School Suspension- Is It Worth the Trouble? Is suspending students for their behaviors effective? Are they learning their lesson? When a student is suspended from school for their behaviors, they are sent home and are not allowed to come to school for a given period of time, that is based on how bad their action was. Although students shall be punished for their actions, schools should not suspend students for their bad behaviors, they shall be punished in other ways, because they like not having to go to school so they will act up more, they will miss a lot of important lessons in their classes, and parents would have to figure out a plan for their child to stay home all day while they are at work.
If I were in this position I would stop at the first sign of discomfort from the "learner." He signed up just like I did without knowing what he was in for. If there were any signs of hesitation the experimenter would urge "teachers" to continue by saying "You must go on. The experiment requires that you continue." If the "teacher" failed to comply the experimenter would tell them that they had no choice but to continue.
132) This passage explains that the Giver thinks Jonas’ teachers are foolish and unknowing. Jonas changes his opinion about his teachers in a negative way, after hearing about what the Giver said about them. This situation could be true about life and about the novel. In life, people frequently change their opinions when they hear the other side of the story. This is another reason why we should hear both sides of the story before we judge the situation.
The experimenter betrayed the participants who were made to believe that they were imposing pain on the learners and were put on stress. Some teachers even believed that they have hurt or killed the learner causing a lot of stress. Milgram also lied about the experiments, informing his participants that the purpose of the experiment was to study about the effects of punishment on learning; however the real purpose of the experiment was to measure the obedience. Even though the participants were not informed after the experiment was over, opponents believed that it was not enough because it did not stop the psychological damage that have affected the
The same conditions should be in place for continuing involvement, where participants should be aware that they are free to withdraw from the study at any given time. When the action researcher is also the teacher, student participants may be reluctant and uncomfortable with the fact that the researcher is also the teacher who grades them. Students may feel forced to participate because they feel if they were to refuse, it would affect their grade. Conflict of interest is therefore
In the reading, “Anti-Intellectualism: Why We Hate the Smart Kids,” Grant Penrod recommends that there should be a different way to socialize amongst other individuals. This entire description explains the personal burdens that the intelligent scholars undergo. The ideas are as follows: author 's guilt celebrates, ideas held as standard when communicating, and on the bandwagon to get smart people worn down by the individuals that are against smart people. The author is afraid that people would not take the time out of their day to read or study for their classes. Claiming that bad influence towards education makes it resistant.
The author author of “Study by Katherine Schulten” also agrees that the culture is an important part of the context but if not taught right would get a cold reaction. Agreeing author explains, “They said they would no longer do the work”(Schulten). The colored students stop doing work because of the reactions they were given when the word was read in class. The author also describes, “for their part, felt to self-conscience”(Schulten). This shows that if the word is not properly “prepared for” it may put colored individual in an uncomfortable situation.
To sum it up, paying student for good grades can lead to practical problems in teacher classroom. When considering the choice of paying student for good grade or not, the choice should definitely be not to pay student for good grades. Kids should not be paid for good grades because it gives pressure to students to inflate their grades, can lead to external motivators that may be affective and well intended and kids should be satisfied with their own accomplishment to success. For those who say paying for good grade is something every parents should do, it is not because kids are being bribed to do well in school. School is their own job and the own
Teaching the students self-control is important and takes time. Students will make mistakes but teaches need to make the mistake a learning tool by teaching the students a better way to conduct themselves. He writes “When we are unreasonable with students and humiliate them into submission, the benefit is really for the teacher and not the students”, this really hit home for me, I have seen that happen and the student shut down and he had a miserable rest of his year. We need to instill confidence in our students not talk poorly to them. Chapter Five-The Quiet Man (76-89) As I was reading this I was thinking that it was written just for me.
They don’t see that the teacher could have just been trying to help them become better. They could also think that the teacher doesn’t like them and they won’t want to have that teacher anymore. If one student is called out they could automatically think “If the world think I am wrong, I will be wrong and solve this so they are right”
You will never know until you have been graded and you get grounded for a bad grade. If students stop getting graded it will help them be more free involving with life. Grades are chains that lock people down. When students get into trouble they are grounded and when parents say that they are
“On the Uses of Liberal Education” written by Mark Edmundson offers this notion that the college network is becoming something more of a pay-n-go than an institute of higher education, students are more disconsolate and looking towards the professors for entertainment. It is becoming less about the education and more about filling seats and acquiring money. Parents could be partially blamed for their children who grow to be too scared to stand up or be criticized, they would rather stay quiet and let the professors be their entertainment. “I want some of them to say that they’ve been changed by the course”, this made me realize that this doesn’t happen enough and I agree with Edmundson that it’s somewhat due to imperturbable students since
Edmundson began this essay with a confession of his awareness on teacher interpretations. He explains that he is apprehensive of what they will expect and accepts that he sometimes educates to try and buildup the good analysis from students. Then he explains the fact that he does not want to be characterized as “enjoyable.” Edmundson wants them to be disputed and changed by his course. Lol He places a lot of importance on the reality that American culture is damage compelled and that liberal arts education and the university system has taken a change for the worst. He contributes an episode about a student he had named Joon Lee.
As they spoke, they expected my classmates and I to follow along and write down what they were saying. This personally made me lose focus and any minor distractions would win over my attention throughout the class. Aside from having to stay concentrated and alert, some teachers would speak rapidly and as a student, it is discouraging to have to ask them to slow down or repeat themselves. Knowing this, my biggest fear is writing too much information or lecturing too often causing a loss of interest to the students. Therefore, I strongly believe that it will be most difficult to adjust myself to the auditory crowd due to reasons of insecurities of time management, lack of interest, and/or focusing too much on my learning
Conversely, he did stop his experiment early for social reasoning, as emotional trauma was done to the prisoners. Consequently, Milgram had taken the opposite approach, while his experiment did use pain to see if the learner would obey the teacher more. “When the destructive effects of their work became patently clear, and they are asked to carry out actions incompatible with fundamental standards of morality, relatively few people have the resources needed to resist authority” (Milgram 587). The participants knew that these actions were not in their best interest but still decided to obey. It can be argued that more experiments may be taken on in the near future that will appear ethical to the public eye.