As aforementioned, I would collaborate with my students about the type of consequences that they would have if they made poor choices that broke one of the rules. The type of consequence that I would use the least in my classroom would be the conventional consequences. In my opinion, removing students from the learning environment, unless absolutely necessary, is a disservice to students. This is not to say that some of the consequences may remove students from their working environment, because they might, but students will always be in the classroom. To better explain my point, consider the following example: Joe is working with his group during math centers, and he begins to throw the manipulatives at his classmates.
Kidwatching is an interesting and helpful strategy for me to understand my focus students’ literacy behavior. This observation strategy is an ideal way for me to get to know my students’ literacy tendencies and interests. There are many students who do not feel comfortable with their reading and writing skills, which causes the students to lack interest in all literature. After watching and interviewing my focus students, I learned that not all students like to read and write. Additionally, I learned that I must always be flexible in the classroom because things may not go as planned and I may have to quickly adjust.
Teachers consider homework to help students better understand the subject matter. Teachers also assume the homework so the students will learn back at home. But did you know that giving homework too much and too much is not good. Here are some reasons why teachers should not give homework to students. The first reason is can stress the student.
In Hector’s case, he was experiencing behavioral problems and as a result, it hindered his learning ability and his ability to socially interact with his peers. If Hector and his needs were not properly assessed, Hector might have never learned how to properly interact with others and inside the classroom. Thankfully with the help of the IDEA act, Hector was given full support in addressing his needs and improving his situation. Therefore, it can be said that it is important to address diversities in the classroom for no child is the same and they each require different forms of education in accordance with their skill and abilities. By considering the diverse needs of those in the classroom, many will have the equal opportunity to a better education and further development as an
It’s vital to a child’s learning experience that we as teachers watch what is going on at these stations. Our text clearly states, “Many students rush through the work at a center without really paying much attention. Teachers need to be alert to these problems and check the work of these students very carefully before allowing them to move on to a new learning center” or another assignment (Arends, 2009, p. 427). Late finishers are a little easier to address. Arends suggests that teacher’s should let these students have extra time on assignments either after school with teacher supervision, or at home for homework.
Books like The Scarlet Letter hold many important lessons and morals for young high school students. Consequently, these lessons often go untaught due to the concern about some questionable material in these books. Although it is true that these books cover some inappropriate topics, it is also true that these topics are what help bring up the important lessons students need to learn. Lessons in adultery or other questionable topics need to be taught in school to help raise awareness to certain issues students may face in the future. Despite all the valid arguments, parents and educators use to explain why books with inappropriate topics should not be used, they always seem to forget that it doesn't matter how much they try to shelter students eventually every student will be exposed to these inappropriate issues.
This leads to teachers struggling to teach students school subjects without causing controversy within the community. These are the teachers who want a better environment in which students grow up learning the truth about U.S. history. Censoring history is making it disappear which results in students’ poor knowledge of who they are or where they came
Later in life, students that decided to take a foreign language in high school often don't remember basic conversational skills from said language, and even more so the entire language. While students are choosing their classes, they should not have to choose a foreign language unless they want to. Many students choose to not take part in a foreign language because they know that for their specific career path, a foreign language will not be useful, and overall a waste of time (“Should Students Learn a Foreign
This is important because it shows that the homework can be the cause of the end of one’s education. This also important because then teachers can see why some students just do not try anymore. In addition, one can see this when “They refuse to do homework and it’s lowering their grades” (LAXdoubleK). This shows that students do not even care about their grades because the homework is too much. If students already don't do the work or get that education that they should be going to school for they might just drop out, there's no point to being there in the first place.
- it is difficult for me to plan a class, because it takes a lot of time and also, it is difficult for me to imagine what is probably what the students already know and identify what could be complicated in class and what would be the solutions to those problems - Another thing is that the teacher needs to make a good environment between the students and the teacher because if not, some students are not going to talk or participate, so it is very important aspect. - When I am making the worksheets, the flashcards, I think they are easy but when I am teaching I feel that are a little bit confused, and the students get confused with the activities because I do not give the instructions