The parents intend on decreasing the likelihood of these behaviors to occur again in the future by their proposed punishments. But what the parents must realize is that simply punishing the behaviors only suppresses or restrains the... ... middle of paper ... ...g, H., et al., 1970). The parents must also be aware that their desired reinforcements and punishments will be be only effective when the discriminative stimuli that were present during learning are present. The teachers must communicate how they are dealing with the children at the school, so that the parents can continue to enact the same consequences for the behaviors that the students are displaying. The parents should also look to partially reinforce their children’s acceptable behavior, this will allow the behavior to recur without having to reinforce the behavior every time (Abad, M.J.F., et al., 2009).
Parents who abuse their kids were abused and had a poor upbringing. Nowadays with technology and researches found, they could help change and also teach their kids to avoid the same mistakes when they grow up. As the child grows, parents can set limits instead of violence. Fact is that when kids behave out of the normal, it is not to make parents angry but because they are in need of attention. We all know that parents’ the first reaction is to lose it, so instead of punching, parents can try time outs until the child comprehends why he or she is being punished.
They get re... ... middle of paper ... ...oreover, it is important that parents have confidence in their children. With the belief of parents, children will study harder to reward their parents. In conclusion, student cheating tends to a serious problem. In other words, student cheating is dishonesty in academic area. We should grasp the causes of student cheating so that education system can solve this vital issue.
It may seem childish, but it does make a lot of sense. Schools can help develop us into better people n a lot of different ways. School is where you begin to learn most of your life lessons. If you choose to not learn life tools because you’re cheating, then you’re going to find yourself struggling and making poor decisions for your future. A second solution to cheating is for the teachers to watch their students very carefully while they are taking an exam.
When it comes to giving a low grade, even though it may not measure each student fairly, altering grades also isn’t fair to the other hard working students. As for getting them in trouble, parents may reprimand their children but it will also make them work harder. As for the personal aspect such as worrying if a student is being harmed at home, it is the teacher’s job to know what’s happening and ask if the student is alright. Some may say that questioning the parents about it is what is right and some may say respecting their privacy is right. It all depends on the severity of the situation.
Parents can be influential for their children, but it would be very biased because they control what the child is learning. Parents who do not allow their children to learn the same curriculum that public school attending children are learning are sheltering them, in a way; prohibiting them from learning the things that public school will teach them. “Improving students' relationships with teachers has important, positive and long-lasting implications for both students' academic and social development.” (Rimm-Kaufman). Students and teacher bonds are one of the most important bonds because if a teacher gets through to a student, then that student has a better chance of making it in the
Many times students adapt quickly to whatever label the teacher places on a student. This helps the student to adapt more ... ... middle of paper ... ... learn to be well-rounded citizens in the community. Conclusion The above articles mentioned in the research study shows the important need for teachers to be mindful of behavior and reactions to student behavior. When teachers become reactive to a student or a particular situation the teacher may be causing more harm than good. Teachers need to know when to take a step back and just reinforce the rules and not allow personal feelings come into the situation.
Parents and advocates of education can all agree that they want their students to be in the best hands possible in regards to education. They want the best teachers, staffs, and schools to ensure their student’s success. By looking at the score results from standardized testing, teachers can evaluate effectively they are doing their job. On the other side, a proponent for eliminating standardized testing would argue that not all students care passionately about their education and will likely not perform to expectations on the test. However, receiving the numerical data back, teachers can construe the student’s performances and eliminate the outliers of the negligent kids.
Participants showed a concerned of the lack of involvement from parents due to different factors. They suggested that school need to improve communication between parents and school administrator. Additionally, parents requested more meetings times, after school programs and bullying and dug prevention programs to enhance students’ academic success. Students’ involvement The participants talked a lot about the importance of students’ involvement and how this is essential for their kids to do well academically and stay out of trouble. Students’ Involvement theme includes factors such as students’ initiative, need for extracurricular, and lack of involvement.
Teachers at school may notice the child with bruises or cuts and ask them what happened. If the abuse is ongoing the teacher will seek help for the child because it is their duty and the parent will be ... ... middle of paper ... ...lopmental expectations including competent classroom behavior and self-regulation. In order to help parents become aware of their child’s needs, schools should recognize this and seek to help parents stop abusing their child even if they are unaware of it. Instead of punishing parents with jail time, they should go to counseling sessions. They should be taught how to be emotionally stable for their children and taught about the harm of emotional abuse and what it can do to their child.