For Graff, his inspiration came from the vast potential that he opened up when he finally appreciated what scholarship could be. “I had to be corrupted first in order to experience innocence (Graff 26)”. “Everyone is different. We all learn in different ways”. This has been cemented into the brains of every school boy and girl from early on
In the article, “Welfare concerns associated with pedigree dog breeding in the UK” by Nicola J. Rooney and David R. Sargan, the topic of the welfare for pedigree dogs is discussed. Pedigree dog breeding can be summed up as breeding for certain physical traits the Kennel Clubs look for, specifically in the different breeds of dogs. Rooney (2010) states that, “In the UK, numerous pedigree dogs of many breeds experience compromised welfare due to the direct and indirect effects of selective breeding” (p. 133). People are breeding these dogs for looks and in turn the dog’s health is being compromised.
In the current decade, students are often encouraged to comment and criticize one’s work. This process is looked as a way to make students think and apply what they had learnt in classrooms. I agree that it indeed provokes students’ thought process and is effective for them to gain better understanding on a certain topic. However, the expectations of criticizing someone’s work had just been raised to a whole new level as they’re actually encouraged to tear apart someone’s work and always having something to disagree with rather than criticizing constructively. During discussions, teachers are often interested to hear students arguing about their own standpoints rather than the actual takeaways from the paper.
It provided insight on the reasons why I may be drawn to certain career choices than others, shows pertinent areas of strengths, as well as weaknesses. What I found most interesting is the parenting styles as a INTJ, although I am not yet a parent, it specifies that because of acquiring this personality trait, one may tend to be a perfectionist and as the same, expect the child to be one also. This can create a strain on the relationship. Within the workplace, I do appreciate a strict code of conduct and prefer to work in an environment that is challenging and with like-minded group of individuals. In school, the learning style made prefect sense.
To begin with, students should pursue a brick and mortar education, because of the bonding experience with students and teachers. Ever wondered why long distance relationships don’t always work out? The same reasons for online education. They are far, hard to reach, and harder to know the person. That’s why couples meet each other in person, to know the person better.
People change a lot about because of change of educational context. Also, for a perfect personal development, creativity is the key for students to express themselves and show their abilities. Cathy Davidson point out that: “To be prepare for jobs that have a real future in the digital economy, one needs an emphasis on creative thinking, at all levels…many of these jobs require highly specialized and dexterous problem-solving abilities or interpersonal skills” (60). Younger generation and students are more involved in the educational context in most of cases. Therefore, education context should be clearly and accurately guide students how to obtain creativity and other values for their better lives.
We have to follow rules at school, in society, and we have laws on how to behave. If we follow those rules and stay focused on our goals, we succeed in life with little struggles. If we do not follow the rules and do whatever we want, we get into trouble and have a lot more obstacles to surpass. Like a game we also level up because we have stages in life that take us to the next stage. When we are kids, we are taught the basic things we need, like: how to eat, how to go to the bathroom, how to talk, how to walk, and how to play with others.
First and mainly they are influences from the members of their family, from teacher and educators in general, and also from the advertisements and the media surrounding them everywhere and all the time. As stated earlier, we don’t learn only from experience we learn and shape our stereotypes from what we see around us as well. So, children are learning from media types of behavior as well gender-roles, which are presented to the audience. ‘’Role prescriptions include the behavior believed by society to be the instrumental means to the achievement of some desired result’’(Brim (1957), p. 346). ‘’Television can play an important role in the development of sex-role perceptions’’
Ideologies are shared beliefs, ideas, and mentality about a certain topic are formed by a society (Replogle 2018). Everyone grows up acquiring these ideologies that our society has created, to the point it becomes a second nature to us. People are able to distinguishing who is like them and who is not based on a shared ideology. So referring back to my teacher, she carried the ideologies concerning immigrants into her classroom and was influenced by it to the point of excluding and marginalizing me at the beginning. Remarkably, the power of ideologies in a given society can be a strong tool to produce racism and discrimination at the micro and macro
Fear of Public Speaking in Students Abstract This paper addresses the research into students’ attitudes to speaking in public on different themes and students observations of experienced gains and lacks. Each student stumble upon a variety of complexities in making presentations and these difficulties need to be identified and dealt with. Evaluation of public speaking allows determining strengths and weaknesses and work out the methodology of teaching effective presentations. The outcome of research is drawing general outline of good practices in helping students to overcome this problem.
Imagine children expressing themselves and learning at the same time. What causes this phenomenon to happen? The answer is simple: the arts do. The arts used to be something that students in most schools had an opportunity to take part in. Children would always look forward to their art classes because it was a time where they could relax and express themselves.
He designed an organized method that taught the unprivileged youths the basic skills to be successful in life. Lancaster theory is still often use in classroom all of the world, a strong student teaches a weaker student. This strategy is effective method to teacher students some skills. However, I believe that an educator needs to be more present in the classroom guiding and asking questions of pupils. A teacher has more responsible to their students than to hand out assignment, rewards, and punishments.
Since the students are learning at different levels, I work with each one to achieve academic skills; in addition to recognizing issues, encouraging socialization and independence. Also, I have earned the title as a Registered Behavioral Technician through training, exams, and BCBA observations. Applied Behavior Analysis is very useful while managing behaviors that interfere with learning. I am invested in knowing the needs, weaknesses, strengths, and fears of all the students.
A tragedy struck the United States on September 1, 200l also known as 9/11. 2,996 innocent victims perished in the attack. Thus, the peace we once knew ended, and the War on Terror began. This “war” has continued for 15 years, 7 months, 3 weeks, and 4 days.