There are many ways to punish a child when they don’t follow the rules. Some parents punish in the act where the punishment fits the crime, but some parents often just ground their kids from “life” for a certain amount of time. Grounding a child is not an effective or efficient punishment. Grounding might actually make future situations become much worse. Many times when a parent grounds their kid, they take away the child’s phone, computer, television, and other electronic privileges.
Because he was so disruptive to the other student, it was best to remove him from the situation. However once moved the behavior didn 't change, infact it probably got worse because the student was far away from the teacher to get away with more things. I believe the meaning of being told to go to your chair is in some ways a punishment because most students want to be involved in the group, but students are also expected to behave and follow along with the class just away from their peers. This was not the case for this individual student. I think removing him from the group caused more disruptions than when sitting with the group.
Should schools continue to use the traditional form of punishment of suspending students? Is suspension a benefit or a disadvantage to a students learning? Is suspension the right thing to do for all students? For many years suspension has been a common punishment for bad behavior in school, though many people are starting to wonder whether suspending a student really helps them learn and grow or does it harm their learning career. This is a big debate that has just recently come into light.
Finally, schools shouldn’t bring back staring atime because of students after school activities. According to “Should Schools Start Later?” by Junior Scholastic, “A later start, say opponents, also interferes with some teens part time jobs and disrupts after school activities” (Scholastic 21). If schools start later, it would result in messing up everybody 's schedules. It could also result in students being more tired toward the end of the school day because they have no energy, because of the school
1a. Explain why, according to Lavoie, sarcasm is not an effective tool for teachers. Sarcasm is not an effective tool because it creates a victim. What may seem like a small sarcastic remark to the teacher and other classmates is a much bigger deal to the child it was directed at. The teacher and other students will laugh and forget about the remark within a few minutes but it will stick with the learning disabled student for quite possibly the whole day.
One example is middle schooler boy who caused a disturbance got treated badly because sometimes he caused a disturbance and that hurt his self esteem. All because he could not go outside, from one story by a mom on her child. Another reason is middle schoolers are socializing a lot more and they feel they need to talk to their friends and recess is perfect time for that. Also it will solve the cellphone problems with recess because if middle schoolers want to socialize than maybe recess can stop kids from going on their phone. Also having no recess will make middle schoolers feel even worse.
When you take away bullies “fuel” this leaves less kids being attacked by them. In addition to that, “In America, where a majority of schools do not have a uniform, roughly 160,000 children miss school every day due to fear of attack or intimidation by other students...having a uniform can be a safety net for many students who might otherwise suffer from bullying. A strict uniform gives the impression
It’s not fair to punish all for one’s mistake. We all know what a curfew is, but the thought of having one is even worse. Many teenagers believe that curfews are not important and also think that they do not need them. Although the government and some parents do believe in curfews. The main reason why they want curfews is because
He would sometimes wait for me to get done with school to pick on me. He used to call me mean names when we walked passed each other as he shoved me like it was on accident, even though I knew he did it on purpose and that he intended to hurt my feeling. One day he would say he was my friend if I gave him an answer or two but the next he would act like nothing even happened the day before. He treated me like I was trash left to be feeling like I was the only person in this world that had a “Friend” like that. I didn’t tell anyone for a while.
This type of peer pressure -usually- involves direct confrontation, and it is hard for teens to come up with an excuse (on the spot) that others find valid and reasonable. Usually everyone feels quite guilty with whatever decision he or she goes with. Like for example if you say yes, (and agree to skip school) that day, you would feel guilty and crummy you disappointed your parents, but on the other hand if you say no and make up and excuse you could feel left out because all your friends skipped school and you’re the only one here not having fun. Indirect peer pressure can seem as convincing as direct peer pressure. An example of indirect peer pressure is like when a friend of yours keeps on talking about a game that’s phenomenal, and you go buy the game after hearing what he said, means that you just gave into this type of peer pressure.
Zero-tolerance policies will teach children how society works - when you make bad choices, you will have bad outcomes. Parents and administrative claim that it’s important to keep these policies in schools because they help maintain a safe environment, while teaching students unacceptable behavior is (Sellors). “ Zero-tolerance policies remove difficult students quickly,” said Sellors. After these students are removed from a schools, it is harder for them to get into another school. Although some students who are expelled from school are offered an alternative education at disciplinary schools, those schools fail to provide a “meaningful education” (ACLU).
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
These are just a few more negatives to this, but there are countless more. So in conclusion, there can be both positive and negative effects to this. If this would have happen I think it would be bad for the kids and also for the schools. If this would have happen there could be some positive effects as well. I feel that if the school board wanted to take away after school sports, I would have people join toghter so the school board would not be able to take away after school sports.
The punishment serves as a reminder of those facts and helps students come to realize that cheating hinders your education. Later in life you will not be able to simply copy another person or look to the internet to answer all your problems. If you go down that route you run the risk of your employer firing you based on your inability to complete the assigned task. Pelton’s punishment was necessary because in a way it is similar to the consequences you might receive on a job later in life. Within the student handbook for the Piper School District it clearly specifies that the punishment for plagiarism will be an immediate zero on the given assignment.
One survey question reads, “If you ever experienced a form of bullying, how did it make you feel? Did you go to someone for help?” One student answered this question by saying, “yes it made me feel really shitty and made me hurt myself. No, I did not go for help, nobody would listen.” This student shows that they chose to not say anything because they feel or know that nobody would listen anyway. This does not only include Madera High staff, yet school staff should start to pay more attention to who they think may be in trouble because school is basically a student 's second home and spend most of their time there. This is why school teachers have a big role in this.