The child could also feel a sad disappointed feeling because their parent won’t give them the attention a child should be receiving or a child could just be being neglected all together possibly by the parent just not caring, but I will tell you all about these things in my paragraphs below. First, Physical abuse: where a parent physically hits the child. The child will have unexplained burns, bites, bruises, broken bones, or black eyes. Also if the child screams and fusses that they don’t want to go or when the time comes to go home. A child could also feel as if any adult that approaches then could be harm to them.
How should teachers award and punish their students? Teaching children is a very hard job, not only for parents but also for teachers since some children do not obey their words most the time. In order to let the children be more obedient, parents and teachers may use different kinds of method to encourage or penalize the children. Being a tutorial teacher for a year, I have taught a number of students and also realized some methods are very effective. In case, the student does not obey my instruction, positive punishment, which is the application of an unfavorable stimulus after an undesirable behavior in order to decreases that response, is a very useful method and the result can be shown shortly.
In addition social intimidation can lead to fear among children. They fear seeing the bully and getting picked on, or in a more serious case physically abused. Some children are even intimidated into secrecy. They may also keep quite because they feel embarrassed that they allowed this to happen to them. They may fear that their parents will either criticize them or that their parents will intervene and just make the situation worse.
In all actuality they may have a learning disability that has not been detected. Therefore parents should never take everything that a teacher says for face value especially if they believe that there is another reason for their child’s lack of success. The readings suggest that perhaps seeking the assistance of the school administration whenever parents don’t agree with a teacher’s diagnosis of a student’s learning problem. Public schools are required to assists parents that have concerns about students that have or may have learning disabilities. When all parties have reached a consensus that there is a greater problem than meets the eye, either psycho-educational testing is begun or the RTI model is initiated.
This method is wrong because it had bad consequences. Parents can use the correct method of education when the child baby. Many parents never learned from their own childhood that there are positive ways of relating to children. For example when punishment does not accomplish the desired goals, and if the parent is unaware of alternative methods, punishment can escalate to more frequent and dangerous actions against the child. Parents believe that beating is a means of discipline and kind of education.
(CMHA 2104) The symptoms of depression may strain the academic performance of adolescents. Some may argue that depression has no effect on grades in today’s youth; however, there is data to prove this statement false. For one, depression can cause social withdrawal in which the individual will pull away from friends and avoid school. This leads to inconsistent attendance which concludes to faltering grades. Another explanation would be that depressed students experience difficulty thinking, concentrating and remembering.
Students might want to drop out because they are struggling in school, getting bullied, have a health issue, have personal family problems, or just have a planned out future that doesn't require a high school diploma. Making teens do something they absolutely don't want to do, especially after they are 16, can result in even worse outcomes. “Efforts to raise the age usually come up against the argument that requiring students to stay in school when they no longer want to be there is disruptive to the other students and not fair to the teacher”. Thats a very knowledgeable statement because its true that when teens want to drop out, they want to drop out before they are 18, so they are most likely going to be careless and disrespectful at school. Some teens have personal reasons that are sometimes urgent, and staying in school isn't an option.
This allows students to feel more secure about themselves and the way they feel. A corrupted or an unhealthy family can impact a student very negatively. The student’s parents might be divorced or the parents simply don’t have time to spend time with their child. An unhealthy parental relationship may lead to extreme situations such as divorce and that would inflict unneeded pain toward the student. They may not be able to cope with it and stop doing homework, and earn bad grades not because they are inept, but they do not have any support.
c) One way in which ethnic minority children may respond to negative labelling is by a self fulfilling prophecy; if the teacher perceives them to be badly behaved, and then they may start acing that way. Another way they could react is to do the opposite of a self fulfilling prophecy, and go out of their way to try and achieve and behave well to prove their teacher wrong and to prove themselves. Finally, children of ethnic minorities could also become disheartened and depressed by such negative feedback form their teachers, and behave accordingly which will affect both their achievement and attitudes towards school, peers and other adults. d) One way in which schools can be seen as institutionally racist is that the schools curriculum can be seen as ethnocentric in aspects such as school assemblies, school holiday times and aspects of the curriculum such as languages, history and world religions. Another way is that within the classroom, students can be labelled negatively by teachers based solely on appearances and in some cases their ethnic group.
Some kids end up blaming their parents and do not want to be a part of the family and feel as though their parents to do accept them anymore. This causes children to misbehave at school and with friends. Many children may leave their homes, start using drugs, steal, and end up in prison. The emotional state of the kids become hurt and unhealthy. Children are also affected by divorce academically.