High School Observation

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This report is based on the observations gather in “Earl Haig Secondary School”. As Behaviours amongst students and their peers during a grade 12 university advanced function class may vary, depending on the reason for selecting this particular course. There is one specific theory that refers during the three consecutive days of observations. Which are the Psychosocial Development theory and previous research on behavioral actions in a specific classroom environment. During the final year of high school, it has been confirmed, that most students would like to graduate and move on to postsecondary, weather by attending private school or public. Yet, it’s established that “students who attended private high schools were more likely to have socio-economic…show more content…
Examples can be rudeness, verbal aggression, and overall being disobedient, During the three days of observing the students in an advanced functions course, the findings were mostly behavioral problems that the teachers had to deal with. For instinct inappropriate behavior towards the teacher and their peers and creating a negative atmosphere in a classroom setting. These behaviors led to many conclusions on why students may act in a certain…show more content…
Erikson acknowledged that the adolescent period, is a crucial stage for developing a person 's identity. To an arguable extent, not being able to find an identity can affect an individual tremendously compared with a student that has figured out his or her true identity. Throughout Erikson’s theory he proposed three reasons on why adolescent behave in a particular way: Fidelity: Being able to commit oneself to others on the basis of accepting others, even when there may be ideological differences (Mcleod, 47). Role Confusion: Experiments different lifestyles and when an individual fails to institute a sense of identity, which can lead to either negative or positive effects Identity crisis: Unsure of one 's role in life, not knowing the real person an individual truly
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