High School vs. College
“Change is the end result of all true learning.”- Leo Buscaglia
High School and College both give the benefit of having students learn in a classroom. In high school and college, the main objective is to learn and become more knowledgeable. Both institutions prepare students for a career in the future. Even though they have their similarities they also have some differences. Some of these differences include different teachers, the costs, and the different learning experiences they both establish. The students will then realize how big the transition is from high school to college. Teachers in high school and college are similar to one another because they all have a passion for teaching, they are determined and will teach students what needs to be taught. However, they do have their differences. Dr. Drew Appleby states in the article “The Differences Between High School And College”, that “Teachers check your complete homework. Teachers remind you of your incomplete work” (2013). In high school, teachers seem to look out for their students. They will check a student’s homework and remind them of upcoming due dates. They are usually available before, during, and after class if there are any questions. While they are teaching they will write info on the board, and draw connections to the material that would lead students into a thinking process. When not in the classroom teachers also get involved with school activities such as being advisors for school clubs and events. Some teachers will also coach the high school sport teams. As for college, Professors assume a student’s homework is complete. Dr. Drew Appleby states in the article “The Differences Between High School And College”, “Professors may not always check completed homework, but they will assume you can perform the same tasks on test” (2013). Students are expected to know when upcoming assignments are due by using the syllabus they received on the first day...
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