On-campus classes make it easier to communicate one-on-one with your teacher. If you need any help or just have a question, you can speak to your teacher during class and/or speak to a student in your class. Any assignments that you get can be completed in class, on-campus, or at home, then turned in to the teacher. The books needed for your classes are owned by you, so you can make notes and highlight the text in the book if you need. It is harder to procrastinate while taking classes on-campus because you begin the homework in class (most times) and have the teacher to notice if you did or did not submit your assignments.
Students are no longer looking to a teacher for all of the information. Most of what I hear about education in my community is negative. We start children in school at a very young age due to fears that they may “fall behind” or “not be on target” in relation to their peers. We require them to site in a classroom that follows the same format as a classroom from the 1800’s. This includes, 4 walls, desks, a teacher facilitating the lesson, and little ears and eyes tuning in and out.
Another educational writer that writes about her thoughts about the negativity of homework is Nancy Kalish. Nancy Kalish, an author of many books suggests"We were always stressed, and I knew many other families were also miserable.’ Hendricks decided things had to change—and she had a unique advantage: She's the principal of Glenrock Grant Elementary School. Together with her teachers, she looked into the research and found what I did: Homework's not what it's cracked up to be" (Kalish). Kalish presents an excellent idea when she talks about the negativity of homework with this statement. There are many authors that agree with these points of view.
Although I recorded audio of myself and was not able to use video, I know myself well enough to know how the speech would have looked in person. I felt as if my voice was a little tense, but my instructor said that my voice was clear and the delivery was well paced. Neither my instructor nor myself felt as if there were other signs of anxiety in the presentation. I did feel like the pacing of my presentation was great, but this was also one of the things I was working on that required a second and third try. In this class I would like to work on my delivery, but mostly, I would like to stop being so monotonous and be able to use gestures and movements more effectively.
To this day, my learning disability is what sets me apart form the other students in class; whether it be me having accommodations or needing extra help. Though I have this learning disability, it is what motivates me to do better in class. My earliest memory of having difficulties in school was during the beginning of elementary school, when we were learning how to read the days of the week and the months. All of the other students were grasping the concepts that the teacher was covering in class, while I was behind. I kept confusing the days of the week and forgetting there order.
The main purpose of her essay is to inform others how she learned about time management and responsibility. I think she wrote this essay more towards people who have a hard time managing their time. She is telling us that it is possible to work and be involved in activities, but how you manage your time and becoming responsible is key. This can be proved in the last paragraph when she tells us “And every day people notice that I am different from the rest of my peers. At school, teachers and organization leaders are impressed by my time management skills and the amount of responsibility I take on.” Jessica shows her feelings in this essay when her father tells her that her that she does not have to work on the farm anymore, and can be like other kids and take part in school activities.
Because it is important to take into consideration the positive and negative effects your reaction will have on everyone involved, you must remain calm and not disturb the class. Upon turning in the exam, politely ask the student if they will stay after the last person finishes taking their exam. If you create a scene, not only will it interrupt the other students who were not cheating, it could also have a negative effect on their test score. 2. Explain to the student how the honor code system works at Elon University and allow him or her an opportunity to tell you that they were cheating.
He soon realizes that his diverse group of poor students is embroiled in a careless and aggressive attitude toward any authority figure. Without the positive support of family members and low academic expectations from school administrators and teachers, Mr. Clark tries to teach rules and high social and academic expectations. One of the rules is that the class is a family and no one is quitting on each other as long as they have respect for each other. He tries to show them that learning can be fun when they cooperate with each other. As the students read books and did their homework, they began to recognize the value of school.
What I learned is that while your teacher is giving a lesson always looks for words like: “the most important thing”, “remember to” “put a mark on” and many more signal words Test anxiety is something that happens to many students. Everyone feels a little nervous and stressed before a test. To overcome this, while preparing for a test,
Because of this, I feel that her students learned a lot and will be prepared for their test. I learned a lot in this science class. I always knew that reviews were helpful to students, especially young ones, but today I learned about the fashion in which a review is best delivered. I was able to see students excelling and students struggling. By the end of the class, many students were better able to understand the lesson and probably improved from a possible “D” on the upcoming test to a “B” or even “A.” I learned that when you involved technology and visuals in your lessons and reviews, so much can be accomplished.