When they don’t know what to do, they tend to not do the assignment or turn the assignment in late, but turning it in late or not doing it can lead to adverse scores. If you have adverse scores you can get held back or it can be tough for you to get accepted into really great schools. To sum up, kids can lose natural motivation in learning. Second of all, schools should not pay students for good grades because they want to cheat for the award. “... including
There are many factors of why students don’t want to go to college, one of these factors is that they think they would not handle it, that they already earn good money, but one of the principals is the cost. There are many reasons why students don’t attend college, but there is another reality that many will admit. There are genuine obstacles or dire circumstances that prevent a student from continuing their education, and then there are the excuses. Also, many students don’t know about the resources out there, such as the academic advantages and benefits that a college can have. On the other hand, students questioned about their future, this is another benefits that college has.
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.
Most of the educators have believed in that students who are made to wear uniforms will have a better educational environment, because it helps students to resist peer pressure to buy trendy clothes, which mean the students will not compare themselves to their classmate in term of the outfits. At the same time, there are some colleges might think that college uniforms violate a student’s right to express themselves through the choice of their outfits and it’s also an unfair additional expense for the students. In my opinion, should college students be made to wear a uniform, will have both the advantages and disadvantages. College is a place where students come for study to gain knowledge and information,
Memories do succeed to help us learn from our mistakes from the past memories. Our mistakes can help in the future it could help us achieve other goals. Remembering a memory like the first time going to school and having to do the first test and forget to study. We remember to study next time that is how memories can help and not have a difficult time. Also it can help you when someone else gets in trouble with their parents next they will know what not to do or similar to what they did.I also believe memories can be hinder because there might have been point in a person’s life that they struggle with and do not want to remember.
Also, they may not have enough motivation to see lasting results in the future. When students go to college, they are responsible for their own education. Finally, when students receive money for grades, they will have a lower academic performance in the future. In the long run, there are negative aspects of paying students for grades; students may feel pressure and relationships with parents could get stressed, the money may not have lasting results, and students’ academic performance in the future could get lower.
Therefore, a large number of students are being prompted to take the shortcut and cheat their ways to good grades. Unfortunately, as a saying goes “what comes easy won’t last, what lasts won’t come easy”, cheaters can get away and earn temporary success, but they ignore the long-term impacts that can take a serious toll on them, even beyond academic fields. From an economic point of view, cheating
Even when they involve students in peer assessment they did not take it seriously as an important assessment activity. As noted in chapter 2, the active involvement of students in taking responsibility for their learning is central to the theory of formative assessment. (Black & William, 2004). Therefore, we can conclude that despite the importance of self-peer assessment in learning, teachers rarely implemented it in teaching. Even they used it; it was not as effective as expected.
Ayodele and Adebiyi (2013) also state that self-concept is other main determinant of student study habit. Self-concept in study habit refers to the belief of the person on what study will bring them. Every student self-concept is different from the others. Some students may think that with their ability they can study smart instead of study hard but some student that have bad self-concept will end up adopting bad study habit as they think they doesn’t have the capabilities to study certain subject (low comprehension on subject or uninterested on subject
It is assumed and stated in the philosophy of the current education system that grading encourages learning. Although grades are a simple and immediate feedback mechanism they are inadequate and they do not represent all the quantities and qualities of a student. A student achieves what he or she achieves through all sorts of means—intelligence, talent, technology and support from teachers and parents. We cannot define if a student is dull or smart trough tests that is inadequate and restricting. Studies have shown that low-ability students are negatively affected by the grading system (Harlen & Deaken Crick, 2002) and in many cases students would have learn more if not being under the pressure of grading (Crooks, 1988).