Conclusion A. Review of Major Issues 1. Negative effects on school systems, blaming teachers for failed and low-test scores, and basing a child’s knowledge and skills off one test score are the reasons standardized testing is not working. The pressure placed on students and teachers to make sure these children graduate and succeed to higher grade levels is ridiculous. Many teachers are forced to teach the test to students, which makes learning intolerable for everyone.
Due to the large size of classrooms, it is difficult for teachers to focus their attention on everyone; as a result, students who fall behind are deemed “slow” and held back without any other attempt to discover why they did not understand. In response to this totalitarian system and a “dissatisfaction with academic instruction at other schools” was a few parents’ decision to homeschool, a form of education in which the students are taught at home by their parent or teacher (“Home-SCHOOLING”). Homeschooling is a preferred method of education over public schools because it gives students the opportunity to work at a pace that best suits their educational requirements and interests and eventually leads to higher test scores. In 2010, a study was done that discovered
According to Child Help, “a report of child abuse is made every ten seconds.” Undereducated parents can become abusive through a lack of knowledge in child development: they are typically unaware of the specific tendencies of children of certain ages, leading to the use of the same discipline techniques on children that will respond differently. Knowing strategies and children’s behavior will make life easier on the whole family. Parent education affects the entire population; everyone has parents and the majority will go on to become legal guardians. With an increase in an uninformed public, parent education classes need to be enforced through community programs and high school classes to ensure the instruction of basic skills, new techniques, and abuse prevention. Uneducated parents are a problem that has existed for a long time.
On one hand, you had people who loved the idea of their kids having to go to school for a set number of years and the state providing it. On the other hand, there were and still are many who are oppose to it. They claim that making kids go to school for a certain portion of their lives is unconstitutional. In the end, though, there are multiple laws in place that set the guidelines for the attendance of people in school. Although there are many people who feel they should decide whether their kid gets an education I believe it is important for students to attend school-whether or not they feel they will sue the information it will give them the skills to grow as a person and the ability to interact with others.
They worry that schools teach conflicting values. They do not trust the schools to give their children the individual time and attention necessary to assure learning of basic rules” (Dahm,1996, p.4). Parents are not well-trained professions therefore; they are unable to express what they want to give to their children. The reason behind going to school is having different teachers teach a subject that they have been qualified for. Most high school teachers are assigned one or at max two subjects to teach students.
I was quite nervous when reading the file on this child because I had no idea how I would ask him questions or know what he needed. I thought communication would have been impossible. But, by being able to see him interact with his parents before they left I was able to learn different signs and how the parents could get him to communicate which made it much easier for me to learn how to communicate. I was able to learn that the gestures, noises, and non-verbal’s that people use speak louder than words. Today I was able to work as a nurse in the way
But when all students are being taught the same thing there not all going to understand. I feel we need to try to individualize and specialize how these students are being taught. That way students aren 't saying to themselves “how come they understand but its not making any sense to me?” or “I am not fully understanding how to do this at all.” I can say personally that I have seen some schools taking action on this issue but not enough. This year in english we learned about a school that lets there students teach themselves. Sounds a little crazy doesn 't it?
This is because they are pay attention and carefully listen their child about the whole matter that being experience in the school every day, this will make them feel warming with parent when communication (OBrien, 2011). This can prevent them to involve the bullying in the school. Moreover, listen to the students and let the target be part of the solution, suggests (Adams, 2016). This kind of way can able to solve the bullying in the school with provide any best solution. In conclusion, the create dialogue, recognise and respond and, foster safety and inclusion are the main way to prevent the bullying in the school.
The problem is only one-third students know about sex education even they have many sources to get information but they don’t know how to go on the right way so this lead to another issue, high status of abortion. In fact, in US (2.235 people), worldwide since 1980 (1,429,272,185 people). From these facts, we need to have more and more policies to put sex education in school to teach the students even when they still are children. For instance, parents have reported that school-based sexual health education makes it easier for them to engage in conversations with their children as it creates natural opportunities for communication to occur and information to be sheared within the home. However, many parents think teaching sex education in school shouldn’t be allowed because they think all things relate to the gender should be taught at home and sometimes they yell at their children when kids ask about their gender’s problem.
But these teachers are advised or warned by the management of Belvoir college and parents can take several actions regarding these punishments. After all Punishment is one way to deal with challenging behaviour in children. It doesn’t usually work by itself. Linking the punishment, or negative consequence, to child’s behaviour and showing the child how the school would like him/her to behave will help in improving her behaviour in the future. Because of this teacher perceptions on the effectiveness are very important in a school like Belvoir College