This results in adolescents to fear to go to that class and be uncomfortable in the class when they are resulting and anxiety based children with grades that reflect it. Not only does forcing each individual to participate in class forces everyone to conform into the same confident individual but it makes the shyer students feel as if they are not as good as the confident students. Another example of how school 's guidelines force individuals to conform in to the "perfect" citizen is from them to respect the teacher 's position as leader in the classroom. The word leader is a harsh word to use about a teacher. It makes it seem as if the students are have no say in the way they should be taught, which is nearly always the case, when in reality it should almost be the opposite.
In an unsafe environment, teachers can’t teach the students to their full potential and the students can’t learn to their full potential. King mentions that a child who feels safe in school may perform better academically. Those students who do not feel safe in school may not learn to their full potential and will not do so well in school. Some may seek for ways to skip school because they feel unsafe. Many people
“A child learning to talk does not learn by being corrected all the time – if corrected to much, he will stop talking”(3). This article has changed my opinion on starting to send children to school as young as four years old. Children that young are still trying to figure things out by themselves, nothing good will come out of making them sit in a classroom for hours. Children shouldn’t be bombarded with rules the minute they step foot in a school building. It changes their perspective on how the world works.
Many individuals have been affected negatively by trouble makers in school. Troublemakers have either disrupted classes or bullied other students. Yes, trouble makers may harm one’s learning environment, but should they be kicked out of school? Though many individuals argue that troublemakers will not change and hold the class down, they should not be kicked out because they need help. Most of these kids that are disobedient do not know the distinction between right and wrong.
Poor academic performance, shallow relationships, and mental health problems are the effects of low self-esteem for high school students. Having low self-esteem affects students in all aspects of life. They are affected emotionally and mentally. Students with low self-esteem can experience extreme failure at their school because they are more likely to earn failing grades, and not participate in class. They can also have weak relationships with other people, such as their teachers and parents.
This happens in those cases where the management is determined to be reluctant to prevent bullying or does nothing to protect the juniors. The emotional torture that the victim gets after a prolonged torture is what makes them think of killing themselves. Bullying also has effects on the institution where it’s reputation is greatly destroyed. People will negatively talk about the school and chances are higher, that most parents will avoid taking their children to such schools. The overall performance for the school is found to decrease as individual victims of bullying ends up performing poorly.
Kathleen A. Laing indicated that students who lack motivation are not willing to make attempts and try in the classrooms. However, according to Fırat Açıkgöz, “The classroom climate influenced by the teacher has a major impact on pupils’ motivation and attitude towards learning.” In fact, Students’ lack of motivation is a result of ineffective teachers. Many researchers suppose that students who have bad attitudes tend to drop out of schools. Candeias, Adelinda and Araújo, et al, found that students who have negative attitudes have lower performance and higher rate of school failure. These unfavorable attitudes in schools are caused by teachers.
Attendance is a crucial aspect of a student’s education. When a student is tardy or absent, this interferes with them receiving the information given in class. Class introductions that include instructions, objectives, due dates, etc. may be missed if a student is tardy and if a student is absent, they may also get behind on their class work and homework. Communication between teacher and students about the classroom management procedures for these two things are important so that students are informed and are able to take the initiative to gather what they have missed which can help avoid them falling behind.
Decreasing the Drop-Outs (draft) Students dropping out from school are among one of the larger problems faced in the country. It is a serious problem that is often ignored by the schools and districts, and can offer even simple solutions to keep kids in the classroom. From the personal view of a normal student, school is stressful—but it’s supposed to be a challenge. It’s practically divided into few categories: kids who strive to learn and be successful and kids who don’t wish to have anything to do with school. It doesn’t make them bad kids, or even bad students.
Bad Children Yelling, crying, not paying attention, not doing a task properly, these are only some of the characteristics that are used to define a bad kid in society, but they are wrong. Kids cannot be judged based on actions that they cannot control; doing so will cause negative consequences in their future. When a child is labeled a “bad kid” it is hard for them to step out of that category and is basically being sentenced to being that stereotype for the rest of their child hood. Children are easily influenced and when society keeps telling a kid that they are not good they are bound to believe it even if the reason why they are being labeled bad is for something they cannot control. Some children have certain delays or conditions