Also what surprised me me was that school counselors do not have much time to be alone and think, they are always moving, as with any other teacher. I think that the best part of the job is getting to work with children all day. Even now, at the age of twelve, I like babysitting little kids. Some of the disadvantages of being a school counselor, according to Ben, feeling overwhelmed and working with students that want him to make the decision for them. Also facing the hard and emotional parts of life.
Additionally, a check in/check out system with a peer mentor may be beneficial to the student in helping them achieve daily goals, such as calming down when upset or completing class work. A larger scale check in/check out with the classroom teacher may also be useful for setting goals, such as remaining in the classroom for a certain period of time and then being allowed to walk around the school with a peer for a few minutes. In general, Meachem appears to be lacking a strong Tier 2 behavioral intervention basis, with many of the staff feeling overwhelmed and underprepared to effectively handle students with behavioral problems. A way to approach this concern would be to provide more support and professional development for the school staff when handling students with emotional and
This happens a lot to other people. McPherson stated in his book Stressed Out in school that homework, “Creates Stress and anxiety.” (McPherson 40). No one should have to have this stress and anxiety at such a young age. Another example is In the article “List of homework should be banned pros and cons,” it says ,“Student’s minds and abilities are tested all day in school, which can be very draining. When they come home, they need to be able to relax and pursue other interests.
For example, I let the children to take lead in their own learning. For instance, at the circle time I urge children to join in the music and movement. When I notice they don’t participate actively, I respect their choices and encourage them work on other activities. However, my co-teacher doesn’t like it, she told me that children need to learn to join the circle time and be familiar with the classroom routine. The other example of incivility in my workplace is my co-teacher likes to take longer break.
Think to yourself, do you think kids should have homework? Pros: Kids should have homework because first off, it gets children to work on the stuff that they just learned on the subject so that the teacher knows that the student actually knows what they are doing, and if they payed attention in class. Also another reason kids should have homework is because it helps kids be more independent. Further more, homework helps kids be more independent because it teaches kids to know how much time they have, and turn their work in on time in the article it says, ¨It teaches your child to work independently.¨ (Top 14 reasons Why Homework Is Bad For Kids). The last reason, why kids should have homework is because it helps kids retain the knowledge that they learned in class.
Should we get rid of homework? Homework is an ongoing argument between parents and teachers whether it should take it out of the system, or if they should keep it in the system. There has been an enormous amount of research and studies done on if homework helps with academic learning, or if it is just a way to put more stress onto students and teachers. Whether it is good practice at home from what they have learned at school, or a way for parents to see how we are doing at school. Whether it helps us or not it still puts a huge amount of stress on us as the school year goes on and we get more homework.
A reason that homework maybe necessary is coming from Brayden Mau, he said “Yes, because it helps kids learn on what they are doing and they can learn the material better.” One reason that homework may not be necessary is coming from Hayden Karpinski and Allen Leitner. Hayden said “No, We do everything in school that we need to know. Being at home is our own time, not theirs.” and Allen said “No, if you have questions you can 't ask a teacher.” So we learn in school and we can get help at school but if we 're doing homework at home you can 't ask a teacher for help. A reason that this supports my topic is because kids don 't have teachers after school so if they need help on something then they don 't have anyone to go
If students were to earn extra credit when participating during class, doing things told to do in time, they will learn compliance is very important those other behaviors (Hidden Curriculum: 2017). Hidden curriculum at micro level It is reported that the hidden curriculum is expressed in terms of the distraction between what is meant to happen, that is the curriculum stated officially by the educational system or institutional and what teachers actually do and experience on the ground while delivering the curriculum. Hidden curriculum at meso level It is observed by writers the way that a school or academic program is organized and operated can convey messages to students. If non English speaking students are largely separated from their peers for the most of the school day or students with physical or learning disabilities are enrolled in specialized programs that are relegated to windowless classrooms in the basement, sense of cultural belonging, self-worth or academic potential. The formal rules in a school may communicate a wide variety of intentional and unintentional messages to students in different
Teachers should acknowledge the fact that students have other teacher 's homework to do. Some students have real problems with homework and all teachers are doing by setting more in a row is giving them more to stress over. If teachers modify their homework like this then it would improve students academic achievements