The assumption the writer’s argument carries is that it is not the fact that students find themselves wishing they were held back, but that the teachers and parents should take action. The teacher should not feel sorry for a student just because they may be nice and the parent should not act because they are afraid of their kid’s failing. They should instead let it sink in, that they will fail if they don’t put their effort in. I agree to a certain extent.
The ethical standards of the OCT are vital values for teachers to be successful in a school. Care is outlined as involving compassion, acceptance and interest for one’s students, which the teacher did not follow through her yelling of curse words and her disregard for illegal actions taking place under her supervision. The OCT ethical standards on respect involve aspects of human dignity and emotional wellness. The teacher under investigation failed to show human dignity by shouting foul words and disrespectful insults at the students in her class. By swearing at her students, a lack of respect for emotional wellness is shown as well.
They are then forced to try to control the class which they are unable to do without disciplinary actions, making it way harder to teach. Class management is important because teachers will have more teaching time and it’s a time for relationship building. Stopping behavioral interruptions will allow more time to teach. Class management will also create a positive learning environment where students can state their own opinions without others bashing them for it.
parents and kids are pushing for grades not to matter as much on standardized testing and “measuring” the capability of kids through a test, and answer sheets. Teachers should instead focus on helping the kids understand what they are being taught because the majority of kids won’t admit to not understanding the material that they are being taught because they don’t want to be different from the rest of the class and their friends. If teachers could focus on teaching to THE KIDS instead of teaching to test standards it would create a less stressful school environment and students wouldn’t stress and worry about their grades as much. If standardized testing continues to dictate if a student moves on to the next grade then what are quarterly grades for? If grades weren’t held in such high regard by the majority of the education then they certainly would not be as big of a weight on students shoulders as grades just numbers and doesn't reflect what someone actually knows just because a students number grades are low does not mean they are a dumb kid; they could be extremely talented in one or more other aspects of life and they could just be having trouble with this one subject and students should not have to feel like their future is riding on that one
and began mimicking him in a similar fashion. It was difficult to watch the parents struggle, and it frustrated me that there was no discipline or punishment whatsoever; every one of the parents’ responses were passive. I thought it was very interesting to see how Child A’s sister was calm when she first came in with the parents, but as soon as they sat down and Child A began getting rowdy, she followed his every move. Unless the parents change their way of teaching, Child A would not be a great role model for his sister to follow.
Likewise, the intimidation makes them feel uncomfortable in school
Another example is when parents disregard certain things that they do. This is a major issue that I spectate in school, kids have horrible grades or they are disrespecting teachers and say “Call my mom, she already knows, she don't care.” It shows that they parents are letting them behave this way with no concern, when it should be an issue because they should be attentive about their children's grades and future. Therefore, if the parent disregard the negligible activity, then how can the child if they believe they won't suffer any consequences for their actions. Parents should influence their child to be exceptional and it displays a lot about their morals when they display carelessness about their children's
Before long, the cast of characters grows. By middle school, there are several teachers, the disciplinarian and the nurse, all fighting over what these children do not do. Their parents feel pressured to oversee their work, as they also feel criticized as if they’ve done something wrong. These parents would do anything to help their children, yet nothing they do reaps results. Soon, they realize that the efforts they are making are actually doing more harm than
Respect: Respect is something we all value greatly knowingly or unknowingly, we all hate to be disrespected, as it makes us feel worthless, harms our self-esteem and leads us to be less confident in a number of ways, and this is how children can be made to feel. As a teacher we must respect their feelings, thoughts and ideas even though they may be unusual or offensive as we would then look to find out why they hold those views and help them understand why it is/isn’t appropriate to share those views. Children with SEN may have trouble communicating their thoughts and feelings, as they may have speech and language issues, so it is important to respect the fact that this is the case and not become impatient or frustrated with them, as that is
Children should know why something is censored. We should teach them rather than leaving them in the dark. Censorship isn’t always necessary if it means not teaching children. If we censor what we should know, then we’ll have a bunch of children that don’t know what’s right anymore. Parents and teachers should explain what’s wrong and right from a young
As the initiative is run through the school the child goes to, the staff of Healthy Harold do not care for any of the above factors as long as the students learn the correct information that is supplied on the syllabus. If the child does not speak English, the school will contact the Healthy Harold educators to warn them of the issue, they will then send somebody who can speak that language or if that translator is unavailable, they will send over a teachers resource that the teacher can read and help explain it to the child. Individual - Individual factors include a person 's genetic makeup, skills and knowledge. Health behaviours are modifiable actions that can affect health positively or negatively.
Here Primack is saying that teachers don 't challenge students because they are afraid of lower marks on evaluations and complaints and risking their careers, so they give in and assign students grades they want but
This does not only include Madera High staff, yet school staff should start to pay more attention to who they think may be in trouble because school is basically a student 's second home and spend most of their time there. This is why school teachers have a big role in this. Based on this survey students think that the staff is not really of much help when in reality they should feel that they can seek help in them because teachers have a sense of authority and if the students trusted in the staff to tell them what is going on they could do something to maybe halt or change the course of how the bully impacts the student and end the problem or even yet a little advice on the part of the staff on what would be the right thing to do never hurts. There was a situation at Madera High school