Many of them may give up and resort to cheating, and some students may get very nervous for the exams, clouding their mind and causing them to do poorly on the exam, again resulting in an unfair evaluation of knowledge. That is not to mention every parent’s expectation that their child will excel. This extra stress could put down a student to a point where his or her social life is obliterated. Stress can also cause fatigue, headaches and problems with digestion, which will also affect the student’s test grades. Secondly, testing is not an accurate reflection of some students’ understanding.
Mathematics is hard for students who cannot remember things too well. Because there are so many strategies in mathematics and students have to go through all these processes. Students with a bad memory will forgot what to do. Thirdly, students do not like some subject is because of classroom environments. For example, students who cannot see the teacher or the board from their seats may not understand a concept being taught, while students who are overly cold or warm may not be able to concentrate.
Teachers judges students by obedience. Teachers favours the clever children more by giving them better text books, more help, wider feedback, detailed improvement and higher knowledge. Causes the teachers to become biased towards the students Some children are able to reject the label given. Internal factors and achievement Internal factors | How does it affect achievement | Labels given to students | Would believe that their label was chosen was true and would follow its path (Self-fulfilling prophecy) | Streams | Higher stream- being encouraged to do better and given all the help that it needed. Lower stream- feels dumb, do stops trying | Peer groups | Some friends can be more encouraging towards school than others | Processes inside school | Different processes can cause you to either become more motivated or not to do well.
Difficulty with reading and writing If a child is having problems with reading and writing this could cause concern. This could be recognised, as a child would be at a delayed rate to the rest of his/her peers. This could affect the child’s /young person’s behaviour/social development...Low self esteem and loss of confidence may be a result. With peers of the same being more advanced ridicule and bullying may result Learning to communicate is one of the main skills a child needs to help them develop in all areas. They can quickly fall behind from peers of the same age.
The disruption is a huge distraction for those who want to get an education and a good grade in the class. The students who act out tend to want to get by with minimum grades. Immature students play a big role in how a classroom is operated and the way the teacher will go about teaching. This normally leads to a simpler and slower pace to the teaching. Teachers spend the better part of the class controlling behavior of the students with little time left to teach the lesson.
These schools both have class rooms where teachers and students meet for the sole purpose of formal interaction. There however can be problems where the teachers have to teach in and over crowded classroom. This is a problem because too many students mean that the teacher needs more time while teaching. There are always does that may not pick up on things as quickly as others; the larger number of pupils the higher the probability of such occurrences. Time is limited and so when a teacher spends time making sure that slow students understand what is being taught the rest of the class suffers academically.
Bullying and Strict Disciplinary Actions Have you ever been bullied? More importantly, have you ever been the bully? Over 54,000 children ranging from the ages of 5 – 18 get bullied every day. However, there are some disagreements on the disciplinary actions that should be taken. Despite the disagreements, strict disciplinary actions need to be enforced in schools to avoid bullying; because, it disrupts the learning environment, causes future disadvantages, and makes the victims become emotionally unstable.
“Children’s high school behavior is dependent upon many factors, including how well they do academically, what their home life is like and what discipline they are used to(eHow driven by Demand Media).” Some students misbehave and may display harmful behavior verbally and physically because their upset about the things that are going on in their household and having to think about it while in school is very disturbing because students are too focused on the outside situations rather than focusing on their school work and how to behave in a classroom. Other students
Overcrowded classrooms result immobility and discomfort to students. Having overpopulated school is a big
Many factors such as classroom condition and student behavior can influence the teaching environment of the classroom both negatively and positively. However, the negative conditions of a classroom and disruptive behavior of students collectively and collaboratively are known to be most influential when it comes to the teaching environment. A teacher who spends the majority of her class time dealing with disruptive student behavior is a frustrated teacher who has loss control of the class to the disruptive student(s). Any student who intentionally creates a disturbance in class which interferes with the teacher’s ability to teach and other student’s ability to learn is considered a disruptive student. (Amada) When a teacher has to spend too much time regulating the class by continually having to stop the flow of teaching to address the behaviors mentioned above can create an environment in which the teacher is frustrated and unable to implement the teaching goals of the class, thus students are not getting what they need which is a safe, well-managed classroom environment that promotes learning.