how the use of acute stress will enhance a child’s growth in gross motor skills and enabling them to interact well with their surroundings.
Majority of parents just want the best outcome for their child and for them to develop to the best of their ability. Even though this is the case, some parents are not always exactly sure how to encourage this and for this reason might seek advice from practitioners within the setting. The better the partnership between a staff member and a parent the more comfortable they will feel in confiding in the practitioner. Parents know their own child best and sometimes what they need in order to keep them happy, Children know what they want, whilst practitioners have knowledge of general child develop. For this reason, if the relationship between parents, children and practitioners is positive and consistent the child should receive the best outcome and develop well.
A good parent has to provide for their child on an emotional basis and beyond. In some of the works of literature we read, qualities of a good parent became apparent. There is no such thing as a perfect parent. Parents need to make mistakes to learn for themselves and set a good example for their children. Balance is a major key in parenting.
Co-ed schools versus single-sex schools: which will provide a better learning experience for students? The debate over whether or not the genders should be separated in the classroom still stands today. In a society where both men and women have to work together harmoniously, a co-ed education initially seems to be the more viable option since it prepares students for real-world experiences. Although every student has different learning styles, a student would, however, ultimately benefit from the tailored curriculum and comfort of a single-sex educational environment. Students will have a more relaxed learning experience without distractions from the opposite gender.
Students need to be taught at an early age that we should respect one another no matter what we wear ; similarly students need to be taught that what a person wears does not define who they are. When students learn to respect others no matter what they wear it makes them be more open minded, and makes them more respectful and kinder. One example is that when people wear what they prefer and feel more comfortable in people will respect them more because they were taught from a young age to respect each gender no matter what they put on their bodies. Many people believe that school uniforms decrease bullying but actually in the article ¨School uniforms¨ it states that in a 2007 study school uniforms increased the number of assaults by 14 and school incidents rose by 12%. If we did not have school uniforms we will learn to respect one another and be kinder which will help us in the
Some people may claim that students can have more independence and can show off their originality and creativity by not wearing the traditional ‘boring’ school uniforms, but not wearing school uniforms not only triggers disturbance, it might also cause students to wear scantily, which is inelegant and not pleasing at all. This educate children the lesson of respect and prioritizing, setting studies over fashion, since their central focus should be on studying now. Therefore, school uniforms teach students respect and the importance to prioritize. According to Spencer (2013) “Wearing a uniform is a badge of pride, creates an identity for a school and is an important part of being a school student.” People might articulate that school uniforms are tedious and unattractive, but only school uniforms, can create a sense of exceptionality.
Neither one of the mind-sets are perfect they both make mistakes. The differences between the two mind-sets have a very wide variety. A fixed mind-set person isn’t very willing to learn because they are afraid they will be judged by their mistakes but someone with a growth min-set is always willing to learn even though they have to correct their mistakes “effort is a positive thing for them.” People with a fixed mind-set also have the tendency to hide their mistakes which often get them in more trouble than they were already in. In my opinion the growth mind-set would be more beneficial to someone because they have more opportunities to learn new things unlike those with the fixed mind-set.
Your local education authority should have a department which can help with resources such as bi-lingual books etc. Also different cultures may have different traditions and practices which should always be respected and a good teacher or TA will always try to educate themselves on the cultures of their pupils. External Factors Adults All of the above external factors also affect forming relationships with adults and in addition adults generally do not have the openness which children have. They tend to be less trusting and may not take things at face value, looking instead for hidden meanings or agendas in conversations.
Whether in school, jobs, or sports, the people that work the hardest succeed the most. Despite most people thinking ambition is positive, there are drawbacks to such dedication. Creating your own expectations is much better than having them set by someone else. It will create less stress on the person. One the other hand, creating too high of expectation can cause stress as well.
Although the American grading system is strict, it is not the worst, and could only use minor adjustments. If a student is truly struggling in school, they can receive extra help from a tutor outside of classes. The American grading system helps keeps students in line, and pushes them to put in their best effort in
Parenting Styles There are four main parenting styles, permissive, Authoritarian, Authoritative and Uninvolved parenting. Permissive parenting is very relaxed, there believe is children are capable of making their decision on their own with some parenting advice. Authoritarian parents have high expectations for their children their also very strict they like their kids to follow completely. Authoritative parents are strict, and very loving.
People see that confusion and disorientation as something bad and has always made them uncomfortable and embarrassed, but maybe that might not be a bad thing, according to “Higher Education Through Discombobulation” by Betsy Chitwood. She says that confusion and disorientation leads to a learning process that more people should use because it has help a lot in their learning. She quoted “ Confusion and disorientation are important in the learning process because these emotions force us to go beyond what we know in search of answers”. Having in answer to a problem make us feel great accomplish but knowing that the process will be confusion even frustrated can lead to a better understand and will be harder to forget. And problem that you have
Many debate over the whether structure or agency has a larger part in shaping human behavior. Structure is the repeating patterned features of society which affect the choices and opportunities available for a person. On the other hand, agency is the limit of how people act alone and make their own unrestrained choices in life. In the debate of structure vs. agency, whether a person acts independently or in a conduct dictated by social structure is discussed. Throughout my aunt, Margaret Gee’s, childhood as a Vietnamese-American immigrant, she had to deal with the patriarchal ideals that are commonly found in Asian family structures.