¶ … Student Achievement on the Elementary Level This journal also tends to have articles which allude to the necessity of strong relationships between students and teachers and how to better hone and cultivate those relationships.
One of the most helpful journals in this regard has been the Teacher's College Board. This online periodical is highly searchable and very-user friendly. It also appears to have a tremendous number of articles written from the perspective of teachers who are currently teaching and thus running into common problems or obstacles of student development and achievement. Thus, the articles and research published have a stronger sense of timeliness and relevancy than other journals. Furthermore, there appear to be a higher caliber of conclusions drawn from these articles with findings which point to concrete advice for teachers currently teaching and the challenges they face along with how to meet them. Another journal which has been found to be extremely enlightening and illuminating in this regard is the Journal of School Health. This Journal tends to have articles which are more qualitative in nature, and which demonstrate how things like feelings and emotions can actually impact relationships between students and teachers. This is a journal which tends to focus more strongly on articles which allude to emotional intelligence and emotional maturity as being factors which impact ...
Another journal which I've also found to be extremely useful has been the American Educational Research Journal. This journal tended to attract a greater variety of topics in connection to student achievement on the elementary level. By attracting a greater variety of articles and research on student achievement, it truly allows the reader to cultivate a more nuanced view of the varying factors which can have an impact on all of these things. Thus, because my research plans to look at the wide range of factors which can impact a student's ability to achieve, it really is ideal that I focus on the American Educational Research Journal. According to the periodical: "The American Educational Research Journal publishes original empirical and theoretical studies and analyses in education that constitute significant contributions to the understanding and/or improvement of educational processes and outcomes. The Social and Institutional Analysis section focuses on significant political, cultural, social, economic, and organizational issues in education, and the Teaching, Learning, and Human Development section explores the processes and outcomes of teaching, learning, and human development…
This journal also tends to have articles which allude to the necessity of strong relationships between students and teachers and how to better hone and cultivate those relationships.
Force Field Analysis The school’s State Report Card has provided significant insights regarding student achievement in my school. Following an analysis of data presented in the school’s State Report Card, reading is an area of instructional need in my classroom. I currently teach Business-related courses at Downingtown HS East Campus, which has experienced an overall high performance of students over the last few years. The Business-related courses that I teach are
Causes of Low Student Achievement Does the grading system accurately measure how well a student is learning? This question itself implies that the grading system used by many teachers cannot be fully accurate in assessing what a given student has learned. Psychology Professor James D. Allen (the School of Psychology at the College of Saint Rose in New York State) explains that while the grading system is supposed to "accurately" reflect a
Improving student achievement and parental involvement can be achieved by creating an action plan that incentivizes both groups, provides support for each, and promotes positive interactions. This action plan will describe how student achievement and parental involvement can be boosted in the school. To improve student achievement, the first step is to offer them incentives to want to be successful. Incentives could be as simple as this: Perfect attendance for the
Everywhere we look, individuals use body language and non-verbal signals. We've seen evidence of politicians and the media using signals to improve their veracity (or the contrary), but non-verbal clues have even been studied by anthropologists as a way to recognize subtleties of communication. In fact, anthropologist Ray Birdswhistell found that most humans can recognize over 250,000 facial expressions that impart meaning (Pease 2006, 10). Sources of Nonverbal Communication- Psychologists
Raising Student Achievement in a High Need School To me, the major issue that people consistently fail to adequately address when discussing raising achievement in a high need school is the generational impact of educational disparity. For many people, providing equal educational facilities and equal quality of education is the only remedy to solving educational disparity. However, that ignores the critical role that parents play in a child's education. This role
Service Providers on Special student Achievement Students all over the world face the problem of getting low grades in their educational career. There are various factors which play a significant role in student achievement. Certain entities which play a role in student achievement includes, but not limited to, ELL teachers, counselors, occupational therapists, speech therapists and physical therapists. For the purpose of this study, we have selected Sto-Lo Youth Healing