Computers are now being introduced in kindergarten classes. When older students went to school, computers did not exist. Because of this, older students lack the knowledge of online usage, and struggle during online classes. Life experiences are an area where the older students have an advantage. Adult students have the
Unpopular View of iPads in the Classroom It this day of age, it may seem as though Apple products are taking over the world. Mostly every where you go, you will see someone either on their iPhone 5 or iPod touch, exploring the many uses of their technology device. For many years now, cellular devices and MP3 players have been banned from schools, in fear of the students either cheating or being too distracted to learn. However, new shocking information has proved that one apple product may actually be helpful in a classroom setting. The major question to ask nowadays is whether or not iPads are helpful in the classroom setting, or hurtful for the students learning experience.
I don't look at grade portal or pay enough attention to see the homework assignments. I need to work on this. Because so far I've been too lazy to do so. When I get home from school sometimes I would rather watch TV or play video games than do homework. So I would lie to my parents saying that I am done with work.
In short, the colossal overall cost of uniforms can become a large obstacle in the way of trying to enter a child into a private school and can overwhelm many families. Second, individuality between students is severely reduced. Creativity between students is reduced, because the ideal of a student in a “uniformed” school is that he/she becomes a lawyer, doctor, scientist, etc. The problem is that there are people who are designed to
But, can students get to achieve in what they want to achieve without homework? Will they fail a course and not getting a credit for not doing it? Let’s find out should high school students be forced to do homework. No matter in which school you go to around the world today, there will definitely be this little creature which is able to eat up the students’ timing at home – HOMEWORK. In my opinion, I think that homework is one of my best friends during my school days.
Solutions for problems like these are hard to come across, but if people took it upon themselves to try to educate them self by reading and writing more than they do it would help them in the long run. There was a table “From Reading at Risk” by Shea, Scanlon L., and Aufses presented that showed how many people actually take the intuitive to read for the purpose of educating their self. The people within the school systems should take a look at all of the problems with the Education system. It all starts with the adults in charge. Not every parent has the financial Stability to send their kids to schools with great education programs, as shown in waiting for Superman.
There are very few computers for to many students. I believe that the solution to this problem will be to build more computer labs. In this way we can be able to do all assignment and school projects. Each semester, students have to deal with the fact to get textbooks for the classes that must be taken. This has become a real issue for many students because as the school library the textbooks are been sell at a very high cost that we cannot afford.
In two-parent households, women have increasingly entered the workplace, and in single-parent households, there is even more of a need for the adults to work. That means parents do not fully control their own schedule and have to scramble to find high-quality after-school options. What happens when children are not engaged in enriching activities is well-documented: crimes committed by youth in the hours immediately after school soar, as do teen pregnancies. These hours can either provide an opportunity for children to grow or to get bored and drift into self-destructive behavior. Meanwhile, our global competitors are keeping students in school longer, giving them a
Students sometimes become so dependent upon technology that they are not exposed to the traditional ways of learning. Because some students might rely on technology in every area of learning, they might never experience what it is like to visit a library or read a printed textbook, especially since so many books can be purchased on audio now. Other disadvantages are that students’ handwriting skills might suffer due to a lack of practice because of their use of the computer to always write reports and essays. Always relying on the computer to find and correct errors while creating documents can result in students having very poor progress in grammar and spelling skills. Because many students also rely on the computer’s calculator, their ability to learn the proper methods of solving math problems might not be as enhanced.
Are computers in the classroom overrated? Why would Silicon Valley executives, who are at the forefront of disseminating digital technology to the world decide to take their children to schools where computers are not allowed? The Chief Technology Officer of eBay, as well as many big hitters in tech, believe that computers inhibit the development of problem-solving skills and social interaction. Ever since the adoption of computers as a teaching aid, proponents and opponents of the computer have argued over the usefulness or otherwise of computers to the learning process. Some people argue that computers are unnecessary distractions or that shouldn’t have any role to play in the classrooms.