The values that I observed and analysed in my journal entries are the behaviour, participation, sharing, motivation and also creativity. When the children participate it affects them for the future as well. This is because they learn to say what they want and also give their opinions. When they participate they communicate more with others because they are free to express themselves. Participation is important for the children because they can tell their opinion about the subject and also learn more.
This anxiety stands as an indication that he is worried about where children are going to go as they are entering adulthood. Holden wants to know “where the ducks went when the lagoon got all icy and frozen over. [He] wondered if some guy came in a truck and took them away to a zoo or something” (13). The ducks, harmless, carefree, and fragile, represent children. Both children and the ducks are very unprepared for what lies ahead of them.
As we go around showing appreciation and thanking others we are passing around superior vibrations. It can teach many including our upcoming generations of how to behave and treat others in society. Good vibrations can teach others how to keep a healthy and positive society, in which many may seem to show more respect towards others. For example, in the article “Message to Grassroots” by Malcolm X it states, “Instead of us airing our differences in public, we have to realize we’re all the same family.” (Malcolm X, page 2). This quote proves how appreciating instead of us complaining can give a lot.
Studies have shown that being thankful gives the person who is thankful a temporary positive mood boost. Over time, being thankful also permanently raises the normal amount of happiness for them. One of the ways to do this is by writing gratitude letters. The change blog said, "Daily gratitude resulted in higher levels of alertness, enthusiasm, determination, optimism and energy." Also, people who have thankfulness have less depression and stress, they exercise more and they made more progress towards personal goals.
The wind was slight, just enough to keep you cool, the sky was scattered with clouds to block out the heat from the sun, and the waves were gently splashing against the shore. The first time we went it was to visit the carnival they were having. It was along the pier and had multiple amusement rides, and was wonderfully colorful. They had large walkways that went into the ocean and were made of thick, rectangular, boulders. There are spaces in between where you can see the water coming through.
He is lying still on the sand as if wishing that the waves of head die down. Another lady at the right side of me just finished applying the sunscreen paste on her body. A cute little boy trying to move on to an adventurous journey of exploring the vast ocean with his sweetheart. Noticing these details suddenly my eyes stopped at an elderly man who is spending his day sitting on a horse, controlling it expertly and jogging along the water. Two beautiful young boys could be seen playing carefully with the oceanic waves as if trying not to disturb the beautiful scenic view.
The challenge of educational reform is not only an educational issue, but also a political one. The idea that the American education system is broken is not new. The American people have been told time and again that we need to catch up. The message and fear this sends is that our American students are behind the rest of the world. Since 1957 with the “Missile Gap”(Zhao, 2009, p. 19), Americans have been playing the educational reform game.
A good school is a changing school. Experts claim that change is inevitable. It is very necessary for schools to recognize their imperfections and be willing to identify the causes of those imperfections and seek solutions, constantly evaluate, accept criticism and then adjust goals accordingly in order to meet the needs of their students. The development of an educational institution ultimately means improving the teaching-learning process as well as the environment in which it occurs through effective leadership. The processes of life and growth demand appropriate change with the passage of time.
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Introduction of these educational changes like school reform, teaching and teacher professionalism is possible through new curricula. In order to design , develop and disseminate this new curriculum we need a specialized development team but we must be aware that during the era of education reform, effective utilization of this new curriculum lies in the hands of regular teachers. By the actions that the educational system take, when it introduces this new curriculum, it can cause serious resistance to the changes. Resistance to educational change can be defined as students ' and teachers ' affective, cognitive and behavioral specific responses or acts of opposing or struggling with modifications because there is a vested interest in maintaining the status quo(Bemmels and Reshef, 1991; Van den Heuvel, 2009). Teachers resist change when it is introduced to them poorly, when it affects how they do their work, and when they don 't see the need for the changes.