Every girl is built differently with various proportions: small, medium, and large do not fit everyone the same. Teachers are wasting their time correcting students on their clothing to make sure they are wearing the correct clothing. An un-tucked shirt or empty belt loops should not be seen as drastic problems. Students go to school to gain an education not to be pointed out on what they are wearing. Constantly we as students are told to dress for success, with zero self expression despite the fact that one day when we go out into the real world, there will never be one person
I realized that I should not expect the students to act how I want them to act. I had learn that it will take time to fit into a new location and feeling comfortable with it. Toro Middle School reminded me of my middle school days where students could act childish around one another to show how comfortable they are around one
Apart from that, I also what to shadow Ms. Drohn because I wanted to get insight into the different nursing fields available to nursing students at Liberty University. In addition, I wanted to grow my network with the professor at the school of nursing. What I like the most about job shadowing Ms. Drohn was that I got the
Both of them will prepare their own school bags, school uniform and pack their own breakfast for school. The main challenge faced by Ms Tan is helping her children cope with the academic studies; the children had underachieved at school due to the many issues that they faced at home. Due to the children not being able to achieve academic success it had a great impact on the children’s self-esteem. It was also mentioned during the parent’s teacher meeting that Sarah and John were observed most of the times by their peers and teachers that they were easily disrupted and distracted in school. As their academic progress often falls below average aged levels they tend to display a lack of confidence and difficulties in expressing themselves when faced with challenging situations.
For example, in high school as a teenager in they expect for their new students to act like young adults. Unlike middle school where teachers hold your hand and walk through everything high school is not like that. In high school, most teachers are not going to beg their students for them to turn in work that is missing or late. I learned first-hand last year I was a bit slacking in my science grades, missing work, Forgetting makeup work. My teacher never reminded me or told me multiple times to do my work.
The teacher is setting up tests for everyone and tells the little girl that she “does not want to be left behind.” Outside of the window that the child is looking through, you see that the arts, and other subjects, which are depicted as bright and colorful. While the room they are in is grey and bleak. If this is truly how kids view their learning environment, why do we keep forcing this upon
It was difficult to watch the parents struggle, and it frustrated me that there was no discipline or punishment whatsoever; every one of the parents’ responses were passive. I thought it was very interesting to see how Child A’s sister was calm when she first came in with the parents, but as soon as they sat down and Child A began getting rowdy, she followed his every move. Unless the parents change their way of teaching, Child A would not be a great role model for his sister to follow. His loud and disruptive behavior is a definite example of the external behavior, and it would not surprise me if the child grew up to be very aggressive and possibly violent. As I watched the family, it reminded me greatly of that clip you linked in our module about the Supernanny.
She knows how to use home appliances like the microwave, fridge, and the bathroom. She girl another shower and dress on her own and use the toilet without the help of her parents or caregiver. However, she does struggle a bit when it comes to buttoning up her shirt and tying her shoe properly. Her social and emotional skills are not well developed. During playtime at school, she doesn't like to share her toys with her friends.
I would channel his or her energy to something positive. I would investigate why they are so talkative, are they bored, is it who they are sitting next to or do they just like to talk. Sometimes talkative children need some attention. You never make assumptions about any student’s family or you never compare them to another sibling. Teacher’s should never blame anything on race, religion or culture, no child should be judged on where they come from.
Students are challenged to listen, follow rules, and make their way through high school without any problems. We face many of these challenges every day, with so many different ways to dress incorrectly. As students, this can present a problem with all of our other responsibilities. We have seven classes, each giving out homework almost daily. The challenges we face can help build character, but what we gain by following the rules is nowhere near as big as the risk of ruining our