It is valuable because it keeps kids healthy and fit. My next reason is that it allows kids to learn to face competition, and teaches them to work as a team. The last reason is that it raises self-esteem level, improves self-confidence, and helps kids deal with pressure. If kids join competitive sports it would create a much more developed society. It will lead to more developed, hardworking individuals.
Because I have and will be hit with many obstacles throughout life and learning to preserver will help me grow as I continue into adulthood. Without perseverance my team would be weak, unable to achieve our goals because we are incapable to push through the rough times. But to always persevere there needs to be some effort put into everyday tasks to help build upon the need and want to
Imagine finally having the sport you are most passionate about available for you to participate in, yet not being able to compete in it simply because you are not of the correct gender. Nowadays, this is a fairly common issue. Whether it is because of both gender differences or due to the common belief that “boys are stronger than girls”, coeducation exercise is not exceedingly popular. Although many people believe males are stronger than females and think that coed sports are unfair, this type of athletics can benefit all athletes in multiple ways because it will allow both genders to work together more efficiently, allow the participants and sponsors to pay less, and help create connections with others that would not originally be made. Some
A concern that teachers have is how to get their students motivated and engage in their learning on a day to day basis. Teachers realize that if a student is finding joy in their overall learning, they are more likely to continue being motivated and excel in their academic success. Students need to be motivated and remain engaged in the learning process, thus they find joyful learning. Sometimes it 's up to the teacher to motivate the children and motivation is critical to promote joyful learning. By teaching the students to have a growth mindset, teachers make sure there are four components to keep a student engaged and motivated: "attentiveness (they pay attention
Both approaches to coaching are effective, but a positive coach has more pros than cons. They might lack emotional encouragement, but they stay level headed and tackle problems in the best possible way. A team is only as good as their coach lets them be. Athletes are better off learning from a person they respect than one that they fear. A positive coach acts as a role model, and it promotes good
Realists do get to do what they want in life. As says, “While it is important to have high standards and lofty goals they need to be realistic and doable to avoid disappointment. “ That is good but, what about what you really wanted to do. Also the website says, “So many people live with the disappointment that they “could have been a contender.” When you are a realist you have to live life knowing you could have done better in life but, when you are a dreamer you know what you have in life. Another thing that the website said was,"We get in better touch with our many limitations and other priorities often having to settle for something less than we had hoped for when we were young dreamers. "
In Growth Mindset they defined two different mindsets as" those with a fixed mindset believe that their talents and abilities are simply fixed. They have a certain amount and that's that…. People with a growth mindset, on the other hand, think of talents and abilities as things they can develop-as potentials that come to fruition through effort, practice, and instruction."(4). An growth mindset student, can learn from a social/individual process because they have no negative connotations blocking them from success. They are constantly motivated to learn, unlike a fixed mindset student's that from previous experience gives up easily if they don't understand.
These issues are important to understand so that they may be addressed. However, I find that this is an ideal and would be nearly impossible to implement in reality. We cannot control what other individuals do subconsciously and therefore labeling is going to occur regardless. In contrast, I think that sociologists and academics can find a way to possibly work better with students equally, so that every individual is given the self-esteem needed to achieve better goals for themselves. These labels tend to stay with individuals for a lifetime and for the ones who have been labeled as deviant, stupid, or slow can be detrimental in their future and eventually they will believe themselves to be these specific labels that were assigned to them in school.
This has given me a sense of maturity that I can approach things in life thinking that everything is a learning experience and no matter how large the failure, the success can always be bigger. My coaches have also taught me how to respect the game because it has created a respect that I can take into the real world. The respect that I show to umpires and to players on the other team has shown me that the players who represent the game make up what the game stands
My Educational Journey Today I would consider myself an average student. On occasion I tend to slack off but what student doesn’t. At the end of the day, I always try my hardest to be the best possible student I can be but, life isn’t perfect everyone has setbacks but we have to work through it. Don’t take obstacles as a negative switch them into a positive use them as motivation to keep going, Ralph Marston states “you turn a negative into a positive, you gain twice. You are no longer burdened with the negative situation, and in addition to that you are strengthened by a new positive force”.
Whatever the parent has for the child will likely determine the success rate. There will likely be a few outliers that motivate themselves to prove this data wrong, but the data is logical. Someone is likely to succeed more if they are given the tools from a parent who has been also very educated then a child who has a parent that is uneducated (170). I think this is not a case of causation, but a case of correlation. Parent’s who have succeed in life always will give a lot more motivation and resources than a parent who likely is working a job without much motivation and a lack of resources (175).
Thank you Tiffany I wish you the best of your endeavors. Hi Tiffany, There are so many innovative ways we can use technology to better our experiences as educators. We can use technology to support diversity among many methods in which can be used. I love observing my students exploring with technology with many learning subjects. This experience helps them to become better communicators and
I believe that I am a good candidate for Year Up because of my determination, hard working mindset, and personal values that will contribute to the Year Up program. My determination allows me to enhance my learning abilities because I never give up when I am unable to comprehend something at first sight. Having the trait of determination causes me
Outstanding educators must possess many important qualities. They must be knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the subjects that they teach. If a teacher is knowledgeable and enthusiastic, their students will be more excited about what they need to learn, and see the teacher as a valuable resource. These educators must continue to pursue learning opportunities and use this new knowledge to improve their instruction. Students come to school at different academic levels.
Also this source explains how apathetic people generally tend not to have goals in life, that they need to pursue. Having goals are important because it gives a sense of purpose in life and makes people work to their potential to accomplish their goals. In my opinion, I think hard work and thinking outside of the box leads to the most productivity and this article explains how apathetic people are afraid to take risks. I am still strong about my original views but the class discussion did help bring about some other points of