Howard states that a way teachers can help students is by reviewing “... with students the values and precepts that are still valid in the era of literacy…” (66). If teachers taught students how to research accordingly, academic integrity would not have to be questioned. Teaching the value of writing to students will help make them understand why it is wrong to plagiarise because they will have an understanding of all the hard work that is put into effective research. Even though it’s seen as the enemy, technology can help students realize why plagiarism is wrong. With technology seen as a negative thing by many it has the capability to help students in a positive way.
(weawayne.wordpress.com) New plan and Goals: The solution is not to just provide student with learning material but to create a system that lets them see their form of learning as a privilege rather than a compulsion and also make it possible for them to interact with fellow learners. There is another approach which will look at such individuals not as learner but as Educators. We can never truly understand what a person is going through unless we have been in their shoes. Such people can be provided with employment opportunities who can be trained and act as tutors for the next batch. This can be achieved by providing such learners with a real-time learning environment through Holographic technologies, Robotics and 3D printing techniques.
This quote meaning that you can learn a lot and think a lot in school but if you stuff that goes against that at home you can end up reversing the effects of education. This quote applying more to modern times then to what actually happened in the book. In the book the kids never really learned any solid information from school. The kids would just learn worthless information the kind that doesn't require any thought or deeper thinking. In today's world we do learn valuable information at school but when we come home technology consumes most people today.
This student prefers the teacher uses graphs, charts, maps, pictures, etc. The student with auditory preference likes to listen to learn information. They prefer also to speak about what they learn. Read/write learners like diaries, dictionaries, books, highlighting, handouts, etc. This category was added after the assessment was originally created, because the founder saw that there was yet another way of learning that had not been previously covered in the visual, auditory, and kinesthetic categories.
In other words, street smart students would become successful not because they are as intelligent as book smart students but because street smart students will have the desire of learning from their passionate topics. They will feel confident learning in an environment that provides topics they truly know and feel passionate about. Some might claim that teaching students through non-traditional topics will not be considered not learning. When in reality according to Graff students can see “these interests “through academic eyes,” that is, to think and write about cars, sports, and fashions in a reflective, analytical way, one that sees them as microcosms of what is going on in the wider
Many believe that volunteering should be by the students choice and they should not be forced into mandatory volunteering. Mandatory volunteering still has many benefits in the students’ lives as well in their academic ability. The way education should word is that the student learns the material in the classroom and then applies the skills someway in that field. This would help the students to learn more about the field they may be entering by being able to experience the career before pursuing it. Peter R. Sawyer said “We do know that any skills learned in the classroom and not readily applied to the real world will not persist.
Rules are significant because they help install academic integrity and scholarly values into students. Time spent establishing and reviewing policies for the classroom is not instruction time wasted, being that without the policies implemented the instruction will likely have little value because the students are not being managed properly to instill proper learning. When developing rules, I feel as if it is necessary to include student input. While I think this is only beneficial to an extent and to have the teacher as the executive decision maker, I think it is vital to my classroom management plan. For students to be able to collaborate in the rulemaking process shows that their voices are not only heard but valued in your classroom, which provides them with an enriching environment.
I am also using this article “Technology helps make language click for students” to give me information on how the students speech has changed due to technology. I am also using another research paper to help me get more information on what all I need to have on my actually paper at the end. I might add more sources later on when writing the research paper itself if I need more information. I want to make it known to people around the world how literacy is being changed due to the fact that technology is taking over our kid’s lives. Especially that they the kid’s/students would rather watch a movie than read the book or novel.
To fix the problem that standardized testing has started, there should be something other than testing to focus on. While testing can be beneficial in some ways, it is way too much of a focus in education today. Critical thinking should be focused on more in schools rather than testing, because it will prepare students for future problems. Critical thinking is more about the process used to find the answer rather than the answer itself. Standardized testing has become a problem because it causes students to memorize things rather than use a process to find an answer.
Moreover, teachers decided their assessment types basing on its convenience for management. They prefer using tests or quizzes-traditional assessment to other kinds of assessment. It seems to the researcher that some of the tools used are beneficial for the teachers rather than the students. Teachers’ attitudes towards formative assessment seem to be a significant obstacle to implementation of formative assessment. Although all teachers held positive views of formative assessment, they did not use formative assessments on a regular basis or in an effective way.