Sometimes we don’t have enough time to finish lunch and barely have time to do activities. They would be able to keep electives and short class time. Then sometimes we can’t finish our work and we will have to ask the teacher for help and they might not be there. We need more class time so we can finish our work and have it all memorized for the next day. We also need more energy for every class so we won’t fall asleep in class.
Now things are changing. Schools are starting to adopt a block schedule, which is 3-4 periods a day and an hour and a half per period. Although the block schedule provides more time for students to complete their work, this type of scheduling does not truly benefit learning due to the issues students have when school is missed, retention problems, and students limited attention span. Admittedly, 90 minutes provides students an immense amount of time to complete their work to avoid homework; however, studies show many more problems arise due to absences under the block schedule rather than under the traditional schedule. Making up missed work is difficult enough as it is.
From a freshman to a senior I grew a lot because in freshman and sophomore years I had always touched that I had to more years then I could catch up all of my credit so I could be able to graduate. But that did happen because in freshman I was a really social person and my grades were really bad I was not doing my homework I would rarely go to class than I had to get into a contracted. Even writing essay it always been hard for me because I would not practice now through junior and senior years I have been during I really improve a lot because now I go to my classes every day do all of my homework I practice all of my essays. And even sometimes I try to get involved with school like going a sport and it allows me always having a good Gpa so I could be able to play the sport. How does my learning impact my learning experience during high school?
What I found to be very irritating is the time span between classes. One class started at 8 am and then another class would start around 11 am, and my 3rd class was around 3 pm. Which meant a one to two-hour break in between classes. Granted, the break did help with studying but so much time was wasted between classes. What I find easier when attending online classes is the flexibility I have online.
This was by far the most difficult challenge I faced in connecting with my students. While students became pretty eager to attend the FIG session throughout the semester, they were not as enthusiastic about doing things outside of the class. The first event I tried to organize was a study session in preparation for the first round of midterms. I chose a location that was very central to where many of them lived and on a day of the week that they said was best. Throughout the week, I constantly reminded them about the study group session, however, on the day of the event, I sadly only had two students attend.
Saving money along with better test score while taking a day off of school sounds great, so why not do it? In some cases hundreds of thousands of dollars can be saved in a four-day school day rather than a five-day. It can be very efficient if students and teachers are on task use every minute given to understand what is going on in the classroom and allowing the students to work on it on their off day. Not only does it help with money, but Test scores and absences with sports. When is comes to saving money from a four-day school week it is simple because their are so many ways to do so.
Optimal school start time will lead to less free time for homework, sports, and other related activities which take can take a lot of time for many students. Most things in life run around a schedule and school runs around the schedule of parents, teachers, your boss, and other factors. In other words changing school start times will cause a change in the order of things. If optimal school start times (early afternoon) were to take place it would have a everlasting impact on generations to come and our future. Changing school start times may not seem like a big deal, but if every student in the united states was able to get more sleep and start school at a more critical thinking time than it will have a bigger impact later on by having more suited people for jobs and overall making people the better
The transition from middle school to high school was a big change for me. The 3 reasons why the transition was a big change for me was because I don't have classes with my friends, I don't have effective teachers, and my curfew was extended when I entered high school. Having to adapt to this change has been hard for me, but slowly I am getting used to it. Having different classes from my friends is one of the reasons why the transition from middle school to high school was a big change for me. For example, in middle school, I had all my class with my best friends.
I don't normally get home until 9:00 at night and that gives me a little time to be able to do my homework and still eat and I have that schedule from Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday and on Saturdays I have it for 4 hours I worked there my school struggles with my ADHD and my out of school struggles to and by that 4 years I got A's and B's and that's it on my report card but this year I've been going above and beyond and I have been a straight-A student all year long I'm proud of myself for doing this and being able to work through my struggles. I have volunteered for years and I'm going to 4 years to come. I have helped clean up the environment every year and I I do the project clean stream I go all out every year my friends and I. Back last year by ourselves over 10 bags of Stuff Plus Rusty poles that we found in our Woods. I've cleaned up my neighborhood and my town 4 years and I feel great about it I feel like I'm making a difference in our environment.
I think there should be four day school weeks because students most likely want more free time out of school. The school days will end at 4:00 or maybe 4:30 pm because regular school days wouldn’t be enough learning time. This way we could have longer class periods and it’ll help because you’ll get the help you need and work will be handed in on time. Every student has missing work, longer school days help you get some of it all in and grades will be up. Plus, maybe students could do a little work on the day that they won’t have school.
Every morning I have to spend an hour in order to send my baby to the babysitter and another an hour before I get on campus. As I spending two hours in the morning to get on campus and two hours to get home was through for me. Sometimes, I am late to class, missed examinations or missed the beginning of every topic with the early morning classes. This made me feel tensed and uncomfortable in those classes. Some professors, it was okay with them, but others it was a tag of war.
The college professors outside of freshmen year are way less forgiving than high school teachers. College professors don’t always check your work on blackboard because they have to deal with hundreds of students. When I’m in a class with 100 plus students all of my work is due online because it’s too many people to deal with one on one, so if you have to be on your assignments. In college if you are struggling with the material you have to make the initiative for help, unlike in high school if a teacher sees you struggling you 'll get more one on one attention. To be successful you must go to their office hours because thats when you 'll get your relationship with the professor.
4.4 reflection 1. the workload is what I expected. What I wasn’t expecting was the amount of time I would need to set aside a week to study. 2. psychology is the class that demand the most amount of time out side of the class. I been able to complete all the homework outside of class, now I need to find the best way to study for the tests. 3. cutting my work schedule would be the only way I would have more time to
“Oh, another?” You groan as you sit down, and you probably won’t get up for several more hours. Thus begins the fourth day of standardized testing. Students should not have to take standardized testing because it takes up too much class time, it puts stress on teachers and students, and students already take too many tests in each subject. For example, it takes up too much time in class. Standardized testing is taking up 2.3 percent of classroom time.
The second quiz my grade went up a little more, and during that time I did take the time to read some, but not all chapters. Afterwards I began to come up with different systoms to study. Over the next week my goal is to get through the remainder of the chapter to prepare myself for the last few quizzes and the final. I do not want to begin to slack off because I kow that the final can potentially fail me if I do not study