This is owing to the fact that they are less likely to be overwhelmed. In a smaller class, the... ... middle of paper ... ...schools have been able to use out of classroom staff in order to save money. In the long run, the benefits of a smaller class size are extremely strong. They help both teachers and students. Students in smaller classes have proven to have higher test scores, also teachers who teach smaller classes have a better morale.
I felt like I was not wanted by anybody, especially at school. I did have suicidal thoughts, but in middle school I actually tried to take my own life. Now, it was not that my plan did not work. I just found myself not being able to do everything that I had planned so that I would not be alive anymore. I felt like God was telling me that I could not end my life and He was not done with me yet, so I was not able to finish my task.
Students have better interactions with teachers in school than they do online. Traditional colleges offer more direct interaction with faculty, which many students find helps them learn more effectively than communicating via computer. (http://oedb.org) They have better one on one time with each other. Students and teachers get to know one another way better than they would online because they actually talk to each other in person and figure out what each other are actually about. Teachers also can help a student get through a problem by working with them.
I feel that I dealt with the situation correctly because he is the type of person that no one can get along with. This engagement relates to material covered in class because aggressive behavior is behavior expressing personal feelings in an inappropriate way where another person feels violated. He did not convey his feelings to me because he did it in a way that I wasn’t willing to listen to him and his opinion didn’t make any sense at all. I became aggressive when he told me how and what I should do to make my situation better when the advice he was telling me didn’t sound very appealing and I didn’t agree with it. He became aggressive when he realized that I wasn’t listening to any of the information he was telling me.
Students have become extremely disrespectful. They are being indolent and do not want to take in the presented information, which causes teachers to lower their expectations for students, and the outcome is decreasing the education standards. When a teacher sees that the student does not want to engage in class learning and activities, it has a discouraging effect. Knowing that most of the students are being disrespectful, apathetic, and take everything for granted, it surely affects the quality of education teachers are giving to their students. Teachers lower the bar for students just to get rid of them because it is not affordable to the school, and also, they do not want to deal wit... ... middle of paper ... ... are not trying their best to learn the material which is presented to them, because they feel bad for themselves and they seek help from the people who surround them, but they fail or do not want to see or admit that the problem is inside of them.
The lack of trust prevents me from truly getting to know someone. This is because I feel the less they know about me and the less I know about them the better. For this reason, I tend to stay away from people because I feel if they began to open up to me and tell me story’s about their life and personal information. They are going to want me to open up and tell them personal things about myself and my past. Depending on the person I may not be ready to have that type of conversation with them about myself.
One of the major reasons why I procrastinate, is that I never have the motivation to get up and start doing work. This may be because of lack of sleep or not eating healthy food but in general it is because I just don’t have enough energy. Thinking about all the work I have to do, makes me think that I am not ready yet to put myself through several hours of torture. Having a bad day will also lower down my motivation level and cause me to procrastinate so that I can just relax. Doing work, especially if it’s a course I don’t enjoy can make me feel stressed.
I began to understand that all the name calling and cursing was directed towards me. The saddest realization of this point in my lifetime is I was subconsciously getting used to it. All the excitement I owned about school perished quickly when the teachers would see the way my classmates would treat me, yet they did nothing. After a while, my patience ran out, so I became an introvert and my wardrobe changed from girly to the stereotypical “tom-boy”. I stopped looking for ways to get involved in school because of a bully named Cuevas.
It definitely affects my writing. You are supposed to find security in high school, but those four years leave me feeling pretty empty and alone. I have very little self-esteem and am constantly feeling not good enough. These are the feelings that I have hid from the world. I can’t let people see the pain inside of me for fear that I will be even less accepted than I am now.
I do not want them to see me on the street and whisper about something they think I’ve done wrong. Often I have been in a group of other parents or with my friends and I have not said what I really wanted to say because I was afraid of being embarrassed. It runs through my mind, just as I’m about to say something, that the other people will think I’m stupid. Even though, I know that what they say isn’t always the brightest thing. This is why I have a difficult time with public speaking.