Edward Deci says, “Most children are by nature motivated to learn,”. This can lead to no interest in learning. The effect of this is the child not paying attention in class. After not paying attention in class they don’t know what to do. When they don’t know what to do, they tend to not do the assignment or turn the assignment in late, but turning it in late or not doing it can lead to adverse scores.
Moreover, they risk learning nothing at all since at public school they mostly “play, take recess, play again, then have lunch” (Boo 85). This is not surprising given the fact that the teachers, such as Asha, often ignore their responsibilities and do not go to school (Boo 33). Similarly, educational policies of non-governmental agencies do not always benefit students in need. Oftentimes an institution receives money, starts working, and begins teaching children. However, as soon as the photos are taken and necessary inspections are passed both funds and a person responsible for them disappear (Boo 171).
In addition, uniforms harm free expression of students. By forcing students to wear identical uniforms, students’ desire to express their ability, preferences, personality, and creativity is not satisfied. Wearing school uniforms is a critical problem for students’ self-expression. The unique clothes are one of the most important ways of self-expression, but school uniforms do not let students to show their personality. According to a research, students who were forced to wear school uniforms showed many stressful emotional graphs and aspect of action.
In modern days, students do not usually go to boarding schools. There are private schools where students may get a “better” education, but they are not sent off to spend more time with teachers rather than their parents. The film Dead Poets Society is set in an all boy boarding school. The students are sent there to “do better”. Does boarding school really make a student better?
Thus, there is no evidence that homeschooled children are better thinkers than children who went to traditional schools and achieved better outcomes in these subjective areas (Taylor-Hough, 2010) . To sum up, it seems that homeschooling does not provide the learners with essential skills and knowledge which defined as critical for adult life. It is important that children will be able to deal with various types of situations in order to succeed in their life. Exposure to diverse ideas,cultures and ways of being in the traditional schools develops the pupils’ ability to think independently rather than in homeschooling in which the children are exposed to the content that their parents found as fit (Reich 2005 cited in G.Medlin,
Parent’s main concern has got to be that their child has friends who he can enjoy himself with. You cannot just put them in certain clubs and assume they would have friends; you put them in a place with limited mindsets and the same way of thinking. It is different if you put them in school and let them choose their own friends who interest them and who would have their back anytime. If you put them with someone like them they will not learn one single new thing. According to HSLDA, (2001) most homeschooled children have limited opportunities to socialize and that leads to developing social phobias and experiencing social awkwardness.
LOW LEVEL ACHIEVEMENT It is an educational, social, psychological, and economical problem, as well as, it hinders the cognitive and psychological student’s growth. This problem is different than learning disabilities, because the low achievement student does not suffer from any mental problem, even he may be smart, but his achievement is low because of one or more reasons. These reasons may be: family problems, psychological pressure, lack of motivation, lack of teaching methods, Parental neglect, family low educational level, illness, high number of students in class, and over work. I think the most important point is the motivation, If the students have clear objectives that he work to achieve, then he can mostly pass the obstacles. To solve this problem, the teacher should study the case and identify the reasons, then try to get rid of the reasons or limiting their influences.
The reason why teachers evaluate students is to give them good meaningful feedback that allows students to learn more and make them better after. Grades are an inadequate means of achieving that because they are not helping students to internalize and work toward meeting high standards, but that is most likely to happen when they “experience success and failure not as reward and punishment, but as information” (Bruner 1961, p. 26). Grades also do not define intelligence, it just defines how well a person memorizes facts, and how good one person is at school. Plus schools are very specific on how they expect you to answer and do not measure one's vast intelligence. ““Many highly intelligent people are poor thinkers.
Those were a few of the things that they showed in the video about how cultural capital these people with money have. Having a lack of cultural capital and having cultural capital effects how students do in school and the educational opportunities they will receive. Students who lack cultural capital have a harder time in school. They tend not do their homework and not to care. They also have a hard time speaking up.
For instance, Hays (n.d.) students not taking responsibility for them and student does not think that it is important to be in class on time. Also, some of the students’ alibis are unacceptable as well as they are all just the same. This study lends to support about student tardiness and their academic performance. Student Punctuality In today’s generation, students just take for granted their education. There are a lot of reasons why students tend to just choose to be absent in class than to be present.