These tests are created to only measure a small portion of knowledge students have acquired in their lifetime. The technology of testing cannot accurately measure numerous important attributes such as creativity, critical thinking, persistence, leadership, and resourcefulness. This is creating superficial thinkers, teaching students to see the quick and obvious answer; the tests don’t measure the ability to think deeply or creatively. Students are being taught to memorize instead of further strengthening their skills to solve real-world problems. These scores are highly unreliable because they can vary from day-to-day, based on the testing conditions or students mental/physical state.
Once the barriers have been identified I should look to overcome these. Barriers can be overcome and this can improve my skills and knowledge. These are the barriers that I am likely to face: • Not enough funding to access training • Training courses being cancelled • Not enough time • Language barriers • Some learners think they know it all so don’t understand why they have to do refresher training • Social and personal barriers, where some people cannot attend due to not having child care or appointments may clash with training • Health issues. There are times we have to change dates for learners due to having previous appointments or they have unexpected personal problems so we rebook for them to attend on the next available training course. These
Technology could also damage our ways of communicating. We would not be able to spend time with the people we love and I think that it could cause conflicts among people because of lack of communication. What do we have to do to prevent technology from taking over us? Do we have to risk our lives? People think that
Having a mandatory uniform limits teenager’s creativity and their expressive side. Lastly, the uniform can be harmful to schools image because some schools may have nicer uniforms than others causing other schools to envy them and not feel equal and uniforms are all about making everyone equal. Students will most likely be in their uniforms after school hours. If some students are caught up in bad behavior it can make the school look bad and gain a reputation. Also, when students don't agree with the uniform they wear many of them alter
2). Instead of searching for a better educational environment, students look for better tests numbers. Lang Wood goes on by stating “Students can easily become discouraged and negative about education in general, which affects their learning ability” (par. 2). In addition to what Lang Wood believes, Stephens claims, students who are taking the test suffer from stress in result of worrying about passing it.
Teachers frequently feel that they should have been trained more than they have been. to administer subject information teaching because educators cannot tell if the pupil is struggling in reading comprehension knowledge understanding, deficiency of guidance and instruction on the educators, or probably if it was due to some degree of English language skills. Sorry to say, the reason for this suffering is due to improper interpretations and ELL students not being taught the proper education
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.
short term review is not likely to be of much benefit.” Short term review and trying to each students content are, in essence, what coaching programs are doing. Again, students should prepare in the long run for entrance exams by taking harder classes in high school. Unfortunately, in the United States many students from low-income families are in schools where they are not encouraged to take rigorous academic courses or the courses are just not offered to the students. There is also a positive correlation between family income and test performance. (Depalma).
With showing the student the data, some students may feel that they are lacking the confidence level or the digital literacy skill that they may feel out of place. Hence comes the resistance to learn. Since they have the thought that they are dumb in one area that they will not grasp the information as others will. But this is where the instructors are teaching the students how to use their skills they have now and transition them to improving the other
As a result, students’ grades can be affected. Not only because they are discouraged also because they will have less time to do homework, study or practice any sport. Nowadays students are really stressed doing to many tasks, learning more than two languages and competing among themselves in order to achieve their own goals. In summary, I believe that volunteering should not be applied to students as a requirement for graduation, we should respect their rights and support poor people but not in that