If a teacher is not explaining an assignment in a way that a refugee student can understand, they simply lose interest. On the other hand, when students are unresponsive to a teacher they are considered “disrespectful” (Usman 112). Most of these classrooms struggles are due to miscommunication issues. Teachers should not assume that students are acting out. Rather, they should meet with parents and discuss how to deal with these issues (Usman 114).
Consequently, it makes their children miss out essential social skills. They would not have the same skills that children who study at traditional schools have because they do not study with a group that help them to learn important skills to interact with others. Michael H. Romanowski (2006) writes about the common negative impacts in homeschooling in his article “Revisiting the Common Myths about Homeschooling”. Romanowski reexamines the common ne... ... middle of paper ... ...articipate on schools activities, and parents do not have sufficient time to teach their children. For these reasons, traditional schools have many positive impacts on students.
Beginning teachers often end up with the toughest assignments. In the case of Miss Hiller, she was becoming very discouraged because she didn’t seem to know how to motivate her students to learn. She is also bothered of the fact that the students didn’t seem to like her, and that she is having problems disciplining her students. Stansbury and Zimmerman (2000) suggests that to make life less stressful for new teachers like Miss Hiller, the principal may reduce the number of students in a beginning teacher’s classrooms, refrain from assigning them the most challenging students, and minimize their extracurricular and committee assignments. Selecting and training effective support providers.
This process is enshrined in reciprocity of exchange of transmitted messages that mean to both speaker and hearer. Barret (2006) suggests, that lack of communication or ineffective communication can cause skewed understanding of what a manager or supervisor says that might be detrimental to work description and details. This can impact negatively on carrying out work appropriately. This offers more illumination on some of the findings in the interviews done at the custodial department of Northern Caribbean University. After interviews with workers and supervisors of the department, on issues they face in dealing with communication from or communicating to their supervisors these are the findings: Wokrers had issues with the mannerism of their supervisors and say it does affect how they do work and their wanting to change jobs or leave the job.
Resistance to Change There are many factors that contribute to the lack of a successful implementation of a change within an organization. Resistance to change has the biggest effect on an organization. Resistance to change harms an organization’s progress, and leads to complications in implementing any type of change within an organization. While change and resistance to change will be analyzed in many different ways, simply put, the resistance to change will be the number problem when an organization attempts to change something, and some resistance can “poison” the whole process (Palmer, Dunford, & Akin, 2006, Pg. 145).
Some of them use sports as a reason to get out of doing their homework, but several teachers offer time in class, and early morning tutoring for those students who are struggling or may not have time to do assignments away from school. Although many students feel it is unnecessary and a waste of time, homework can be very beneficial to these students whenever it comes to review or test taking times. Many students feel that doing homework can be a waste of time. They think that since teachers sometimes don’t go back over the homework the next day, or whenever they collect it, if they collect it at all, that it can be considered futile. Other students deem that they could be doing something, in their mind, as more productive such as sports, or other extracurricular activities.
Homework is basically a hassle for students and it is something assigned to keep students busy; therefore, homework should not be given to high school students at SHS. One reason behind this argument is that all homework does not equal higher grades. In other words, just because you do the work that teachers assign, does not mean that the concept of the assignment is fully understood. Basically, students now a day’s give in nonsense work and still get credit for that homework assignment. In addition, when a test or quiz comes up they have no idea what they are doing, and end up getting a horrible grade.
Richard says "I was oddly annoyed when I was unable to get parental help with a homework assignment. The night my father tried to help me with an arithmetic exercise, he kept reading the instructions each time more deliberately....I'll try to figure it out some more by myself ". (Rodriquez 195) This quote shows that it's not that the parents don't want to help their child with their school work it is mostly because they don't know how to especially if the parents does not know English or is not educated. So leaves students with no choice than to start doing everything on our own at home. We become ambitious not only does that make difficult for the parents but also it makes it difficult for students too.
Many students enroll and are determine to obtain good grades but at the same time are worried because of the need of support from their mother. Some experience not owning a computer or knowing how to use them and this slows down their learning process, and are afraid to ask for help. Once they identify what they are capable to do academically they began to think everything they achieve or do would be underestimated by others. They may think teachers are going to punish them for not knowing how to solve critical thinking problems. Or by their classmates they may become socially discomfort with other students, because of the loss of personality.
It doesn’t make them bad kids, or even bad students. Drop-outs report that some of the main reasons they drop out of school is not seeing value in the work they do. Almost half of them said the classes were not interesting, and were bored of their work, and say it’s among the main reasons students would stop attending classes (Furger “How to End the Dropout Crisis”). Expectations also tend to run high for students by their teachers. Regular students in school also debate to themselves to make the decision of dropping out from time to time, from the stress levels of piling assignments.