Some would say teachers spend more time with student then parents do. Although a certain amount of attachment to faculty is important to the professional socialization of students, excessive and or inappropriate attachment can be intimidating because of the power deferential between teacher and student. Inappropriate relationships can cause discomfort with students who ma... ... middle of paper ... ...rofession. But cases where teachers have inappropriately been involved in inappropriate teacher student relationships show that many teachers have no moral of ethical standards that they has no standards live up to. When a teacher is selfish and do not show compassion or care for the students that they have been assigned to help mentor they cause an imbalance in the way society looks at teachers.
The biggest difference between misbehavior and mistaken behavior is how the teacher look at it because guidance requires teachers not to see conflicts as misbehavior, but as mistaken behavior. Also misbehavior and mistaken behavior show similarity, both have consequences. However, they are different. Misbehavior requires the children to be discipline for it, compared to mistaken behavior that requires the children to learn more pro-social responses and the adult to teach those
Moreover, to successfully have positive results for children’s growth teachers need to distinguish between punishment and discipline. The problem with adults, parents or teachers, is that most of the time they mistakenly confuse punishment for discipline. The class text presents the outcomes for punishment. Some of the results of punishment is
The following are some of the behaviours would experience in class and how they can be dealt with(Porter, 2000). Silence when asked a question. Some students however would not answer a question especially when picked by the teacher. This might be because they are either shy or they just don’t want to answer because they just think it seems cool not to answer. These two ways makes a teacher to wonder whether he or she did not communicate well and the student did not understand.
Just like Ali in the article “Use of Reinforcement Practices in the Educational Institutions and Its Impacts on Student Motivation” had said that motivation has an impact on the students’ behavior Diedrich wanted to see if behavior modifications was an effective method to use by educators. She says that one of the most common problem that is faced by teachers is classroom management because the disruption of a student behavior can affect the time of learning. According to Diedrich teachers struggle with the decision of whether or not a student should be rewarded for expected behavior. And that some educators believe that rewarding expected behaviors is not their job that is the job of the parents. By educators having a strong classroom management can possibly end or avoid the increase of disruptive behavior (Diedrich, 2010).
This would be different if the teacher was not trying to help the students and did not give good instruction, but if they did then they should not be at fault. If the student is misbehaving and not paying attention then that student may need more help or have detention to try and make up for the missed work. Also, if the student chooses not to do assignments outside of the classroom that is not the fault of the teacher. There are some mediocre teachers out there, whic... ... middle of paper ... ... show up and put aside everything else that may be going on in their life to try and help their students. This can be difficult sometimes especially if they are going through a hard time in their personal life.
Each plan could be detrimental, in differing ways, to the student population that they are attempting to improve. The group of parents that believe that going the strict, disciplinarian approach are attempting to negate the student’s harmful behaviors head on through means of public humiliation, suspension and police intervention, and thankfully not through the means of corporal punishment by the schools. The use of humiliation should be initially ruled out for a variety of reasons. The humiliation could be potentially classically condition the student to have high anxiety in social situations if the student is humiliated numerous times or the student’s behavior could be positively reinforced if the student’s motivation for acting out is gaining attention from their peers and the faculty at the school. The parents intend on decreasing the likelihood of these behaviors to occur again in the future by their proposed punishments.
Joe wants to do well, but has been conditioned to have a fearful reaction after spelling tests are announced, due to errors made in the past. Mary does not care about the reward system (i.e., points), demonstrating that children learn in different ways. It’s important for teachers to provide opportunities for children to work with their preferred learning style. The second concept raised is the need for teachers to have a deep understanding and awareness of these learning styles, further taking this into account when planning and teaching. This concept is highlighted by the teacher’s recognition of inconsistent results within the class.
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.
Being Schooled on the Cons of Homeschooling “Adults who were homeschooled often reference extreme social awkwardness as an obstacle they experienced upon entering college or the workforce.” (Whelan). Homeschooling may be a beneficial alternative to public and private schooling, but when the facts are shown and the first hand experiences are dealt with, it is understood that homeschooling has a negative impact. There are many different reasons as to why homeschooling a student can impact their skills in both an educational way and a personal way. Students should not be homeschooled because students who are typically miss out on obtaining skills that are needed in order to advance in the real world. A skill that is needed to advance in the