Neglect and Abuse affecting school habits People all around can blame many things for things for not getting a good education but im here to explain that the reasons you may have about this topic could not be true or that you have been trained to think that what you hear is correct and not reality .So people have many things to argue and this is a great time to argue the reasons of why kids just don 't do good in school. There are people that say that the teachers are too hard an that there unfair but thats not the case you could say that about yourself maybe but what about the other people around you ? D o these people not count and there stories might be very different from yours also like what if those people have issues at home that don 't allow them to show up to school or what if they don 't have anyway to go to school . So there are reasons that kids fall behind or just don 't do good in school and i have some of the real reason on why kids fall short in there academics .The reasons that students fall short academically are Neglect, and Abuse . Neglect can come in many
If hearing issues remains untreated, this might post a number of serious consequences in term of social communication as well as academic performance that can bring severe concerns later in life. Poor listening conditions classroom may limit the students’ access to educational information and knowledge. Students with hearing impairment are often thought have weaker classroom performance or lack of participation in class. A lot of HI students were considered and labeled ‘problematic’ by the teachers in an ordinary classroom due to the misunderstanding of the real issues that the student is going through (Leverett, 2002). The fact is, a HI student has difficulty focusing because of the distractions of noise from the surrounding environment, or they just simply can’t hear well for most of the time.
This chapter outlines the causes of underachievement to be that of the emotional and social problems of students, lack of an appropriate curriculum because in some instances students may be gifted in areas other academia and are not allowed to display that gift and learning and self- regulation difficulties all contribute to underachievement. It is noted that the attitudes of teachers and counselors towards students contribute to between the gap of a student’s performance and potential. Teacher’s roles are pivotal in a student life because students seek acceptance and appreciation from their teachers, when it is not given or they feel like they are given the same acceptance as others, students underachieve.
Another issue with standardized tests that if a student do poorly on them, they will be rejected by the colleges or jobs that they want. Subsequently, these tests are ruining countless intelligent people’s opportunities of being successful. Therefore, several students and teachers to cheat on the tests to acquire a better score. Standardized tests need to be better suited for the people taking them or to be removed completely. Specifically, these tests are not an accurate measure a student’s intelligence.
(1) Standardized Tests Are Ineffective Standardized tests in elementary and secondary schools are ineffective because they aren 't taken seriously, don 't accurately portray one 's intelligence, and they change the way students view themselves. When students take standardized tests, many don 't take them seriously which affects the data collected, creates a lack of school interest, and increase of stress. The purpose of standardized tests is to evaluate students individually and as a whole through academics. When students don 't try their best, their full capabilities and knowledge aren 't reflected by the test scores collected making it hard for educators to gage what needs or doesn 't need improvement. Additionally, the lack of seriousness transitions into students being uninterested in school because they have to take unnecessarily long tests.
Even students are tired of being deprived creativeness in the classroom and they are only learning certain objectives that will help them do well on a standardized test. Standardized tests do not show student success or help the students; therefore, we should have less standardized testing. A deteriorating factor of standardized test is they do not show student achievement very well because it only tests certain subjects with a multiple choice format. They unsuccessfully give credit to different skills students have. These tests don’t show student excellence in creativeness or critical thinking.
According to a research, students who were forced to wear school uniforms showed many stressful emotional graphs and aspect of action. This is especially harmful when they are in a critical period of personality formation. Another important reason not to force students wear school uniforms is when students look different and express their outlooks, it makes them to be tolerant, and to understand other’s differences. If a student wore uniforms for several years, he or she cannot understand other person who wears different uniform. It makes students to lose diversity and tolerance towards strangers and people who are in a minority.
Nevertheless, their low performance and bad grades show there is a problem. Unfortunately, especially in the English class, bad results are becoming commoner. It is said that lack of motivation in language learning is the main cause for students’ low proficiency levels. Some people claim it is due to external factors, and consequently is teachers’ responsibility. While others say this problem must be internal, regarding students’ role.
Unfortunately, this will make it harder for the schools to educate students as problematic behaviours are likely to interfere with the education process. There are some reasons as to why students behave inappropriately that lead to severe problems of student behaviour therefore there are also solution to demolish the students’ problems. First and foremost, parents play as an important role model to their children. But nowadays, many parents do not have the time or the skills required to teach their children the value of manners and respecting others. Parenting practices are another common cause of poor student behaviour, according to researchers at The University of Science and Technology in Pakistan.
Lack of teachers’ confidence Many scholars show that the lack of confidence prevents teachers from using ICT in their teaching. According to BECTA (2004) several research find that the lack of competence is a major factor since teacher fear from the situation of failure when they use ICT, Beggs (2006) asserted that limited knowledge of ICT by teachers makes them feel worry