School Suspensions Suspension is a good punishment for misbehaving, but do they really want to be punished by not going to school for a couple of days? Suspensions are used to punish a student who has committed a minor crime in school. Usually kids are committing a “crime” because something has hurt them inside and they’re just trying to show what they’re feeling against the person that made them feel bad. So, are the students really responsible for their actions? Although school suspensions can be useful whenever a student misbehaves, the punishment can sometimes not even affect the student behavior against other students, limit students from learning new material and passing their grade, and could possibly affect their career life.
The feeling of loneliness from school bullying in children can cause other effects as well that can make things that are worse happen to them. Parents and other people need to notice this sign of bullying because of what children can do as an outcome of it when they feel no one is their for them. Having health problems is another effect of bullying and cause kids to have long and short term effects on them. These health problems that they get from being bullied can not only affect them but also others around them including their parents and peers. Academics are important for kids to succeed later in life, but kids that have been bullied may not want to go to school because of that one person that bullies them.
Why Bullies Should Not Be Prosecuted If people ask someone about their childhood memories, stories related to school will also emerge with high probability, because everybody spends a significant part of their lives in these institutions. Since school years are influential, it would be important that children have positive memories about this period, but reality does not always correspond to expectations . Bullying is one of the factors which ruin school experience, and it is gaining prominence. According to Olweus, "A student is being bullied or victimized when he or she is exposed, repeatedly and over time, to negative actions on the part of one or more other students" (Dake 173). As data shows, the number of children affected by such treatment is increasing: 27.8% of them admitted being bullied in school in 2011 (“Bullying”), while in 2001 this
Some students may be harmed by gangster members, including taking money by force, or fighting at rest time or after school. Dealing with the gangsterism takes away from the time teachers need to instruct their students thus will create an ineffective teaching and learning environment. Gangs had bring troubles and disturbing the classes and undermine the educational goals of the teachers are striving
Should schools continue to use the traditional form of punishment of suspending students? Is suspension a benefit or a disadvantage to a students learning? Is suspension the right thing to do for all students? For many years suspension has been a common punishment for bad behavior in school, though many people are starting to wonder whether suspending a student really helps them learn and grow or does it harm their learning career. This is a big debate that has just recently come into light.
In both college and high school, “students are forced to take classes they hate” (Raskin 25) , which plays a role in them turning to cheating to receive that passing grade they need. Students feel the need to cheat as if that is going to be the only option to pass any class. Surveys provided in the article “The Whistleblower Effect” prove that many undergraduates are under constant stress and are very worrisome so they turn to cheating. As if cheating was not irresponsible enough plenty of students also turn to drugs to relieve the stresses they face in schooling. Why is cheating so popular?- an individual might ask.
• There should be a close teacher, parent and police relationship with regards to truancy. For instance, at the earliest signs of truancy the parents should be contacted. If there is no justifiable reason for the child’s absenteeism then the police should be alerted. The parent should also be informed by the school about the child’s absenteeism. • There are students who miss school because of tardiness.
Too many high school student are taking drugs which ruins their lives in the future and its first starts off with a friend keeps on bugging you to try it and then once you 've try it you may have like that experience and wanting to keep on enjoying that moment of feeling something you imagine and that 's unexplainable. Now you want to keep on reliving that moment of relaxation or enjoyment and now they been doing drugs constuddely which has now ruins their ability to concentrate in class which causes them to lack in school work and lead them not to graduate it high school. As us the students we are the ones that need to speak up and say something about drug use in which its not only effetiving that particular student but the whole social body it 's ruining lives ton of young high school students and this all over world not just in Santa Ana Unified. Once I open the blue doors to enter the spanish building its reek of weed in that monday morning and teachers were looking around and trying to figure out who had weed. More than once this had happen and each year at school I learn more and more about drugs, how it smells and why people do it and how have drugs effective them.This isn 't just in Saddleback high school it 's all around the country and it 's to blame for those who makes illegal drugs and gives them to middle schooler and high schooler the possession of illegal drugs so they can have great profit off them.
The module gave a multitude strategies that I would like to use. First I must learn everything I can about that particular mental disorder and how it can affect the student’s thinking, learning, and behaviour. Emphasizing student’s strengths can build their self-esteem and encourage them to learn successfully. These students need to be included in participating with the rest of the class as much as they are able to handle. Mental disorders do often require the student to have accommodations depending on their behavioral unpredictability, medication side-effects, and memory or concentration
If this student saw where they had trouble staying on task they could be more successful in school. “After identifying the low task likeability areas that are involved when faced with an assignment, student coaches can be facilitated to raise self-awareness and develop necessary self-regulation strategies to alleviate their procrastination patterns,” (Sims 147). If a student can develop a