I propose that Carmen should start doing block schedule because this will give the students an opportunity to get more one on one with their teachers for longer class periods and to have less homework each night so that students aren't staying up late. 2)We should have block schedules at Carmen so that students are having more work time in class and less homework at night that causes them to stay up late. Having a block schedule will allow students to have less homework at night this also prevents them from staying up late. My friend who goes to a school that once had no block schedule. She had said they had changed to block schedule and that everything went very well for her after that.
For example the little ones walking home in the dark. This can be solve by calling a parent or another one of your guardian a head a time before school ends so the parents know to come pick up their kids so they are not walking home in the dark, also not having enough time doing your homework. This one I understand but if you are waiting for your parent or your guardian to pick you up from school maybe that will give you enough time to start on your homework or maybe even finish it. Conclusion “When the pros and cons are weighed, the conclusion is obvious” if a couple of students are wanting a little more time before going to school. School should start later because the kids won’t have issues getting up in the morning, it will increase the mood, and they will even have better
This will carry over into A.E.’s school routine used in the classroom. Goal: To have a set PECS schedule at home for when A.E. wakes up and gets ready for school. Outcome: A.E. will be able to use his PECS in his morning routine that will carry over into his school routine.
After going through the Learning Guide for Unit 2, there was a checklist at the end, so I was well aware of the task that I had to accomplish before the ending of the week. The first task on my checklist was “Read the Learning Guide and Reading Assignments”. Since I already went through the Learning Journal, then the next task was to complete my reading assignments, which I normally do on Fridays. Fridays are normally my days off from work, so I take this time to complete as many assignments as I can. This week, there were two main reading assignments and two optional video lectures.
There was also a huge red and green carpet on the floor with a couple of toys spread out. At the time there was only one rocking chair, since they were in the process of buying new furniture. Observation of Child: I observed Emmanuel in what seemed to be one of his good days, because his mom said you should observe on his days that he is throwing a fit. At the time I came over and sat in the rocking chair, he was almost unaware that I came into the
If you are at work, ask a coworker to take some of your workload. You can even speak with your employer to see if there is a way to ease up your schedule. When you are at home, make a game out of picking up the toys. If the kids think it is fun, it can get done in no time. Make the Mornings Easier Mornings
This is important so that the staff know how long it takes to do a particular activity for the children to do it correctly and to the best of their ability. Therefore watching the children engage in an activity and time them to they go off task will allow the staff to come up with a day routine so that the children know what they are doing and are able to stay engaged. Therefore by watching the children it allows them to see who comes off task first so that they know when to stop the activity so that the first child doesn’t feel different to the rest of the other children. Therefore doing activities for example for half an hour then going to do outdoor play will allow the children to have a break from a activity which they can then later return to throughout the day without getting
Parents are calling and students are freaking out. No one is admitting it and you can’t start the lesson because of all the crisis that is going on. No let 's go back into what 's happening now. This would be so hard for that teacher now they would have to still find the phone and try to figure out how to teach the class in that same day. I mean really would you want to be stuck in this situation
The majority of the answers from parents would revolve around work, for example “I work at 8 or 9 so I wouldn’t have time to take so and so to school” or “If they started later there wouldn’t be time for after school activities which keep my child at school until I get home from work .” What I recommend is that a school has a “town hall meeting” where parents can be shown how the later start times can be beneficial to the students and how the district plans to accommodate students with the later start times. I would provide documentation of the studies you are showing to the parents to look over at their own pace. Have a guest speaker such as a psychologist present a power point presentation with the benefits and how they can affect the students at a later date, maybe even have someone from the district come and explain how the school district plans to address the issues at hand. If this was provided to the parent they might be more inclined to accept the later start times in their area. I’m sure there will be the few parents who would find ways to ignore the information they were given or even dispute the claims of the school district but for the most