We are only allowed to wear maroon, blue, white and gray with our school logo. We are not allowed to wear sweatpants, leggings,jeggings, yoga pants or jeans. However, we are allowed to wear Levi’s slacks. People who retaliate this rule commonly wear leggings or jeans rather than the appropriate “slacks”. Reducing the strict rules of the uniform could lower the amount of rebellious students and show them that individuality isn’t a privilege but a right that they must have.
Significance of the Study: The purpose of this paper is to prove that technology has a negative effect on students' socialization skills so as to give recommendation and change on how students should use technology.Technology makes students to be intelligent but it is proven that, that intelligence might have negative impact/s to the them. Rationale: Christian Lous Lange once said, "Technology is a useful servant but a dangerous master". The CNN article said that by the time American children are 2 years old, 90% have an online record; at the age of five over 50% often relate with a computer or tablet device; and between ages 7 and 8 teenagers often play video games. The article, said too, that young adulthood text almost 3,500 times a month, and by middle school kids are spending extra time with media than parents or teachers. Are there any parents knew that their child/children are misusing technology?
Despite the contrasting environment, private school students are no different than public school students. In an online manifesto, If You Send Your Kid to Private school you are bad, Allison Benedikt, an executive editor states, “But many others go private for religious reasons, or because their kids have behavioral or learning issues, or simply because the public school in their district is not so hot”.This proves that private schools are not filled with angels, but rather kids who have behavioral issues and need that extra help. In senior writer and editor John S Kiernan’s, online article, Private Schools vs. Public Schools - Experts Weigh In, Patrick J. Wolf, Ph.D, proclaims, “Private schools also are becoming more diverse, as their enrollments increasingly include minority and low-income students”. Similar to a public school, private schooling have their low, medium and upper class students. Many have a common assumption that students are privates are academically more advanced than regular school.
Students that lack understanding and comprehension are often tempted by the shortcuts of cheating in the classroom.Tommy Raskin in his article “Cheating Students How Our Schools Fail the Humanistic Vision of Education” state “Students are pushed into constant moods of discontent and reckless behavior because school restricts them to an insular environment for the greater portion of their week”(25). Instead of bemoaning students of learning, teachers should build an authentic and empowering way
According to a research, students who were forced to wear school uniforms showed many stressful emotional graphs and aspect of action. This is especially harmful when they are in a critical period of personality formation. Another important reason not to force students wear school uniforms is when students look different and express their outlooks, it makes them to be tolerant, and to understand other’s differences. If a student wore uniforms for several years, he or she cannot understand other person who wears different uniform. It makes students to lose diversity and tolerance towards strangers and people who are in a minority.
There are people who think students should not wear school uniforms. Then, there are people who agree with wearing school uniforms. Thesis: o Uniforms are not beneficial because they affect students’ academic achievement, freedom, and their image. Main points: o Academic achievement o Students freedom o Students do not like them and it effects their image. According to the National Center for Educational Statistics, as of 2007-2008 school
According to Matthew Oransky, an assistant professor of young psychiatry, he says that "parents should talk with their kids about the consequences of posting inappropriate pictures or personal details." If they post these things, their information is out there, this can lead to online bullying and can affect your future job or college education. This information was taken from the article, "Social media can be both bummer and boon for the brain," written by Kaiser Health News, edited by Newsela on 10.27.17. Also, the article titled "My Secure Cyberspace, "Think Time: Teens and Social Networks," written on June 12 2012, states that "only a few states ban registered sex offenders from using the internet and social media." Teens may think they are talking to a young person like them, but in reality, they may be talking to a 46 year old
Technologies in school are causing problems for students instead more than benefiting them? Schools, technologies, and students are three components that causing many educators and writers to develop many argumentative articles about the effect of technology on students in school. These articles include an article from The Washington Post, “The problem with technology in schools”, an article from Teach Thought We Grow Teachers, “5 Problems With Technology In Classrooms”, another article from, “The Mercury News”, and a political cartoon posted by Joe N, 11th May 2014, “Technology in the Classroom”. Technologies are not helping students in school since it causes distraction, isolation, and it hurts their critical thinking and their ability to do homework. So the best option is to have school policies over technologies that was not school related and cut down on spending unnecessary time on technologies in classrooms unless needed.
However, going online does not necessarily bring only advantages, it also has many disadvantages such as: cyber bullying, health problems and problems with school. I believe that internet must be limited for students. For many teenagers, internet is a distraction and they don’t get on well in school as to the fact that they are ‘living in the other virtual
Social problems of truancy among students Truancy is old issue that is often spoken of. Skipping is an act of misconduct and violating the rules of the school. According to report that have been issued by the Ministry of education as much as 97% of males students and 3% are female students. This involvement symptoms truancy is more dominant in among secondary school students which form two and three, especially those who sited the town and school at the fringe of the city. This phenomenon will negatively impact school teenagers.