Also our teachers are there to teach math, science, and English well none of this stuff will ever help them if they don 't learn moral values. It is a teacher 's job t prepare us for the future so this is part of that. If they let kids get away without teaching it they will think they have power over the teacher and this will start to cause major problems in class. Here are the main things that should and need to be taught. Trust, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship without this you can 't do much.
I set everyday goals that helps me not to think about those voices that told me I wasn’t able. Going to tutoring to get help with work so I won’t fail test. Studying is a goal I need to really set because when I try to study I hear the word stupid over and from the teacher’s voice. It stops me from working and I get stuck like I’m in a spell but I’m working hard to find ways to study. Moving forward will always will be hard fear or no fear so if you have goals reach for them until your grip is secure and move
Many people argue that the public school system does not help students get ready for real world jobs. Testing in schools is the biggest issue people have; students try to cram knowledge into their brain for a test the usually forget all the information soon after. This tactic is used by students because that is the only time they will ever need that information. If students were taught tips and skills that could help them succeed in future jobs, students would cherish those skills and be able to use them to be successful in jobs. The Denver post produced a cartoon that was sketched by Mike Keefe, to show how kids are not prepared for jobs because of the school system.
Technological advances bring about changes in education. To achieve the nation 's aspiration to develop a 21st-century generation, a teacher needs to master various disciplines, keep abreast of policy and education issues, expertise in pedagogy (teaching and learning), using the latest technologies and applying pure values for development good morals and personality. However, there are still teachers who have not mastered the 21st-century skills. Teachers who have not mastered 21st-century skills cannot implement it in teaching and learning process, this causes the students are not exposed to 21st-century skills. This is a bit of a disadvantage to the education system because 21st-century skills have been used for all countries.
It leads to the lack of resourse for the user. And the lack of brand-new idea in computer games lead to the difficult to raise students' interest. Computer games’ developers and educational institutions do not have the consensus. Since developers focus on making money, so they design customized games to ingratiate children but ignore the importance of teaching. Most of the mathematic games in the market is to bring up the mathematical ability but not to improve the knowledge of mathematic itself, so the improvement of the school result is not directly.
Education does not exist to humor parents with useless academia and imagination, but rather to learn how to act when students reach adulthood and must react to real scenarios in a competent and informed manner. In fact, many students complain how the American education system fails to prepare them for real-life situations, while providing information that will never be used again by students. However horrifying to the book’s opponents, the book’s situations represent those which students will likely need to face and react appropriately to later in their lives. In this sense, no other high school curriculum book approaches the comprehensibility of The Catcher in the Rye. Readers can experience failure, independence, regret, and depression as well as more specific difficulties through the experiences of Holden.
Introduction Underprivileged and underachieving students are a large challenge in schools. Teachers have a challenge in dealing with students who are not interested in learning. This is because their work is to know how students should achieve good grades to their potential. The real problem arises from teachers starts developing negative attitudes towards these students. Underprivileged students have no access to resources like reading materials, lack of uniforms, lack of enough food and this may lead to uncompleted homework or assignments.
The reason for this is because of my score on the ACT. Nowadays, colleges are so dependent on the ACT that getting an equal chance at college in nearly impossible for students that are horrible at standardized testing. Also, the ACT has the most unrealistic time limit in order to complete each portion of the test. Lastly, it seems as though the test makers do not understand that not all children have the privilege of having wonderful learning and living environments at home to help them excel in school. These reasons show that the ACT does not fairly reflect the knowledge, educational determination, and ability of the students to succeed in taking this test.
Education is a significant pillar of life because it allows people to explore and learn different things. Yet better than that, it also teaches people to be more open minded and prepares them to be independent for the future. So education is a process of transferring knowledge from one generation to the other. Education is so important in building a satisfying society however, students intend to not have any passion in learning and going through the same traditional education routine. The biggest problem about traditional education is that students find it to be boring and they have a lack of interest about it, since in the United States of America, a child drops out of school every nine seconds, and also by they reach the age of 21, they would have spent 10,000 hours playing video games as that interests them.
Communicative competence is one of the vital abilities required for not only a successful career but also a happy life. Generally our Syllabi at the Schools don’t ensure that the students learn English in the proper order i.e. LRSW. Speaking is not given due importance in schools. So in spite of spending about fourteen years in learning English many students are reluctant to converse in English.