The biggest headaches I get are from those students who have no training and no experience—yet they’re certain they have a divine gift or instinct for executive protection. These students are trainable, but they might have to repeat the class after some field experience to really understand what is new and different about this discipline. Repeating my classes is always free, and some lessons are much more real to students the second time around. I have a great track record with the quality of students who have come through my school.
(MP#2) Based on these points, many people affirm that those are the root causes which lead to educational achievement gap to students and they believe that solve all the causes together is the only way to close it.(ELAC) In my opinion, their claim is true but not accurate enough. They ignore the education part habitually because they think those root causes determine all the gaps that we suffer in our society. (ELAC)In fact, school system is the real root cause for all of those aspects.
In Hector’s case, he was experiencing behavioral problems and as a result, it hindered his learning ability and his ability to socially interact with his peers. If Hector and his needs were not properly assessed, Hector might have never learned how to properly interact with others and inside the classroom. Thankfully with the help of the IDEA act, Hector was given full support in addressing his needs and improving his situation. Therefore, it can be said that it is important to address diversities in the classroom for no child is the same and they each require different forms of education in accordance with their skill and abilities.
To improve this, teachers and parents need to be mindful of how their students feel and need to not push them as much. You could see why people might think cheating is okay and vital to succeed, that doesn’t change the fact that it’s wrong and that you should talk to your teachers about how you
If their paychecks were based off of their students success in their classes, their entire attitudes would change. They would take their job more seriously, and have some motivation to do their job the thorough way students need. “Many performance based pay systems include components which allow principals to terminate teachers who continuously fail to meet goals and objectives. Most teacher unions adamantly opposed performance based pay because of this element. Standard teacher contracts make it difficult to terminate employment, but a performance based pay contract makes it easier to remove a bad teacher.
Without people that have helped me to get where I am now, it would have been impossible. I am always grateful for what I receive but I notice that I tend to feel bad about it. I am still learning to not feel guilty and to use it as an opportunity to help reach my future goals. As a child, I could not control my class in society. I am always and will be judged and criticized in some way but all I need to do is to be able
“If at first you don’t succeed, try and try again” Failure is often a better teacher in life than success. Because we go through so many things in life, both good and bad, we have to learn from our mistakes and hope we won’t have to go through them again. One may consider success as being a major influence on whom we are to date, but in all reality it’s our own failures that help us learn, encourages us to keep going, and prepares us for future failures that are bound to happen. Failure is by far the only way we can truly learn, and by doing this you realize the mistakes that you’ve made. You learn how you should have done things in order not to make the mistakes that you did.
We assume that they know all about it, but the fact of the matter is that two thirds of teachers feel that they themselves are not experienced enough to use the technology they are to teach to their students. There are many other difficulties which teachers must cope with too. Things such as lack of resources, their own lack of knowledge and the necessary skills (which stems from being underprepared by the schools in the technological fields they are supposed to teach), failure of school leadership, teachers' own opinions towards new technology, and evaluations (which fail to take into consideration new expectations. Here are three essential items to consider before attempting to introduce new literacies to classrooms: 1.
Raising a child is one of the hardest challenges to be done – to educate a child in a way that it has adequate morals standards and will live a successful life. One of the most recent concerns is the topic of racism, sexism and in general prejudice and stereotypes; especially today, people try more and more to treat everybody equal, which is an honourable development. In the course of this, most parents want to prevent their child from developing biases and prejudices – but in how far are they conveying them unconsciously? Even though not everything parents tell their children has an impact on them, the gender roles they present do strongly.
Tutors help the child and build relationships. Building Relationships The goal for Peer Tutoring, not only encourages the students towards success, but also helps the student succeed, also builds a relationship. Peer Tutoring is beneficial since it is one on one. The child may not feel as scared to not know answers to questions. One to one discussion and
I have learned through experience that the best leader that people want to help is one that assists in all tasks that need to be completed in a project but one that also steps back and lets others take responsibility. Through the many projects I have helped execute in my school, I believe I have made a positive difference; yet, I did not want to be seen as the assigned
Educational Self-Analysis As students the people who we surround ourselves with have a profound effect with our motivational level. Our surroundings can emotionally impact our life for the better or worse. By reading the article “Brainology” by Carol Dweck has also showed me the mindset I have and reflect on the way I view education. like most Parents, my Parents want to see me succeed in school since they did not have the chance to do so themselves.
In the article Daquan was part of the ASAP program which gave him an advisor for his time in school that would help him and motivate him. Massasoit also has great programs to help student like us but again it is up to us the students whether or not to be
My friend and I are struggling to change our mindset, from fixed mindset to growth mindset. We don’t blame our parents for that, and we can’t, because we also learn at school and at our community, which are really out of our parents’ control. Instead, we are thankful to becoming what we are and knowing that we are able to change our mindset now. I know change is hard, but it is possible and worth it. I like the quote from Mindset book, “Change can be tough, but I’ve never heard anyone say it wasn’t worth it.”
English essay The story Walking The Boundaries written by Jackie French starts as Martin, a young boy going to his grandfathers house. Martin comes to walk the boundaries of the farm that has been in his family for generations. It sounds easy especially because he’ll own the land when he gets back. Along martins journey he meets two characters from past generations, Meg and Wulamudulla.