Due to indiscipline situation students arrive late for class, are not punctual for the classes or simply bunk classes as the class is not very interesting or rather as a teacher we are unable to create interest in the class .This may be a result of lack of lesson planning .At times effective management of time is also overlooked. Non verbal cues like body language and communication skills also play a major role in making the class effective. Problems of Classroom Management can be overcome by being prepared for class, motivating the students, providing a comfortable learning environment, building students’ self esteem, being creative and imaginative in daily lessons. A teacher should not carry personal problems to the class by being impulsive. There must be Willingness of the teacher to accept responsibility for classroom control and Long-term, solution-oriented approaches to problems.
Compared to other classes, this MIS class has at home quizzes, hands-on activities, and a more laid back environment. I believe that a ERP system is not efficient or effective when it comes to classes because it makes it harder to cater to the uniqueness of each subject. It would be difficult to work with the students because there would be more constraints on teaching and learning in general. Every class and student is different, which makes creating a ERP system difficult to implement. To measure the potential improvement that an ERP system could provide to classes, the school could look at student grades or take a survey of
Conflict between children and their parents usually results because the former want down time and the latter fear their child won’t have a good life without good grades. Children in elementary school shouldn’t have homework because it is not beneficial to the students, it cuts time students have with family, and homework in elementary causes undue stress on both children and parents. Children in elementary school shouldn’t have homework because it is not beneficial to the students. Data shows that not only is homework not beneficial to children’s grades or GPA but it also determines a lot about children 's attitude about school, their grades, and their self-confidence in themselves and what they can do. It does not help with grades.
Homework is one of the burdensome deeds in high school. Students hate to do it; teachers hate to grade it. Some people wonder, “If everyone hates homework so much, why not simply do away with it and make everybody happy?” If only things were so easy; unfortunately, they are not. Even though homework can often be tedious and time consuming, it does serve a reasonable, justifiable purpose. While it is often inconvenient and unpleasant, it is important that high school students be assigned homework to complete to help teach time management and provide extra practice with the content at hand.
A general belief is that how we perform in school is affected by the amount of homework that is completed, however research has shown this is not so. Homework is assigned to students to make sure that they are understanding the material that were gone over in class, it was traditionally thought of as a way for the teachers to give students something that they either did not get to or did not elaborate on in class. Therefore homework should be banned because it has not been shown beyond doubt to affect students test scores positively, and it puts to much stress on students, as well it does not allow them to spend time with their family and friends.The argument on should homework be banned is a constant battle all around the world. There are
In some schools not only do students stress out, but teachers do too because they are trying to meet the expectation of constantly giving out homework so they are stressing over the fact that they have to constantly give out homework that can benefit the students. Another reason schools should give out less homework is because there was a study in 2014 that showed high stress levels, a lack of balance in children's lives and physical health problems such as ulcers, migraines, sleep deprivation and weight loss are a result of having too much homework. One final reason that schools should give less homework is because sometimes homework does not help in the students performance and standardized tests. As a result schools should be giving less homework because teachers are stressing to constantly give beneficial homework so they are not focused while teaching so there will be even more confusion, homework is affecting the student’s physical health by giving them migraines, sleep deprivation and other problems that affect how the student lives, and sometimes the homework that is given does not help the student’s performance in class and on standardized
School Suspension- Is It Worth the Trouble? Is suspending students for their behaviors effective? Are they learning their lesson? When a student is suspended from school for their behaviors, they are sent home and are not allowed to come to school for a given period of time, that is based on how bad their action was. Although students shall be punished for their actions, schools should not suspend students for their bad behaviors, they shall be punished in other ways, because they like not having to go to school so they will act up more, they will miss a lot of important lessons in their classes, and parents would have to figure out a plan for their child to stay home all day while they are at work.
Whose fault is it if a student is failing a few classes in school; the parent, the teacher, or the student? Students themselves are at fault for failing classes in school. It is one thing if you are struggling as a student at a young age, but as you progress in school, the responsibility becomes your own. Students are at fault for failing school because it is the student’s responsibility for them completing the work and the skills that are being taught, it is not your parent’s job to do your work for you, and if your teacher is doing a bad job teaching then it is up to you to get extra help. Do you go home to your parents screaming at you for a bad grade?
This approach to classroom management creates a safe space to learn, as mainly it is their space. Also, in this theory Assertive Discipline ,Lee& Marlene(1976),states that rules and behaviour expectations must be clearly stated and enforced. Teachers are never to threaten students, but to promise fair consequences for improper behaviour. For this model to work, the teacher must use a firm voice and constant eye contact. This model places responsibility for bad student conduct on the teacher.
Teachers teach students their behavior expectations by teaching them to follow a set of specific rules so they are aware of their expectations in the classroom. There should only be a minimal amount of rules, they should have easy, positive wording, and should be specific observable behavior (Marchant, 2012). The following literature reviews will show the importance of proactive classroom management through praise and consistent consequences through punishments. It will attempt to show the link between each behavior management technique and a decrease in disruptive
Intervention techniques such as Discrete Trial Training (DTT) utilizes the presentation of discriminative stimulus to the individual and upon the individual responding a consequence is given based on the response of the individual. DTT is beneficial due it can be taught in small repeatable steps (shaping, modeling, prompting,
I also think educators are having the trouble with the rules because this is something new and challenges to their teaching skills. Educators have to grade students work entirely different and try to make sure the rules are working for them and the students. I believe as an educator knowing that these standards will not help the students stay focus with the materials because the state I am living in, the students are learning from a textbook, which make them complain about it and be confused on the materials from the book. From listening to my child, I believe as a parent and an educator, I think that students are not going to progress at the rate that Common Core believes that they should. I also think that students will retain their grade level because all of these tests they are taking to move to the next grade.
This causes feelings of doubt and can hinder someone from actually being open with her. Plus, if she engages in gossip, it makes it hard to tell other people not to gossip. In this case she is not being a good example. When I was grade chair a year ago, I remember being called into her office and being told to inform my grade we need to stop gossiping. Looking back on the situation, of course we did not fully stop, especially when we still see our school leader indulging in the practice of
Students face different situations every day. Occasionally they might be facing problems in their homes or at school, making them have an off day which makes their performance suffer. Stated in the article ‘Pros and Cons of Standardized Testing’, standardized testing evaluates a students performance on one particular day and doesn’t take into account the external factors. Numerous students understand the content of the material, nevertheless they do not do well on the test (Envy at Work, 1). This makes it difficult to positively determine if the child showed their true abilities or not.