The duty of the parents, teachers, tutors, facilitators etc., is to teach children how to make friends and keep them. Teachers teach them how to play with other children not just adults and other teachers. Importance of fostering relationship to people/children with SEN: • It reduces the child’s isolation and improves their social skills • It boost their social competence, self-esteem and confidence • Helps them explore more because they hitch hike with people they
Respect is a word that has a lot of depth to it no matter what way you use it. The word by definition is kind of hard to pin down concretely because it is subjective, and it can be used in many different ways with many different meanings based on the usage. It is a word that everybody wants a piece of no matter how big or small the piece they get is. All definitions aside, the respect that most people want is the respect that is earned by the showing of honorable actions or personality characteristics. Be it dedication and sacrifices for one’s job or ones moral and ethical views and principles.
But respect can mean many different things to us. Some associate it with bullies who teach respect with their fists. Others associate it with being stiff and polite in ways that don't come naturally to us. In this exploration we look at the kind of respect that is important in all our relationships, and how we can respect others in natural ways. Respect can seem artificial.
A base which acts as support for any well-functioning society and a key idea when regarding others is the concept of respect. There is no doubt that in any public setting, respect is the number one rule on the wall. However, this concept of respect is poisoned. The very definition has been twisted to something entirely different through years of conditioning by society. My understanding of respect, how it can be interpreted, and how it is seen to children especially, has been altered by Frank McCourt’s memoir, Angela’s Ashes.
Senior year should be built around classes that will benefit them in the long run, instead of taking classes that they do not need. For example, you do not have to go to college to be a contractor, but you do need a highschool diploma. Which means that you could take classes that would be better for you in the future, Like construction classes, math classes that are just for contracting commodities. On the other hand, some students that do want to pursue a degree in college, can take classes based on their said classes. Usually, seniors are not the ones making dinner, doing taxes, laundry or going grocery shopping.
Respect is an important life skill needed to coexist with others in our current society. Whether it’s in elementary school or high school, we’ve always been taught to treat each other with respect. Here at JFK, our motto is “respect is the key to success”. The word respect, in my opinion, means to treat each other equally despite their difference in opinions, race, gender, or any other aspect that could skew your opinion on who someone is. I agree with the school motto, however, it doesn’t hold true in our school and can definitely be improved upon.
Team should always begin with a positive discussion about student’s strengths. After knowing what student can do, team could concentrate on what has to be done to help the struggling student. IRIS (2008) gives us a reminder that in order to ensure that pre-referral meetings run efficiently, it may be necessary for the team to assign additional roles to its members. These might include a facilitator, note-taker, timekeeper, or meeting coordinator. The recipe for success is not to work along, teacher and team members should always work together for student’s
For some, the answer could be clear-cut as challenging a student to participate in a rigorous course or program. Either way it is important that a student feel a since of belonging, be provided incentives (early graduation, or concurrent enrollment, scholarships). Students must maintain positivity and support from family, friends and teachers (Puente). This will ensure a student will remain focused and driven, feeling a since of importance and ecstatic to achieving their goals. “Research suggests that addressing the transition from [high school to college] or college to work earlier in a student’s academic career can be helpful.
RESPECT FOR OTHERS This is a basic requirement for nurturing friendship, team work, and for the synergy it promotes and sustains. Respect for others is based on self-respect. It really is following the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have others do unto you. Being a polite and courteous person makes one a rare individual in today's world. Politeness and a genuine concern for the rights and feelings of others in our society seem to have slammed the door in our faces.
Good manners convey respect to those you interact with, and also commands respect from those you interact with. Therefore, a well-mannered man is always respected and esteemed wherever he goes and esteemed in whatever condition of life he may be. A rich man or a high-pedigreed person, bumped with all titles without good manners, is hated in an ideal society. On the contrary, a poor man, with tattered clothes, but having delightfully good manners is sure to attract everyone’s attention and respect. Moreover, good manners are important across the globe, but that doesn't mean they are the same.