I also know that discrimination is not fair, so I set an example by having all types of friends, no matter their color, race, or gender. I do not see a difference between people because at the end of the day, I feel that we are all human beings and should be treated equally. At school, teachers constantly pick me as their team leader whenever a task is being done because they know that I will get the job done and that they can depend on me without worrying about the outcome. Respect is something my parents have always taught me and even though sometimes it is hard to stay quiet, I respect everyone around me and I believe that even though I’m still young, people do respect my ideas because they see that I respect them equally. On a day to day basis, I try to use all the different values that I have learned throughout my life and that is because that’s the kind of person I am and I try my best to learn something new everyday, even though sometimes I may not agree with the ways, I know that at the end, it will help make me a better person.
This immediately sets Aśoka’s idea of a non-violent rule into place. Aśoka’s Dhamma is indeed, built on the foundations of universal love and non-violence. The edicts elucidates how any casualty in a war directly affects the life of Brahmanas and Sramanas, who live by firm morals, obedience and devotion. The passage explains how a loss to/of a relative of the aforementioned, is their own loss, due to the affection they had for each other. In this light, Aśoka says that this fate is shared by all classes of men in war, and is considered deplorable.
The most helpful type of feedback on tests and homework provides specific comments about errors and specific suggestions for improvement. It also encourages students to focus their attention thoughtfully on the task rather than on getting the true answer (Bangert-Drowns; Elawar and Corno, 1985). This type of feedback may be particularly helpful to lower achieving students. Because it emphasizes that students can improve as a result of effort. Thus it can be said that formative assessment supports the expectation that all children can learn to high levels and poor performance students who has the lack of ability and therefore become discouraged and unwilling can benefit from it.
Many of the younger children had a more difficult time understanding the process of the hearing screening and what was needed of them. After a while myself and my classmates began to come up with different ideas to help them to understand so that the process could go by faster. We came up with the idea to practice with the children and for those who were afraid to put the headphones on, we would but them on ourselves so that they could see that it was okay and not going to hurt them. At the School for the Deaf and Blind I got the opportunity to help with gathering students to get their heights and weights. It was interesting to interact with them because I do not know sign language.
Cutting homework or senior year, will make the education process harder for most students who learn at a slower pace. The four articles we read in class gave us all different viewings to how and why it’s important for people to have in their life. In Frederick Douglas and Malcolm X, they wrote about how they didn’t get the same opportunities as other to get educated because they were a different race, however, both of them took the time to self educate themselves and were successful. Education and literacy have been the two most important parts of people 's lives. In today’s society, everyone gets the same opportunities as each other when it comes to
Some teachers say it takes time from instructing and teaching. In short, students will benefit if the number of quizzes and tests are decreased. First of all, there has been a negative impact on students’ mental health because of the multitudes of tests and quizzes. There have been multiple accounts of students having panic attacks, crying themselves to sleep, vomiting from their stress, and headaches. Christina Simpson writes that“Articles in the press provide reports of individual students experiencing a variety of stress-related symptoms in connection to standardized testing, such as stomach aches, sleep problems, headaches, and anxiety attacks.”(6) Parents are having serious concern
With conversations started, arguments argued, and controversy settling; the question still stands - Should students be paid for grades? It is now very clear that students should absolutely not be paid for grades; they will lose their love of learning and crush their creativity, and they will no longer feel self-motivation. Instead, teachers and parents should pour out more positive encouragement into today’s youth, which will encourage students to naturally do better in school. Also, students should take responsibility and pride in their school-work, as this is the (easiest) fix to this rapid-fire
This perception also discourages male nurses and sows a seed of fear and anxiety in them. In my specific case, the discussion could have brought to a more meaningful outcome if I was more aware of the setting as it was my first week in any obstetrics and gynaecological setting. Instructors can also play a profound role in reducing the level of anxiety in the students as well as in the patients in some cases. If instructor accompanies students in initial rounds and interviews, students would feel a sense of support from their instructors. However, it is a challenging area and would need years of practice and experience to be confident about communicating and providing personal care to opposite sex clients .
Inclusion within a classroom is anything but early, for the students or teachers. Some students may not be used to being enrolled in classes with more than 10 students. Teachers tend to at times stress if things aren’t completely planned out for their classes, so they tend to plan prior to the year starting, to be ready for their upcoming students. “But what if including all students and attending thoughtfully to diversity were part of the solution rather than part of the task overload” (Sapon-Shevin, 2008, p. 49)? Exactly, see I believe the reason there are benefits in my opinions on having inclusion in the classroom, because it teaches the general education compassion and willing to support their peers.
To actively engage students in the classroom, it is necessary to avoid gender discrimination. “The studies mentioned previously, which showed male students receiving more classroom attention from both male and female teachers, also found teachers who observed these behaviors on videotape and participated in structured training changed their behaviors. Afterwards, the teachers called on male and female students in nearly equal proportions and gave more precise responses to all students’ comments, thus helping them further develop their thoughts (How Schools 69, Sadker, “Sexism in the Classroom” 515, Sandler 14)”. Differentiated instruction refers to lesson planning and curriculum design that focuses on students where they are, rather than the standardized one-size-fits-all approach (http://www.theedadvocate.org). This approach involves giving students choices for their projects, essays, and other assessments.