Addressing the issues that have a substantial impact on student academic, personal/social and career development. The mental health professionals or School counsellors are members of the School’s Student Wellbeing Team, and consequently work within a team‐based framework. “Student wellbeing” refers to the promotion and maintenance of effective learning, positive mental health, good physical health, and the social wellbeing of students within the School’s care. The triangular forces –parents-Teachers-Society are responsible for the mental health of the students. Mental Health The public Health Agency of Canada defines mental health as “the capacity of
The evaluation will identify if the child has a disability, look at their educational needs and educational and other services the child may need, such as speech pathology, physical therapy, to be successful in school. Once the evaluation is completed, the school psychologists and school social worker will review the results and determine if the child has a disability. Once it is determined that a child has a disability, an individual educational program (IEP), meeting is scheduled. This must be schedule within 30 days. The IEP
Mr. Lind needs to design a monitoring system that is more personalized for each students based upon their IEP’s and interviews with the student(s), parents and anyone involved on the IEP team. In other words, he needs to know each student better in order to create a process to establish setting goals, planning, monitoring, reviewing, and adjusting. Many students with a disability, especially those with traumatic brain injury are not aware of how to set goals, or make plans for their future. A standardized monitoring system will not work across the board. Therefore, talking with the student(s) will open the door to a self-monitoring system he/she might understand.
Students will complete an individual biopsychosocial assessment, including goal setting and implementation of a change strategy (e.g. therapeutic approach) for either a real or a fictional client. For students who are presently enrolled in a practicum, and if it is feasible and appropriate to do so, they will be encouraged to use a real client (names and personally identifiable information must be changed for the purposes of the assignment). If a real client is not practical, a fictional client from a television series (In Treatment) will be used instead. If using a fictional client, students will need to imagine, based on the presentation in the show, what the client’s goals might be and what change strategies the student social worker might
Research Design and Methodology Discussion of Action Research Action research is defined as a systematic cyclical method for gathering and analyzing information to address issues of concern to seek to gain deeper insight into improving practice. “The process is one of self-study, thus a teacher engaged in action research may, for example study ways to increase student learning in his or her class, focusing on his or her intentions, methods and desired outcomes as part of the investigation” (Hendricks,2009,p.3). The purpose of the study determines whether either qualitative or quantitative methods or both will be best suited for the investigation. A timeline of five weeks will be used to conduct this study ( Refer to Appendix A).Action research
Adolescents spend most of their time in school; they study and join extracurricular activities in school. School staff should create an environment which is safe for students to share information. Teacher should encourage their students to participate in different kinds of co-curriculum activities such as “Health-Run”. So that, they can achieve balanced healthy lifestyle meanwhile they can improve study performance, improve level of wellness and extend their circles of friends. Besides, principal can organize talks, seminars regarding how to cope with stress for students.
This information includes the test results of all of the pupil’s; lesson plans that have been submitted by the teacher and an evaluation form that has been completed by the administrator. The criteria of the evaluation form are what has previously been mentioned above. The administrator will make the teacher aware of a time when a formal observing of one of the teacher’s lessons will occur, a date will also be set where the results of the appraisal will be discussed. The teacher will now be presented with a self-assessment form where they will need to take a critical view and reflect on their practice. The teacher will need to evaluate their own performance over the past quarter and will be asked to identify their strengths, weaknesses and potential opportunities that have noticed.
There should be awareness programs in schools and universities that address the students to monitor the most important pros and cons for using social networking sites. 4. A number of conferences and seminars should be arranged that address the best means and technological action mechanisms to overcome or control in reducing the negative aspects of the using social networking sites by helping of programmers and specialists in information and communication technologies. 5. Use of volunteers from youth to address all members of the family, society and specially youth in New Media and Mass Communication of various gatherings both malls and markets or parks or gardens or recreational facilities or beaches through a campaign for raise awareness with the positive and negative aspects that resulting from using social networking sites, and it may be under the slogan (together to protect our youth against negative aspects of social networking sites).
The students constitute an important part of society and are potential messengers to transmit different information. Being youthful and energetic they can engage themselves in various forms of social works which can uplift society as a whole. Student who learn skill to maintain health when young are able to apply them in their adult life and pass them along their children. An aware and informed student can be important resource person for creating awareness and influencing the attitude of the family and the community towards better health practices. If students are educated about different aspects of eye health care and eye donation , they can spread the message among their friends and family and can act as important motivators for eye donations.
Introduction The aim of this research is to uncover the effect of co-curricular activities on the social and personal development of students’ character, intellect and physical skills, to equip them to live fully and to train them for the grand vocation of human life, of good citizenship. As important as academic performance and factual indulgence are to a student’s intellectual capabilities however, by itself is insufficient Education along with co-curricular activities helps in the overall social development of adolescents. Co-curricular activities present many values to students, depending on the teachers and the implementation of those values in the activities being carried out. Students can participate in physical activities, such as