They are like busy work and sometimes students don’t even try hard on the assignment. Also being in school is tiring and having to do homework when you come home is even more tiring. Plus, homework gets in the way of other classes if you have a test to study for. Therefore, homework should not be given to the students in this high school.
Many educators do not go into further detail with their lesson. "Most teachers and professors in colleges have a set plan, and this is what makes higher education rigid"(Ruytenbeek, 2013). This is why most students find higher education tedious and difficult to grasp. This linear learning is a significant problem in our higher education system because it does not educate every student equally. Every student learns differently, and this linear model forces students to learn a certain way that they are not accustom to.
Just like one of my old professor said everyone learns and comprehends and has tolerance for a lot of things but taking a test that is four hours long with work that you can’t comprehend because you don’t have enough time to think in that particular section is not fair to every stud... ... middle of paper ... ...ng is not an issue in school and try to make sure they get it so it doesn’t happen outside of school. For lack of parent involvement as a teacher I would make sure I can get all the parents to participate in the student’s school life because whether they like it or not their parents or guardians involvement means the most. If I can’t get that to happen I will try to insure my students that they can come to me for help and if they need help with anything they can talk to me. I would show my students I care but it works better with both the teachers and parents working as a team. Yes there are a lot of issues at hand when it comes to educating students and ensuring they have the best education they can get but as a team of teacher and parents we have to come together and do what is right to protect education and make sure that were teaching and they are learning.
For instance, if someone does happen to attend class but has no intention of paying attention to the lecture, he/she is going to suffer from not being attentive and will wish he/she did pay attention because most of the time professors do not review any of the lectures or material before a test. Like high school, a college student can copy another student's notes it may be slightly helpful, but not as much as if they had been in class and attentive. College classes are also hard because a person cannot really miss a class. In order to know what is going on and what assignments are going to be due, a student needs to attend every class if possible because he/she does not have the same class five days a week. In college, it is either two or three days a week and that is it.
In the process of creating my own High School I would look at how the students are learning. From personal experience of going to a normal public school, I know that sitting in a classroom all day long did nothing. It kept me uninterested and not wanting to learn. Some students like that setting. Personally I don’t.
I would mostly handle my schoolwork alone in my room, so I never felt like I spent too much time with my mom. However, almost all of my non-homeschooled friends have expressed how they would never be able to handle their parents all day, every day. Speaking on behalf of their parents, I am sure that feeling is mutual. When it becomes time to apply for colleges, public school counselors guide the students step by step through the process and have official transcripts to send in. For homeschoolers, however, the process is different and much more complicated.
As students finish their last year of high school and get ready to take on college they will realize that they are not even close to being ready to take on the next step of life. As life advances in technology, classes are becoming harder and take more brain power to work out problems or write papers. Students are not used to using their brains because in high school their main focuses are on test and to maintain their GPA. When students move on to college to further their education and then suddenly fail, fingers are pointed at who 's to blame. Society standards continue to rise and many students can not keep up and begin to struggle emotionally.
Whether the student pass the class or not is the sole responsibility of the student. While in high school teachers are constantly on the student’s case about missing assignments and grades. Teachers in high school for the most part will help the student to the best of their ability to pass the course. The student will not see this type of teacher student relationship in college. In most cases teachers in college will not give a student to turn in an assignment late.
Parents pay a big role when it comes to high school and many show a lack of interest in their child's academic success so the child sees no point in continuing their work. Other students play the role of adults if they have a parent who struggles with supporting the family. Many teens go through having many responsibilities at home such as providing for the family. Parents may struggle with being able to support their children so the teen lends a hand and feels the need to help causing many to drop out due to too much stress. For all these reasons and more, teens sometimes have to drop out while other teens abuse the dropout age because they are
Being a teacher, is not an easy job, especially when we face problems with parents refusing to accept that their son or daughter has a learning disability. Communicating to parents that their child has a special need or has behavioral issues is not easy for teachers. A few years back, I had a student that would come to my class late and would be absent most of the time. Every day, he would just sit in the back of the room and make no effort to work. I would talk to him about being more responsible, but he seemed not to care.