It will be bad things for children life. Bullying can be occured because of many thing such as children do not get enough attention, it also can be because of bad suggestions from the other. Parents have the biggest part of creating their children’s personality, they have to know what happened to their children. Parents also have to keep their communication and do not let their children just silent if there is something happens to them. If bullying happens at school, parents should tell their children to be brave to report it to teachers or parents should consult with the teacher directly.
Marion (2011) defines challenging behavior as a stimulus that a child reacts poorly to, that in turn challenges the child’s parents or teachers to guide them in a positive manner. Current research indicates that children who have significant challenging behavior will have problems in school. They have issues with social skills, emotional control and language development. These insufficiencies contribute to the lack of skills to succeed in basic academic tasks such as reading (Coi, 1996). Traits that are often attributed to children who exhibit these traits are hyperactivity, inattentiveness and disruptive.
This is more of a moral conflict as students with learning difficulties suffer when taking the standardized tests even if they put a lot of effort into it. Also ‘protecting pupils and the social norm of loyalty to colleagues’, this dilemma occurs when the teachers don’t know if they should confront a colleague for mistreating a pupil or ignore what’s happening as it’s easier and won’t cause any problems. Another conflict is when teachers are criticized if they’re too committed and like to plan activities and trips for students. Some teachers become less willing to do such things as it will lead to criticism from their colleagues. ‘Respect for autonomy’ and ‘fairness’ towards students are other ethical conflicts faced.
At this point, children’s’ friendshi... ... middle of paper ... ...ing into legal trouble. The lack of social skills can affect safety in schools. Children with poor social skills are likely to be aggressive or violent and are less likely to be able to control their bad behavior. Academics are also affected. These children are likely to be rejected by peers and develop self-esteem problems and depression, which makes it hard to focus their mind on their school work.
It would definitely darken the relationship between parents and children. I personally think that it could make the situation worse if say a child was talking to someone they like but the parents were extremely against dating. If the child finds out that their parent was spying on them, this could actually make the situation a lot worse. I think that if parents have a child who is typically good and one does things that are considered “rebellious” very rarely, (which is typical for a teenager) the parent does not have to spy on the child. In some cases where the mistakes are repetitive it might be necessary for a parent to spy on their kids.
Since the parents don’t set the boundaries for the children, they lack the skills in social setting. They might be good at interpersonal communication as they are free to their own will and parents have no control over it, children lack the other important skills like sharing. Freedom without limits leads to significant consequences in children’s upbringing (Gross, 2016). This can lead to the lack of organization skills, motivation and lack of self-discipline. These findings suggest that permissive parenting style could lead to negative outcomes of overall development of children as they will grow up struggling with problem-solving skills and may likely to engage in misconduct.
The more students withdraw, the more anxious and tense they become. This tension can cause students not to invest on their next test. According to 9 and 17, if a student does not invest minimum effort and time preparing for the test, then they will continue to face severe consequences such as failing, dropping out of school, drug and alcohol consumption, as well as mental and physical health problems. Even though these consequences are severe, 14, believes that a small degree of anxiety can actually act as a motivator. If the anxiety is controlled and not over powering, then anxiety can actually minimize the effects and help with performance as long as the test is not stressed as extremely
A bully will hurt someone’s feelings (,) even if it is not (intended) intentionally, and this can lead to one losing (the) confidence of his or her own beliefs. The outcome of being bullied will affect how one will feel after he or she has been bullied causing a lack of assurance in school. Students then become disoriented from the bullying by taking a wrong turn on their academic progress in school. One of the reasons why students continue to become victims of bullying is because they do well in school. This could potentially cause jealousy among other students, so it makes them vulnerable to bullying.
It is normal for adolescents to experience confusion and rebel against the norms of society, which is something that middle school and high school teachers should expect. This is a crucial transitional period during which teachers must step in and try to motivate students to do well. It is important to form an environment in which learning is encouraged and pressure is minimized. Maintaining a calm and stable environment in the classroom is essential for students to be motivated to learn. Students often lose focus because unnecessary posters, decorations, and clutter distract them.
This can become a problem when these students are in traditional educational settings. They can become a distraction for students that do not have these issues, and can take the teacher 's attention away from the needs of the rest of the classroom. This means that behavioral issues with special needs children can be difficult to address effectively when they are placed in traditional educational settings. In reality, it is evident, in both Sean 's and Peter 's cases, that their behavior is effecting the classroom. From choking kids to throwing stuff around the room, it is an aspect that regular education teachers are not equipped to deal