After receiving the marks, the exam found that 52% of the students had chosen Nazi Germany, Imperial Japan or Fascist Italy as our allies during World War II instead of the Soviet Union. This type of mistake is inexcusable! The internet allows children to have an open ended gate to miraculous knowledge. The internet poses as sensational tool that carries large amounts of information but it seems that our young adults have chosen not to take such a valued advantage. Instead, they spend their time on the computer working towards another downfall to their success.
With many open sources such as SparkNotes, Wikipedia, and Google, hardly anything that students create requires much effort. Honestly, is what I’m “learning” relevant? All I’m learning is how to do well on tests, how to manage my time, and how to get the most benefits with the least amount of effort. But maybe that’s what school is
Many comments of students were made that they use previous works as an inspiration. This is also supported by one of the responses the study had when a question, “Is it acceptable for you to plagiarize when you have the opportunity?”. These “inspiration” is often mistaken as plagiarism whether such an approach is considered plagiarism is questionable. Students blame teachers in this regards due to many reason. When students look out for other sources they believe that programme code looked upon on the same manner as solution to math problem as in having only one correct
Plagiarism is used by many people and there should be a serious consequence to the use of it. Many people plagiarize, some are on accident and some are intentionally. Another example of plagiarism is a student given an assignment to write a report, then they go online and look for an already written report and turn that in as their own work. The student copies the report from an unknown website to their documents two days before the due date, then changes the author's name to his or her name to make it seem like they did the work on their own
Assuming that you can learn the same thing in a way which is way more suitable or effective for you than go to classes, then why take the bumpy road when there's an easy and smooth path ? Everyone should have a different study method that's best and only for themselves, but at school professors only teach in their own ways. Take me for example, when I learn through listening the lectures, whatever I get is something that's been organized, formed, and completed by other people, which means that's their own thoughts and not mine. However, If I learn something from scratch all by myself, I get to piece every detail together, let it make sense to me, and receive it; what I learn is truly mine. This means that going to class and pay attention and listen don't necessarily do you any good, or may not be the best for you, then if you can use those hours choosing your own method to study and yield the better result, why
It is unfair for colleges to be so dependent on a standardized test that does not predict how the student will succeed in college. The ACT is a test that is based on information that has either been taught since elementary school or not taught at all. First of all, I do not have a brain that can hold useless information forever. However, my brain is able to effectively absorb the lectures that are taught in a classroom and use that knowledge gained in order to pass that class. Likewise, in college, I will also be tested on the information that was taught in a class, instead of random information that I do not know.
Which was a group in which every student was equal and more organized, nobody had judged those in the wave. But this could have been used to manipulate the students to do what Mr. Ross wanted. Another teaching method would be Ms. Gruwell Erin had been teaching students that had been considered unteachable by the school. She had them write how they wrote. It was a way in which they could share their emotions/feelings of the past, present, and future.
Everyone says that it’s so hard, or so much work, but if you stay on task and pay attention in class it’s not that bad. I was one person to struggle in middle school grade wise, but since I was told that high school would be so much harder, I’ve paid a lot more attention in class and done all my work. Another thing I would tell the current eight graders, is that you don’t need friends to get through high school. It’s understandable if you want to have friends so you’re not lonely all the way through high school, but you don’t need them and its better if you don’t have them so it’s easier to pay attention in classes and get more work done
Such person notes that, a teacher should be acquainted with capacity of each student and firstly they should believe that they can do everything. As I read in the article, they can gain success when they make their students feel this confidence. We can see the same approach in the film too. McKenna involves all of his students to withdraw from a forcible lifestyle and discover their potential. Speeches of the students in the school event, their participations in lessons, in a word their maximal change is evidence of it, earlier these students fought with each other, having bad habits, not approached to the school as a educational institution.
This plagiarized work are sometime been referred or searched first before the original author work, which make the original author credit been "forgotten". The credit will be seen to be given to the plagiarized work where this work only simply contains works of others, and not the work of the plagiarism author. (3)The self assorted plagiarism: The self absorbed plagiarism refers to author that reuse and republish their own works in different articles with different titles. By doing so, it increase the author number of publication of their "new" works online. The authors may just reuse part of their previous work, rephrase it, and reformat the layout, before publishing it as a new article with new title.
Competition only occurs when one reaches the junior year of college because the availability decreases as the number of years increase, since Warhawk Academy has exclusive features such as; discounts on books, un-restricted parking, and early access to technology. Selectiveness is not a major concern because as long as one keeps a grade-point average of a 3.8, admission will be granted. Lastly, other organizations might mention the attitude of the members. According to Bentley University, entering into organizations will help one find out about themselves: and this “self-awareness will be beneficial in your future career.” Members are required to show respect and have leadership skills in all situations to successfully accomplish this
Our teacher knew how to keep us calm which is what they should be educated on how to do. The man who was a threat to our school was in the elementary portion of our school the entire time, but no one knew this during the lockdown. He had a hit list in mind and it was mostly made up of school staff. Although no one was at all injured in this
There are many students that are guilty about cheating on assignments in school. With easy access to the Internet students are able to pay other people online to do their work. It is a easy way for students now to go on the Internet and buy a paper, when they are too busy to sit down and do the paper themselves. It seems as technology grows and grows and more websites come up, more people will stop doing the work and stop being creative. When will they ever stop cheating or stop being lazy?
The first event was a consistent thing which was teachers correcting my essays . Every time I would receive an essay or an assignment I would always have an error with using the words " their and there" and using the right conjunction words. The problem that I had was when I was younger I wasn 't taught how to use those words. For an example instead of using the word your correctly I would use it "You 're a pretty cool person." When in reality you 're supposed to use it with the word "you 're."
Jonathan Zimmerman is saying that while many people believe as technology evolves and advances that it will make education better and better. Students claim there is nothing wrong with being on social media while doing school work is not detrimental to their education but instead claim they are simply, "mutitasking". Students now believe that everything in education can be done easier and more efficient through using their computers and cellular devices. But when it comes down to the facts, studies that have been conducted over and over again have shown that those who claim to be "mutitaskers" preform worse than the average person in just about every skill tested. Other studies show that just by reading something off a computer screen or a phone screen causes you to retain and comprehend less of what you are reading.