Consequently, dictators often take children away from their families at a young age to raise them how they want. If children are left at home, the dictators run the risk of the children learning ‘unnecessary’ or unwanted information. However, when the children are being taught by governmentally run teachers, the government can more easily ensure that the children are learning want they want them to learn. Dictatorial leaders want control over everything, including children’s minds. Dictatorial leaders want everyone to love them.
Stereotyping can cause someone's impression of an individual from a certain race and or gender to be altered and in worse case scenarios turn into hatred and fear of anyone from that specific ... ... middle of paper ... ...eople for what they are, not what they appear to be. It is also important to teach our children to respect each other regardless of sex, sexual orientation, race, culture, religion, personality and more. It is important to teach them these values because they are the future of our society. We as the new generation should do something to avoid this problem. We can start changing our perception of stereotypes.
Students are to listen and retain information their teachers are telling them. More often than not students gr... ... middle of paper ... ...s into learning a certain way which causes problems with students at a young age, while Brown believes the employment contract tricks employees into signing wavers without really knowing what they are getting into. These different pieces of writing each distinguish their beliefs in certain ways. The reader comes to believe these Authors have found fault in the world today, and choose to discuss either the educators faults in teaching, or the ways employees in these work forces are being deceived. Works Cited Brown, Susan.
These two types education have major effects on students’ lives, one of them can take to higher levels of education, and the other one can lead you into one of those “Dropout Factories”. “Dropout factories” are led by banking method teachers who Paulo Freire refers to them as oppressors of knowledge, their method lack of critical thinking, and one on one teaching, it turns student into machines that lack any psychological depth whether its educational or else. On the other hand we have problem posing teachers, who encourage discussion in class, focus more on the students, to use knowledge an entity that can be shared with all students, and they use education to free minds from any limitation. But Malcolm X teaches us that no matter how hard the circumstances are, anyone can rise from the worse situations, and turn into a human rights activist that people look up. What fired Malcolm X need to was a simple letter that he didn’t want to sound illiterate in, he didn’t wanted to disappoint his idol Muhammad Elijah, thus he worked hard on his writing until he succeeded, and that shows us that no matter what school you go to, or bad teacher you have, or the bad circumstances you live in.
The boredwajzee consists of scholars, teachers, and professors who teach theme writing and continually oppress the other classes by blocking creativity and insight. They instill a fear of failure using the tools of a corrupt grading system that works to promote the writing of the theme. Theme writing takes the personal interest out of education and greatly affects the student striving to fine-tune the ability to think. The education and promotion of writing in theme creates educated students, but students not educated to think for themselves. At a very early age when theme writing is instilled in the minds of our young people it serves the very purposes of the boredwajzee.
Many teachers keep their students’ attention by rewarding them. If students are not paying attention, many times, they are punished. “The prize and the punishment are incentives towards unnatural or forced effort, and, therefore we certainly cannot speak of the natural development of the child in connection with them,” (580). Montessori believes that punishing and rewarding students will corrupt their spirit to learn, instead believing that students should be positively reinforced. Positive reinforcement is when a child is presented with a motivating item after presenting a desired behavior in hopes the behavior will happen again.
I think its important to explain what the child did wrong and why it wasnt safe, but be poliet about how you talk to them, children are scensitive, and seem to be more on edge and scared when they know they are in trouble. I think my program does approach situations calmly and with respect, they give the child a chance to talk about what happend or why they did it without attacking the child and scaring them. However I also feel like my program is a little more laid back on disciplen, I think kids get away with a lot more in the classroom without getting talked to or even caught, I think because its so many kids to such few teachers that its hard for the teachers to catch all the problems that happen, and I think they are all a little laid back on dealing with the situations. I saw a lot of incodents that I believe could of been delt with but we're not.
Dominance and power is achieved through repetitive intimidation and imbalance of power. Bullying cannot occur when two individuals have the same physical, emotional, or psychological strengths, as neither will be gaining power or dominance over the other. This is a sign of school violence or simple teasing. School violence can lead to bullying, which is a growing problem in schools today (Guerra et al., ... ... middle of paper ... ... Teachers, counselors, principals, and parents each have a role in the prevention of bullying. Parents can learn to find a balance in how much support they give their children so they don’t tip their child over the bullying/victim line.
One factor that influences my decision to become an educator is a yearning to leave my altruistic mark on society. As a teacher, I will have the opportunity to emotionally stir my pupils into social action by exposing injustices hidden by the current educational system and the media. Though my idealism may be naïve, it is my philosophy that the nature of human beings is actually good. I feel that most people will not tolerate inequalities if they know of their prevalence. For that reason, my students will not be sheltered from real life issues such as AIDS, racism, sexism, homophobia, xenophobia, ethnocentrism, etc.
Children do not express or think for themselves anymore. Today's students only know how to act subservient to their teacher's will. Drastically separate stages compose a reality known as life. Thus, to produce an education beneficial for life the United States must educate its children with an array of techniques mirroring life's developmental stages. In the life of all schooled persons, a transition must occur from a traditionally focused education to a "de-centered" education to fully develop that student for life in the real world.