II. Body This problem did not affect me or other individuals because it was not our life and not our responsibility, but once others see the statistics of how high school dropouts have an affect on everyone in small and big ways it becomes something others are concerned about, which makes it relevant. High school dropouts are affecting the economy everyday. High school dropouts can not find a job because they have no education, if they had graduated high school alone they could be bringing in thousands of dollars more which would benefit the nation 's economy up to billions of dollars. Alliance of Excellent Education took a survey from high school dropouts reported feeling “Alienated at school and that no one noticed if they failed to show up.” Students also complained that,“School did not reflect real-world challenges.” and said they felt “Classes were uninteresting and irrelevant.” So all high school dropouts are not just students not putting in the work because they do not feel like it, but because they feel school is not giving them anything they need or want.
The most prominent conclusion of a study of the reward structure in schools is that a very high number of apathetic students is expected due to the lack of benefits from taking high school earnestly (Stull 5). College-bound or not college bound, money is a major concern for most students fresh out of high school. Directly after high school, the wages earned by graduates are not notably affected by the skills taught in high school (Stull 6). For these young adults, there is little to no benefit from paying attention; therefore, they see no need in paying attention or taking school seriously. While the disconnect between the curriculum taught in schools and the skills needed for the workforce directly after graduating high school is a major cause of school
Social media gives people an unrealistic expectation of what they should look like or act. As a result, people feel self-conscious about their body image which makes them afraid to encounter their peers. The more hours spent “gaming online, the stronger the link to social anxiety disorder, social phobia, depression, and even pain” (Introduction to Does the Internet Increase Anxiety). People use online gaming as an escape from reality. They not only feel more comfortable talking to people through a computer screen, but they also do not like to interact face to face.
This could affect their grade in multiple ways because if they are non concentrated on their project they will not get it completed by the due date. If they do not get it completed by the due date it can result in a lower grade than if it was turned in on the due date. Also another reason too much screen time is affecting their grades is when they are in the classrooms at school. Since most teens are constantly texting or checking social media while in class it can bring their grade down if they are not paying attention to the facilitator. Missing concluding
This lack of real personal interaction is leading to feelings of isolation. On social media we generally see people having fun and who are happy. This is causing teens to become lonelier often times due to insecurities. They feel that are not as perfect as someone else online, which might even lead them to depression. This has a great impact on teens
Imagine a world where teens get more time to do homework, have less stress, and have higher grades. That is what it would be like if teens didn't multitask. All over the world teens think they can effectively multitask, but reality is they can not. Multitasking for teens is texting or listening to music while studying. Teens cannot effectively multitask because it takes them way more time to do their homework when they multitask, teenagers get lower grades due to sending dozen texts messages while studying, and their brains can’t fully focus on one task and/or they are not aware of their surroundings.
However, although leveraging practitioners’ experience and intuition can result in favourable outcomes in highly unpredictable environments, it can also pose some risks for companies, since judgmental interventions can be strongly influenced by cognitive biases. Social Media data can be characterized as noisy and unclear, and perhaps the most discussed limitation of Social Media data is its bias nature. The users of Social Media are just a sample of all internet users i.e. they don’t represent our entire population in general. Not everyone is using Social Media which is why the sample from which data sets come from is most likely a very biased one (Gayo-Avello, 2011; Jahanbakhsh & Moon, 2014).
Remedial classes use up the students’ financial aid eligibility, but are not included in graduation credits; therefore, taking the classes push the students further away from their degrees. According to Tugend (2016), “Remedial classes, which students often pay for but usually aren’t included in graduation credits, are the single most deadly issue for students of color” (para. 15). After students take the remedial classes, they may have little to no money left to take classes that directly help achieve degrees. Even if a student passes the remedial class, he or she is not any closer to his or her degree than before, which often discourages many students.
Not being distracted by your cell phones or other devices, keeps you concentrated. Some people may think that phones aren’t a big deal because teachers don’t even let them use it during classes; however students can be very sneaky and use it anyways to get no work done. 75% of the students in the United States of America are distracted by their phone even when the teacher does not allow the phones to be in use during school hours. Using their phones when they are not supposed too can cause them to fail their classes since they are not paying any attention to the school work. In conclusion the “shut down your screen” week will only benefit us very much.
Social media is very influental for life. Especially teenegers who are looking for his identity. Social media influence the behavior of adolescent who are looking for his or her identity. The first i will explain discuss about negative impacts of social media The first, social media mates us anti-social, spending more time with social media make us less and more interacting with other people in the real world. Said “shannon Poppito, a phychologist at baylor medical university in Dallas”states that when people spend more time in social media, they break off the relationship from real life end up feeling less connected with them selves.