Title: Is Homeschooling a Relief for Academically Challenged Students? Description: Homeschooling is a relief for students who are not able to cope with traditional school system. It helps students choose their curriculum, learn with self motivation, find out innovative methods of learning and come out successful in their studies. Body There are many students who find traditional school system incompatible for them. The rigorous curriculum standards of traditional schools may not suit the temperament of many students.
Rewarding students for good grades will decrease student’s self-motivation. Paying students for good grades will realize an actual decrease in academic performance. These distinct disadvantages highlight why schools should not pay students for good grades. First, paying students for good grades causes practical problems in the classroom. According to the National Education Association (NEA), “Many teachers also say paying students for grades leads to practical problems in their classrooms, including pressure to inflate grades and conflict with students and parents.” These pressures and conflicts can lead to larger problems outside of school.
Students that receive money over a long course of time have shown lower academic performances. According to some teachers, paying students for good grades can cause conflicts in the classroom, which could possibly lead to difficulty at home with parents. Paying students are also shown to be good for only a short period of time, can cause conflicts with parents, teachers, and fellow peers, and money does not leave kids with a true desire to learn. At the outset, students should not be paid, because students who receive money show lower academic performances than those that do not. As stated in the article “Parents paying their children money
But on the other hand, the issue is happening tells that more of parents are overpressured their children in control their study. But it is not true. In Private school, parents be a positive resources for helping and set student expectations for achievement and it cannot be separated with teacher roles because according to Reyes (1990), teacher commitment be involved in school, closeness with students learning and give responds for parents in order to be a part of desicion maker. Moreover, Parents performance are also can give positively impact for student academic attainment. For instance, student’s parent view education as means of high expectations for their children.
In accordance with the said possibility, Raise Smart Kid identified four ways of giving kids an allowance and its pros and cons: Regular Allowance. This allowance, also known as unconditional allowance, let the children plan ahead and manage own money and own mistakes but it diminished financial literacy, lower the levels of motivation and increased aversion to work. Allowance only given when needed. This way of giving an allowance made students more money smart and would lead to higher financial literacy. But, kids would not be able to learn money management (budgeting and saving) since they were dependent with how their parents give the amount they ought they need.
Private tutoring may “create disaffection” at school because students are bored with over-learning or they have learn the contents in advance during tutoring lessons. In addition, tutoring can decrease the effectiveness of teachers. Teachers may teach less during the school day to save their energy for the after-school tuition (Buchman, 1999) and students may have to attend lessons to please teachers (Dang, 2007).
As indicated previously that homework also affect not only a student himself but also his parents, and that the burden will be shared by both of them if the student is tasked to do lots of homework, this would negatively affect parents in some ways. There are some reasons why parents are also affected on their son’s/daughter’s homework. Homework is not necessary for it can affect a student’s health. It reduces a student’s time for his/her health benefits. In this case, a student’s health is involve.
It goes on to talk about how other factors impact these effects such as how learners who have social anxiety would feel when he/she arrives late into the classroom and having everyone’s attention fixated on them. The source also highlights personal effects that late coming has on students. Rachel Pancare, 2016 suggests that students require structure in order to help them hardwire their minds to be organised and to be able to learn. By students losing sight of focus due to lateness, then they begin to disrupt the structure which is necessary for their learning. Name of source:The Advantages of Being on Time vs.
In the Maldives, the education system comprises of pre-primary level, Primary level, Secondary level and tertiary education. The secondary education is divided into two level, lower secondary level, and higher secondary level. At the end of each secondary level, students sit in an international examination and the result of the examination is important as the opportunity for tertiary education and better opportunities in labour market of a student is depends on it. Hence to improve students’ performance parents believe private tuition is