1. Summarize the case (1/2 page) The case that I am analyzing is the Incapacity Case Study, which outlines a situation with a teacher who is inappropriate with his students and ultimately faces the consequences. The teacher was found to be using foul language towards the students, and allowing for both inappropriate and illegal actions in her classes, such as smoking or drinking alcohol. Additionally, she was absent from school without notification more than once and missed important deadlines for submission of grades to be put on report cards. Following a meeting with the principle and a board investigation, mental illness was identified and the teacher was placed on paid sick leave.
Conventionalism claims our moral obligations and principles are derived from the “social norms” and what is right or wrong according to society. Conventionalists are obligated to know what society will approve and disapprove of, and act accordingly. Our actions are then essentially compared to the social norms and then deemed right or wrong. For example, in today’s society incest is considered wrong. It may or may not be right, but we jump to the conclusion that it is wrong because of what we were told and observed growing up.
She has stolen some late passes, so she uses the closet as a hideout to avoid teachers she dislikes and painful interactions with her former friends. Her only solace at school is art class, where she is working on a year-long project to create various interpretations of a
He believes that different child has different personalities, temperament, attitudes and with different development stages. For Locke, the best way to educate our children is to subdue their natural desire for dominion. Locke understands that natural inclinations are not optimistic. Locke proposes habits to break children’s laziness and keep them from being spoiled when the child hasn’t start school yet. Locke understands that children have the natural desire to be treated
Even though she didn't express her feelings about not getting any benefits from her mother's death, I can tell that she was upset and shocked that the government overlooked the work, her mother did daily. Smith-Yackel uses the telephone conversation as a frame for the essay, which is very interesting. It makes the story a little more realistic and it ends the essay well. Being a mom is one of the hardest jobs in the world, this paper helped my belief of this
In the article The Role of Attenuated Culture in Social Disorganization Theory, Warner provides several interesting findings about crime in certain neighborhoods. The first theory is higher informal social control leads to peace. The second theory is lower informal social control creates trouble. According to the text, she points out how children with different social status act in their communities. Warner explains that children in middle-class neighborhoods are most likely going to behave the way they should be because this is what they learn from their parents and teachers.
Mill points out exceptions to his principle and outlines children, mentally handicapped people and individuals whose decisions are compromised by ignorance, deception, duress who require paternalism and need protection from elders. For everyone else, Mill believes that they should be able to live their lives according to their wishes as long as they do not bring harm to others. Mill passionately defends the idea of individual freedom and believes that a person should be able to make his own mistakes and learn from them rather than be dictated by rules enforced by society. Mill fundamentally believes that living a life that is guided by the harm principle contributes to individual happiness. Mill believes that the harm principle
(Cipani. 2004). If you implement a punishment contingency towards a child's bad behavior you must supplement the reinforcement with punishment in which would be rewarding for the child. Conclusions Therefore, the six basic principles of effective punishment in which are most relevant for consideration when using procedures that may function as punishment to change any child's given behavior where explained how the factors influenced the given contingency to function as a Punisher. Eliminating bad behavior should begin at an early age for a child by implementing the correct punishment and keeping consistent with the behavioral intervention.
With that in mind, I am going to define, and explore different aspects of child abuse with some modern examples. Some people believe that physical punishments can be degrading and negatively affect the mental health of the child compared to those who think it teaches discipline and how to respect others without any significant damage to the child 's psyche. Oklahoma law states that acceptable punishment is when “Parents/other
Firstly, a bad teacher is someone who comes into class, and reads from his/her notes, and gives one a problem to work on for an hour with no input from the teacher at all. Bad teachers don’t have class management making it easy to clown around and not pay attention. They are then forced to try to control the class which they are unable to do without disciplinary actions, making it way harder to teach. Class management is important because teachers will have more teaching time and it’s a time for relationship building. Stopping behavioral interruptions will allow more time to teach.