Phrases such as: you are better than that, is that all you can do?, or even trying to cancel an important event for the student may cause negative response in one being the motivation they put into school. Seems... ... middle of paper ... ...dents to return. It will also give them less reason to day dream or zone out. As to procrastinators it's a matter of them to have will power to put things aside that distract them from school work such as t.v, music, maybe even friends. The problem is students have way to much time in their hands and decide not to invest it in something that actually matters.Two ways of fixing the problem of bad schools would be, removing the student out of the school and making your voice be heard.
The large amount of time required to complete college classes is also wasted if the student fails. Depending on the overall percentage, teachers should consider by their own judgment to round grades to passing when they feel that the student has made the effort to participate in a class. While it should not be the teacher 's responsibility to have every student pass in their class, failing a class can set back a student to completing their degree up to year if the classes that are needed are only in select terms in the year. Barriers in learning can cause low grades and failure in class if they are not addressed by the help of
This affects students to not have enough time to spend with their families. In other words, they are too bus... ... middle of paper ... ...e other not getting done for the next day. For example, this same situation happened to my friend Becky. Although, what she did was her assignment instead of studying for her test. She ended up not having the best performance she could on that test.
In order for any youth to find a job they need their education and staying away from school cannot help that. There is punishment for every wrong action that a student may do, but keeping them away from school for a long period of time does not fix the situation because they end up missing work. Some students do not take the full advantage of public education. Maybe because of the simple fact that it is free they feel as if they can fool around with it. According to Gatto, "We have been taught (that is, schooled)
Family’s may not care if they attend class everyday or the teachers do not care who is in the classroom everyday. Things do come up at the last minute and you have to miss class. If you bring in a note some teachers do not care and expect you to catch yourself up on what is going on in
If they feel like they do not belong, they will not pay much attention in class, grades start going down, and they might start skipping class. They could also feel isolated or homesick. Homesickness or isolation will send them away, too. Academic preparedness is another reason students do not succeed in college. If they are not prepared and they keep trying, they could get burned out on education.
Depressed students may pretend to be sick or cut class because they feel, as Arthur Schoenstadt MD states, “too overwhelmed by their school work or too depressed to leave the house” (Livestrong.com). The feeling of being overwhelmed can make someone with depression completely shut down and avoid all responsibilities. Students with depression also commonly exhibit a lack of motivation and concentration, which can severely impact their education. Researchers have found that, “prolonged dips in mood can greatly impact a student’s ability to study and perform” (jhsap.org). This especially hurts college students, as their academic success is more heavily reliant on self-motivation and concentration as opposed to high school and grade school.
Some teachers have additional jobs to earn extra money. Less time to work another job could create a bad attitude. A teacher with a bad attitude will not be able to teach effectively. One extra day of school cuts into precious relaxation time of students and teachers alike. Just one day may not sound like a lot; but, to a busy student, it could mean the difference between an A and a B.
If student performance is not up-to the mark teachers lost credibility in the eyes of parents. There is a big communication lag on both sides but very few parents realize that gap and try to meet teachers regularly. Sometimes teachers are not clear with their communication about school homework and parents help children to complete their homework as per their perception. Both teachers and parents think regular meeting and conversation is waste of time. They try to avoid it unless it is urgent.
People that are seen as having a disability are often passed through the majority of their classes or are not properly taught. In other words, teachers and professors may expect less from them. This does not benefit the student nor does it show that the teacher is interested in trying to help students with such disorders. In what possible way does it make sense to send someone out into the world without teaching them to the best of their capabilities? The lack of effort in the teacher’s work ethic comes off quite arrogant and selfish.