Next, subject in college is different than subject in school. Thus, they will feel the pressure because they need to study something new. If they study the same subject as in school it is still not the same as they need to study deeper into the subject. Besides that, when they come to college the environment is not same as in school. So, they will feel pressure as they can’t adapt to new environment and they will be home
While stepping into a new position I can better observe, analyze and critique my ways of teaching in the past. When I was nineteen years old I barely understood the importance of assessment. I considered the assessing process part of my school requirements and more paper work. For years, I blamed the system for not providing a good evaluation (a term used in Ecuador) system. I felt frustrated mostly because I could picture myself in (what?)
In the begining of highschool it was very challenging for me to balance school and friends making me choose friends which in this case was so not important or even worth it. Friends change, just like seasons and you might not always have the same ones. Several people that you might come across with are people who just teach you a lesson and aren’t in your life for the long run. My freshman friends taught me a lot because I am not so close to any of them, but during the time they sure did distract me from everything in my life. I started being disrespectful to my parents and not care about my grades.
Many kids and parents think that we should have uniforms but they don't help anything just there looks. So here are some reasons I think that we should not wear uniforms. My first reason I think that we shouldn't have uniforms is because it makes kids very uncomfortable which makes it harder to listen. If they are so focused on getting comfortable that they don't listen it can bring down there grades. This can be very disruptive to a student or a teacher.
The lack of guidance and resources that they can benefit from being minimal, is the reason why they fear to ask for help and swallowing their pride and choose to give up their education. A plethora of reasons can go through their mind. Why is this? What makes them drop out of school, and not want to continue with their education? Lastly, what can be done better to help them overcome their fears and pursue an education?
They are more interested in gaining social experiences or traveling. Learning is an ongoing thing. If there is a sudden interruption for a long time, it will be extremely hard for you to concentrate on study again. For some student, after they taking gap year and back to collage, they cannot catch up with the rate of learning in the university. Finally, they drop out from the collage which they had paid a lot for get in in high school.
The young people of America do not have time to research and take the time out of their day to go and vote because of college and many other responsibilities students do not have the time to go out of their way to go vote a lot of people take classes and the time to vote is not there. I'm a young person and I choose to not go because I think the process the whole is too hard and I don't know who to believe when there is an a good choice for
My goals make me feel motivated to keep moving on even if I have failed before. During the last semester, I was not the student I would like to be because I have had some problems with my English. Basically, it was hard to adapt myself into a new culture because I had never travelled or stayed in other country. I got a C+ in my first midterm test of Engineering Concepts and I exclaimed, “Why me?” Although the grade scared me and made me feel unable to recover the grade, I remembered my main goals and I considered that failure was part to achieve them as well. Instead to be regretting all the time about the grade, I made a plan to improve the grade at the end of the semester, and finally, I got an A that made me feel satisfied.
To this day, I dread writing essays. Writing was a subject that did not come naturally to me, like math and science. I preferred structure and exact answers because perfectionism controlled my life. Creative ideas did not come naturally to me, and I always struggled to produce ideas. I disliked that I had to work harder to write an essay, and still not obtain a decent grade.
People disagree with online classes because students do not get to face the professor and the classmates in real life and do not get to build real relationships with them. Another disadvantage of online classes is when a student who does not have computer or Internet skills may experience difficulty with the course especially with older students. People feel that Flexibility in online classes has disadvantages. Flexibility in online classes requires time management and organization skills to stay balance between work and studying. People may think that it is important to have priorities in student’s life.