If you were using the cognitive approach you would only get qualitative data which could be a problem as not everyone interprets the same answer in the same way. This would be more objective. This would also mean it is not valid as you are measuring why you think
Many lower class citizens are at or below the poverty line and are have and unavoidable disadvantages and poorer chances to discover life’s possibilities. Regardless of the potential and ambition that a lower class individual could possess, he or she will not be given opportunities to succeed like a higher class individual. People who are considered lower class do not have access to many of the resources like a wealthier societies do. Based on their economic situation, they automatically start behind the eight ball. Wealthier societies have exceptional educational services which include better teachers, utilities, and curriculum, whereas poorer societies just get by on the bare minimum.
To address a behavior issue I believe that first you must understand the behavior and more importantly understand what its causes are. Jacob Kounin talks about in preventing discipline problems, which have to do with the subject matter of the classroom. Kounin emphasizes that teachers should make instructional activities enjoyable and challenging for the students. I believe if the students are
Payne stated that students should learn the “hidden rules” of the middle class from their educators so that they have another set of rules to use if they choose to do so. Impoverished students, compared to students of middle or upper class, often have a lack of proper funding, thus, a lack of appropriate resources to use in their education. Due to this, they are often unprepared for school, not having the money to purchase books and other educational tools. Both authors realize this, but argue that the responsibility lies on different shoulders. Payne states that impoverished students face inequality at school, insinuating that the school should be responsible for helping to provide for these students so that they can have a better education.
5.06 * Nile Verleur 4/11/15 Article 1 Report: Our High Schools May Not Adequately Prepare Dropouts For Unemployment 1. What is the essential cultural observation or situation being satirized? What clues lead you to this conclusion? * This article satirizes the lack of support geared towards creating successful students and the misuse of support programs and resources applied towards the failing and less successful students. For example, the author uses sarcasm to point out the lack of support for students when he quotes, “Our public high schools place too much focus on preparing kids for professional careers.” The author later criticizes the unorganized approach teachers take towards the discipline and teaching of students when he quotes, ‘"Educators do a lot to ensure that the most hopeless students slip through the cracks...
This happens more often than not, because the local ITT Tech campus is understaffed and is attempting to continue to offer classes as advertised . This is not to say that these instructors are all uneducated in other fields, but are not qualified to teach a specific course requested of them as a “fill in”. Some instructors do not realize the potential damage of their actions, but instead see only the monetary compensation for their time. This leaves students frustrated with the lack of useful information learned and bitter for having their time and money wasted because of the poor management of ITT Tech . In closing, ITT Technical Institute is clouding Information Technology field with unqualified graduates by giving students a false sense of security, burying students in debt, and hindering the learning potential of students by employing instructors who are often unqualified to teach the curriculum.
I do not agree with adding more hours to school because it’s too tiring for the kids, it takes away time from family and nobody is sure if this will result in better grades. One of the reasons I do not agree is because it’s too tiring for us kids. Another reason why I don’t agree is because it takes away time from family. Therefore, nobody is still sure if this will result in better grades. These are the reasons why I do not agree with adding more hours in school.
Also, some districts claim their primary concern is open enrollment programs lack ‘financial’ ability to offset costs associated with hiring additional teachers and staff members (Fowler, 1996). Clearly tax savings are not enough to justify continuance with open enrollment programs, which is evident by the six percent loss in the number of students grades 1–12 attending school in their own residential attendance from 1993 to 2003. Residential Zone Open Enrollment 80% 78% 76% grades 1-12 74% 72% 70% 1993
Finally, the most negative aspect is that the standardized testing is not a valid measure of learning for educating students because the inhibition of standardized testing for teachers and the learning materials that would make both teachers and students in a hole. The government needs to found a more reliable measure of performance with the appeal of validity, simplicity and cost-effectiveness. Also, those education technology such as home schooling need to be funded or supported by government as well. Therefore, although the standardized testing system was used to play an instructive, beneficial and important role in the educational arena, the deleterious effects of this testing
Unfortunately somewhere down the line, the school board members at the district, and state level didn’t think the program was worth keeping. It is truly baffling, and makes a person wonder just where the priorities are when it comes to the education of children. As a result of these broken education systems, along with excessive social activities, and the lack of parental involvement, a high percentage of students are just skimming by when it comes to getting their education. School districts around the country are not doing enough to properly educate children. As a result, this country has fallen far below the international average when it comes to education.