Uniforms at Schools Students are under excessive pressures to fit in with their peers and still perform well in school and their studies. The idea of uniforms at school is an excellent manner to help students succeed not only in school, but to prepare them for challenges in their lives. Students who do not look, act, or dress the same as one group, are more often than not, left out. In some private schools, it is rare for uniforms to be worn although public schools may retain them. Uniforms at schools make a student feel more relaxed.
Co-ed schools versus single-sex schools: which will provide a better learning experience for students? The debate over whether or not the genders should be separated in the classroom still stands today. In a society where both men and women have to work together harmoniously, a co-ed education initially seems to be the more viable option since it prepares students for real-world experiences. Although every student has different learning styles, a student would, however, ultimately benefit from the tailored curriculum and comfort of a single-sex educational environment. Students will have a more relaxed learning experience without distractions from the opposite gender.
It makes it easier for students to build strong relationships and to choose friends based on their personalities and skills instead of choosing them based on their popularity. One of the common advantages of school uniforms is there is no need for schools to make any policies related to dress codes because a lot of schools that don’t have uniforms do have a dress code; but knowing what rules to include can be very demanding for students because they need to know ,for example, what sort of footwear are inappropriate and what length, materials and types of skirts are fine, and so on. With school uniform, it is easier for them to know what it is okay and what it is not since there is just a single outfit to base the policies
Having a friendly connection with difficult students is an easy way to manage the whole class because if they like the teacher, then the teacher will have a powerful influence on their behavior. So when teachers speak to difficult students, they should avoid talking about behavior issues. Instead, they should discuss common interests and work on getting to know them for the sake of getting to know them just like what Principal Davis has been doing the past ten years. In fact, Richard was opening up to his teacher when he told John that he would miss his ride if he’d be in detention. John could have started a friendly conversation that would have ended up well for all parties concerned.
Separation in a classroom is an idea that is more practical in terms of meeting a students needs. Specific cases determine the usage of separation and if it is needed for the student if they have unique difficulties that require one on one or individualized attention. In a perfect society, inclusion would seem to be the answer for special education because the students can learn from their peers and receive outside perspectives and ideas from classmates. For normal students, this is beneficial, but for a student that is far behind in material and understanding a personalized lesson plan is what is going to be the most profitable method. It does not mean that the school or teacher is restricting their socialization or rights, in actuality they are benefitting the education the student is receiving.
Dishonesty in the Digital Age As the way students do research evolves, so does the way that they plagiarize. As technology improves the way students plagiarize improves making it seem like it is not ethically wrong. There are many factors contributing to why students think cheating is morally correct as well as there are many factors that can be done or taught to help students realize why it is ethically wrong to plagiarize. Many students grow to have the mindset that keeping good grades as well as being involved in many school activities are some of the few actions that are going to help them become academically successful in the future. This adds pressure to the social expectations of a student having to balance a healthy social and academic
Adam (2002)9 sees role-playing as simply a less technologically elaborate form of simulation. I think that the biggest challenge in public schools is the lack of the resources ,so I think this strategy is convenient for application without using any resources .This strategy goes with context of my inquiry with this lack of resources . The Role -play strategy have many advantages in education for students and the teachers.Regarding students benefits asJarvis,Odell andToriano see that it encourage the students to make reflection about their knowledge of subject and they see it an excellent teaching method for reviewing material at the of the course ,But I don’t agree with them, I think students through revision should imply what they understand , but the effectiveness of this strategy is to introduce the difficuit concepts in the learning precess to make all students engaged and entertained which is reflected on their knowledge. Also, when the students participate they become embedded with the concepts that is very important to make a deep understanding of these concepts and this participating increase the learning as (fogg ,2001)sees , In addition, role play gives life of the theoretical materials.Also, It has a great benefit because the students are able to connect between the theoretical aspects and practiacal aspects.Finally, the
Single sex schools have been gaining popularity in recent years because of the belief that there are fewer distractions and teachers are more able to focus on the learning style that is the most prevalent for that sex. Parents of either sons or daughters will know that they learn in different ways, respond to different methods of teaching and mature at different speeds. Both boys and girls can benefit from being in schools that recognize these differences such as single-sex schools and can provide an education that is designed specifically to fit their needs. But there are also downfalls to single-sex schooling. First I will discuss the pros of attending a single sex school.
The discussion we had towards the end of class caught my attention because we were talking about if protesting gives a bad image to a leader and I feel like it all depends on what is happening throughout the protest. I personally don 't like the idea of protesting due to the fact that I am very quiet person but I still make an impact in and out of school as a leader. However, my whole perspective about protesting changed whenever Donald Trump announced the ending of the Dream Act(DACA). I was and still am very passionate about this topic which made me want to protest for a positive impact and acknowledging the fact that it 's going to hurt a lot of families especially children that came to the United States has a young
Dreams, ambition and aspirations are just few things that motivate the students to go to school. These motivations will boost the student's interest in performing their tasks. They will always be present on class, participate in discussions and do their home works. As a result, they are able to get good grades or to reach success. On the other hand, demotivation can be crucial in some cases as this may drive the students not to perform their tasks.