Four days of school are better. The school districts have been arguing about the school schedule for provide the most effective curricular benefits for students. The current economic downfall has impacted many of the schools in not teaching the next, students in the most effective environment and decreasing their graduation rate. Next, Many school district have adopted a new four-day school schedule that significantly changes the customary five-day school week to recover its quality of educations. Next, A four-day school week is a relatively new and innovative idea gaining popularity with students and teacher across the United States.
Teachers would have more time to teach more in depth, interesting classes because they wouldn’t have to grade as many papers, so this would cause them to be less stressed and actually teach engaging classes so the students could learn better. Without the stress of test taking and cramming to study at least three to four times per week, students will be more alert and healthy. Students would even be more likely to want to participate and be engaged in school activities. Also students wouldn’t be concerned about how well they did, so they wouldn’t lose sleep at home therefore they would stay awake in class and they would excel more
A longer lunch break would allow students to go to teachers classrooms and get help during lunch so they don’t miss the bus after school. Although this could result in students being in school 30 minutes longer it gives them the opportunity to complete some tasks that would cause them stress later that
I propose that Carmen should start doing block schedule because this will give the students an opportunity to get more one on one with their teachers for longer class periods and to have less homework each night so that students aren't staying up late. 2)We should have block schedules at Carmen so that students are having more work time in class and less homework at night that causes them to stay up late. Having a block schedule will allow students to have less homework at night this also prevents them from staying up late. My friend who goes to a school that once had no block schedule. She had said they had changed to block schedule and that everything went very well for her after that.
In schools even though kids are meeting each other socilization isn 't really taking place ,If sitting in one chair for 7 or 8 hours is deemed as socialization I can-not comprehend what feeling lonely must be .Schools even give very short breaks where the kid barely has time to eat how is one suppose to interact .By homeschooling, various clubs can be joined and many more people can be spoken to and made friends with , a lot more time can be given to have fun with their friends as homeschooling timings are very adjustable . Homeschooling doesn 't stunt social skills in any manner infact gives more time to do so. Kids might make friends that last for a lifetime as they can meet more often due to homeschooling but in schools many children lose connections with each other after school hours / after graduating. Children are affected by their surroundings a lot so one kid might want to study with others while another kid might not . Some kids work better with others as competition as it helps them progress better.Homeschooling can be done with a small group of kids or only one kid depending on the personal preference of the kid .
This may be true, but when you look at the bigger picture, a longer vacation just makes learning more efficient. Near the end of the year, most students become bored of school or become stressed so they don’t do as well, therefore if the year ended a month early, students would be doing better because of less accumulative stress. Due to this misunderstood flaw, some schools have a 45-15 routine. This basically means that after every 45 days in school, there is a 15 day break. However, a 45-15 day routine is not efficient because near the end of the 45 days, students will be counting down the days and will stop trying In school.
The shorter week can help the schools save money without the extra day to operate and have also demonstrated some unexpected positive changes like students performing better on tests, higher grades, and better behavior. The four-day school week has minimal flaws when compared to a five-day week; the only major flaw is who will supervise the students while they 're not in school. After conducting research, I believe the four-day school week should definitely be considered for implementation in urban areas. One concern is, how does the district shorten the school week by a day? Will the students receive the same education as a student who has the the five-day school week?
It might take a day or even a week for the students to have a response from the teachers. Supporting Argument: Unlike traditional education, online education does not have schedules. The students are allowed to take the class whenever they want and this leads to self-disciplined. The students do not have to travel to different places and move from their hometown to take the courses that they are passionate in. According to Open Doors U.S. Student study abroad data portal, the number of U.S. students studying abroad is rising by 2% every year.
Having a school system run on a four-day rotation would increase their success by offering more opportunities for lesson and work time. Lessons in class are rushed and left unfinished due to the tight time restraints placed upon teachers. They are given an inadequate amount of time to teach the excessive amount of material given to them to cover and, more often than not, they fall behind in their lesson plan, leaving them unable to teach all of the topics in each of their classes. Teachers struggle in reciting the entire lesson within the given time. With the extra fifteen to twenty minutes on their hands they could
It is not uncommon for school leaders to put students’ academic results at a higher priority than teacher professional development. They think that sparing time for teacher development activities will make teachers unable to finish their teaching on time, and therefore will have negative effects on students’ learning. Schools in Hong Kong can learn from Shanghai to embed professional development activities into teachers’ schedule at regular intervals. This allows sufficient time for teachers to participate and ensures that teacher development is a continual process throughout the year but not just concentrate on the three professional development days. School leaders should recognize the fact that participation in the development activities can help teachers learn more teaching techniques, which eventually can benefit students’ learning so it is worthy to invest more time and resources for teacher professional