In source D Mr. Bloomfield a teacher said he was “...Disappointed. But I wasn’t so surprised”. If Mr. bloomfield's school had an honor code maybe the students wouldn’t cheat and he would be less surprised. .Another thing that would reduce cheating is that the students on the honor code will be severely punished if the code is violated.
Getting good grades is already hard enough, and the pressure will not help their cause. According to the National Education Association, (NEA) “Many teachers also say paying students for grades leads to practical problem in their classroom, including pressure to inflate grades.” This could help your child double check his/her answers. However, you are also giving your child anxiety. Anxiety could lead to your child getting depressed and later killing him/herself. Suicide is not a joke.
Several cases have been show that some children don’t learn their lesson, so they go into the real world thinking that it is ok to do and learn from legal punishment. “Many educators tend to bend over backwards to give students more breaks than they will ever receive out on the streets of our Society” the authors of “School administration are o lenient” are trying to say that kids are getting to many chances in school and this doesn’t work and our society and people won’t allow for these chances. While they make an outstanding point there are many others ways to prepare are kids from right to wrong so they don’t make these mistakes in life. After 2009-2010 “Texas schools started to turn into schools with professional utilized SRO and security personal, security technology” and know they have more productive schools and less suspensions. This quotes shows us that if we have professional help like disciplinary schools to teach kids the right from wrong and not to make mistakes in life.
They try to improve their score because everybody else has a better one than them so they feel they are not good enough. Should teachers be quitting due to the stress of testing? No, because they don't really go through as much stress as the students do when they are testing and the teachers should also be able to handle these things and not just quit because they think it is too complicated(Occupytheory). Does it affect the way teachers teach their classes? Standardized tests do affect the way teachers teach because they can only teach certain things and not what they think that the students might need.
Banning books has a negative effect on children and deprives them from fueling their mind and not preparing them for the real world ahead of them. Banned books can have positive message on life and can teach children lessons about the world around them. It is not good for children to grow up and not know what the real world is like, because they would not know how to handle life on their own because they were being protected from all the bad things in life. People like to do what, in their opinions, is good for their children, even when sometimes they are hurting them more than helping them. Some books do have profanity in them which children really should not read.
“I believe that some of this acting-out behavior is due to the pressure that is starting to be applied when the child starts in middle school and life-goals start to be identified.” (A Generation Struggling) In this example, this is not accurate because the rich kids actually can have standards to become successful, the Greasers do not set up expectations in education for themselves, they are rather expected to be drop out nobodies. This quote is reasonable because yes, Socs can be pressured ad not feel accepted or worth their parent’s expectations, which may be very difficult to deal with, but the Greasers don’t even possess standards of achievement in their lives. "Unfortunately, upon graduating from high school, a growing percentage of these affluent youth will discover the world is not circling around them. For those who enroll in college the message is “Work Hard and Party Hard” which may be their academic undoing as they fail to attend class or turn in assignments. Expectations for good grades may create stress on the student as they (or their parents) can no longer bully the professor into assigning a higher grade.” This opposing thesis is not valid because these kids which “struggle” with academic success, which is a struggle with some of heir lives, focus on the fact that they are so pressured to do well in school without their parents and have to be a exceeding well off person based off their success.. in which they should be grateful on of their greater problems.
The key assumption of the above punishments would be a result of a safer climate and/or classroom experience for all children as well as sending a strong deterrent message to all other students. (APA Task Force, 2008; Gregory & Cornell, 2009). But in fact it has been established that non-attendance due to the punishments listed above can lead to negative child well-being outcomes such as; poor academic performance, low school attachments, delinquency, drug use, sexual promiscuity, and eventual school dropout which ultimately does not promote a safe and welcoming classroom experience for all children (Sutphen, R., D., Ford, J., P., Flaherty, C.,
Students being hurt and distracted can cause their grades to drop and that would be bad for them. “Whether physical or mental, health problems can be so distracting that they make it impossible for students to do their best. If a health problem, either suffered by yourself or a family member, is causing you to fall behind and your grades to suffer, you may need some time off” (Wilson). This quote shows that not taking a break could drop your grades and might even cause you to fail. Therefore, taking a break from school would refresh your brain and allow you to do well in school.
The affect this disorder can have on people is unreal. Test anxiety can cause kids to worry about failure and that may translate to their scores. It is known that people with test anxiety score less with those who don’t. So even if a very bright kids scores poorly due to test anxiety, they are held back. This just proves why standardized tests should not be a requirement to pass a certain
Behavioral models- Depression produced by lack of positive reinforcement. Depressed children show behaviors that are less likely to produce positive reinforcement, but that do draw attention to the child and provide a sense of control. So, if teachers notice this type of depress behavior in students what they can do include not reinforcing the depressed behaviors, to reserve praise and encouragement for those behaviors that seem to increase in tasks and social functioning. Another depression is learned helplessness, which