There are a number of circumstances that can heighten the chances for adolescents risk taking, these factors must be taken into consideration in order to properly come up with a solution to the issue. One factor to consider would be social class, a family’s poverty level can have an impact on a child mental health. Parents can endure a severe level of stress when they aren’t able to sustain their family, this causes a strain on the child as they grow, increasing the chances for delinquency. Broken families also play a crucial part in adolescent risk, as “a child's initial contact with the world begins with the family. It is the family -- not schools or churches -- that initiates adolescents to societal moral codes (Onwudiwe, 2004).” Families instill their children with morals and ethics that are accepted in society, without that base, young adults are more likely to break laws and ignore social norms.
A Teachable Ethical Concept McMahone and Hardin-Baylor (2012) explore benefits of using a widely recognized a leadership style in organizations called servant leadership” to provide a systematic training approach that could help organizations to encourage ethical practices in their work environments. Keith (as cited in Spiro, 2011) believes that this style is about the focus on identifying and meeting needs of others in the organization, instead of the focusing self-interests and maximizing individual benefits of leaders like power, fame, and wealth. Spiro (2011) highlights that becoming a servant leader require developing the habits 1. build this style of leadership into the founding organizational values of. 2. recognizing your own strengths and weaknesses and their impact 3. Developing a flatter organizational structure 4. listening to the people around well.
Another example of ethical behavior involves, respect and dignity of an individual, as treating diversity morally as we would want to be treated. Not just talking about it but taking actions to accomplish a difference. I know that I am acting ethically from my moral compass which has been defined by my life experiences good or bad. Using the outcomes as a guide to teach me how I want to live, which has reinforced by my upbringing, society and government legal system? I am able to differentiate what is morally unacceptable because I live in a society of laws and defined acceptable behaviors, honesty, value for human life
A worldview is a person’s perception of the world around them and how it came to be. This also applies to how one views other peoples’ moral codes in comparison to their own. According to Sire, a person’s worldview is being seen as a “commitment” to a person’s moral standing, or rather, their worldview is dictated by the person’s very self (20). This aids in one’s ability to set a foundation for their beliefs that they live their lives according too (Sire, 21). This also plays a factor in an individual’s personal code of ethics.
According to Douglas Reeves, in the article, “The Learning Leader/The Extracurricular Advantage”, he states that “I learned that the school has recently achieved dramatic improvements in student achievements on almost every count”(1). This means that the school benefits from every student that has social responsibility. In Hoffman Estates High School, few students and teachers tolerate each other even though it’s very diverse. Hoffman Estates High School is a successful school but could improve on social responsibility so that students are more actively involved in resolving conflicts and to have more tolerance to diversity between students and staffs. These are some of the reasons why students need to have social responsibility as it plays a huge role in having a positive school culture and success.
In the daily events of a school, it is the teachers who are…the position to intervene when bullying occurs (Yoon, J., & Bauman, S. 2014). In the educational environment, teachers must take initiative in preventing this behavior. While these too articles are similar, they also have different approaches toward bullying. For example, the article by Jose A. Casas, Rosario Ortega-Ruiz, and Rosario Del Rey, solely discusses the impact of positive and negative classroom management. While the other article discusses the actual role of the teacher in prevention.
The ethical decisions that is made in a social movement, and a ritual are different. A social movement, ethics plays a huge part, when you are thinking about your goals, you are thinking about the correct and ethical ways to complete that goal. A ritual, you are not looking at the ethical ways to complete it, you are just looking at the finished mission, and do whatever it takes to get to
(2015), unlike other ethical philosophies that emphasize learning and following rules, Virtue Ethics is more concerned with developing the moral character and good habits which necessitates education at an early age and lifelong learning in order to acquire virtues like courage, kindness and determination. (a.Virtue Theories). This ethical type make sense since it takes in account reflections on human condition, what it means to be human and thrive in the long run, what sort of human being we want to be, and all the historical lessons learned from the success and failure of generations people in reaching their potential. The strength of this theory is to count in emotions, community, balance between self-interests and others’ interest and incorporate them in developing traits or virtues that make us better at making decisions that affect ours and others well-being with minimum or no infringement on the rights and well-being on other human beings. Virtue Ethics looks at the bigger picture and tries to address dilemmas from a human perspective rather than the mechanical and calculative
Introduction The point of this research paper is to determine how different ways of discipling your child can impact their behavior. How a child is disciplined has a large impact on how they behave in different settings. First to learn about discipline it is important to define what discipline is. Discipline is the process of teaching your child what type of behavior is not acceptable and what type of behavior is acceptable. Discipline and how it is perceived can be impacted by societal views and the culture in which the child is raised; so, it is important to consider them when looking into how the child is behaving.
Exercise and sleep are controlled by the individual and incumbent on the motivation of the student. We know that countries who extend their school year have more success with test scores. Adding quality education time to the American school year can have a positive effect on all students but specifically those who struggle academically. Lastly, the involvement of parents in the education of their children will not only have a positive influence on the students scores but also on their children 's self image and motivation. Education allows you to think for yourself and communicate with others.
Diane Ravitch describes this flaw by pointing that once scores are in control of staff and schools overall, “the measures become the goal of education, rather than an indicator” (para. 7). As she says this, she is evaluating what the true goal of education is versus what it becomes because of misuse of standardized testing. An example of this in real life is described by teachers being forced to pass students to retain their job even if the students are not prepared to continue on (Jesness 42). All throughout the article Jesness describes her personal experience of refusing this “floating standard” then going along with it.
“What better way to prove you’ve learned something than to perform a task based on that learning?” Testing helps toward student improvement and the improvement of the curriculum while being non- discriminatory giving every student a chance to do well on the tests, and to help the student prepare for their future as they make their place in the world as a productive worker in society. Standardized testing at the SEEALL Academy University helps to benefit everyone and has a positive approach to collecting data, organizing the facts, and helping to improve student education. Data collected from testing helps as a base knowledge to help improve education for students and teachers. By a way of example, "The new law will empower parents, citizens,