They think fidget spinners cause injuries and are dangerous. This only happens when students are irresponsible and perform risky tricks including spinning the toy on their face. If kids are doing tricks with them, then the spinner should be taken away. The benefits of the fidget spinners outweigh the problems with them. Another concern for people who are against spinners at school is from some teachers.
This vital lesson is not just important to Stargirl. In Stargirl, this lesson can be applied to any bullying situation, they might feel less confident because they are hiding who they really are. It can also be applied to Albert Einstein and how he was always told he was stupid but he trusted himself and achieved great goals. Finally, it can be applied to our lives because It resembles our journey through 6th grade and how we have become more confident in ourselves.
When you think about how Houdini was dedicated to something do you think about yourself? Do you think about how you could be as dedicated as he was because even as a child he was preparing for his future and look where that lead him to where he became a famous magician? Harry also being an inspiration to anyone who wants to be a magician or just are inspired by him and his effort to make situations better since as a kid he was poor and lived in a very congested household. Some people who are in a bad situation in life or even people who may not be in bad situations in life can still look up to Harry Houdini because he is talked about Positively all around and is a quality person overall. So think about it what will you do so when you're gone people will still talk positively about you?
At first, it seems he is for helping his students overcome the struggles of trigger warnings because he mentions that during his class sessions, he prepares his students for grotesque content to come, “I would never want my students to be surprised by something horrific in their reading, whether the "Red Wedding" on "Game of Thrones" or the rape of Philomena in Ovid. Instead, I want them ready to work with challenging texts so they learn”. He believes that if students know what is going to happen next in a book, movie, etc. ,(even if that means spoiling the best part for some students), it will help the students learn. What he failed to take into account is that, there are groups of students who, once you have spoiled the ending/beginning of a particular thing for them, they will refuse to continue with the work.
Fidget Spinners What do you think are fidget spinners a big distraction or are they really helping students in the classroom. I think that students should be aloud to care a spinner around. Spinners can help kids in many different ways. One way spinners are helping kids is by keeping them busy so they 're not talking or running around because think about it would you rather have kid talking and running around a classroom because there is nothing to do or they 're bored or have kids spinning a fidget spinner that will help them focus and not be as bored Another reason fidget spinners should be aloud in class rooms are because they can help kids get there work done. Kids that have certain disabilities can easily spin a
In the video of the Stanley Milgram Experiment People were given roles as teachers and students. The students had been hooked up to an electrical system were they had been received questions and whenever they had answered incorrectly they received a dosage of electricity and got progressively got stronger each time they were wrong. At a certain point the student stopped responding to pain and the scientist had kept making them give a voltage. Some People discontinued the experiment.
Here a professor had some of his students acting as prisoners and others as the jail guards. Its goal was to see how each participant fell into character. At first the guards seemed to be in an awkward position having to be an authority figure to other students, but not long after the experiment started the guards began showing their authority. This experiment showed that once in a specific role, one begins to actually believe they are that character and it is no longer a role being played.
There were two groups in this experiment, the teachers and students. All of the volunteers to the experiments were the teachers and they had some actors play the students. The idea was to punish the students for their wrong answer through a shock treatment (http://nature.berkeley.edu/ucce50/ag-labor/7article/article35.htm 1). Throughout the experiment, they began to realize that the “test subjects”
Tom is very clever at manipulating people. He makes them think that something is very fun to do, but really he is just trying to get you to do his work for him so he can go and play instead of doing his work. I have done this many times in my life to my little sister. I tell her that is she does some of my chores I will give her something, but really I just give her a little toy. Then she complains that I tricked her, then she tells my parents.
1.What are your reactions to the video? • I am shocked at how the people in this experiment, actually learned from it. I did not think that they were going to take anything from this experiment and apply it to their own lives. I did not enjoy listening to the things that the parents have taught their children in that time, but I am most grateful that there had been a teacher such as herself who wanted to teach the little ones the right way. 2.
Elliot then experimented on a group of prisoners. She separated them the same way as she did with the third graders, but the only difference was that this time brown eyes were superior. The result was the same as seen in the third graders. Lessing also states, “ But we also find our thinking changing because we belong to a group”(Lessing 652) which basically proves Elliot’s experiment with the prisoners and third grade students who find themselves involved with the group and are afraid to share their opinions.
Both of these employ the assumption that all cheating is caught. Just because there are reports of dishonesty does not mean all the students who did not get reported did not cheat. That being the case, the system of reporting itself is flawed, and cannot be used to calculate the objective number of cheaters. For example, students can be surprisingly innovative in their enterprise to cheat.
In conclusion failure is not the only way to motivate students. The student might accept failing and never learn the material, but if we offer kids study hall, workshops and a sit down meeting it might even change their outlook on school. As well as study habits let us give kids a chance, to the right path and allow them to succeed without failing in positive learning
Children need be be taught both sides and then decide for themselves what they think. By teaching students only one side, the teachers are brainwashing minors. Teaching both sides provides a well-rounded education, which allows them to choose what they believe. Karl Smallwood once said, “Creationism and other such belief systems inspire debate and encourage children to articulate thoughts that help them develop skills that simply cannot be gained through a strictly academic education. Humans could not have evolved over eons of years without there being a God over the universe” (Reasons Creation Should be Taught in School).