Disciplinary Problems Among Students Essays and Term Papers

  • Stress Level and Influencing Factors

    STRESS LEVEL AND ITS INFLUENCING FACTORS AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN JOHOR, MELAKA, NEGERI SEMBILAN AND SELANGOR. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Azizi Hj. Yahaya Nik Diana Hartika binti Nik Husain Faculty of Education University Technology Malaysia Skudai Johor ABSTRACT: The purpose of this study is to...

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  • None

    of the Problem a. Ressearch Topic The topic is how to discipline students. The authors state, “student responses to teachers’ disciplinary techniques can be unpredictable and require quick reactions on the part of the teacher.” This sets the context for the more specific research problem. b. ...

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  • Case Study

    Class: It's Efficiency Among Second Year Students of Puerto Galeranational High School A Study of Classroom Disciplinary Problems In Puerto Galera National High School Fourth year Lower Section The Problem INTRODUCTION The concept of discipline or of disciplinary procedures as a characteristic...

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  • Rise of Disciplinary Problems

    The rise of disciplinary problems among students in SMK Jalan Bunga To : The Principal of SMK Jalan Bunga, Sg. Panjang From : Mohd Badrul Akram bin Sazali (Head Prefect) Subject : Rise of Disciplinary problems Date : 12 October 2012 Recently, there has been a drastic rise in disciplinary...

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  • Social Problems

    SOCIAL PROBLEMS AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS Do you know that the numbers of students involved in social problems increasing as reported by Ministry of Higher Education? Social problems among college students are the most biggest problem to our government. It cause many bad effect to other teenagers too...

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  • Integrated Curriculum

    experiences. There I have defined three approaches to integration a) Multidisciplinary Integration b) Interdisciplinary Integration c) Tran disciplinary Integration a) Multidisciplinary Integration: Multidisciplinary approaches focus primarily on the disciplines. Teachers who use this approach...

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  • Coporal Punishment

    development of students. It’s known as their second home and one of the safest places for them to gain knowledge and wisdom thru their educational practises. However, for years, schools around the world have being practising corporal punishments as a tool for providing education discipline among students. Only...

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  • Truancy

    truancy problem is a phenomenon among primary and secondary school students. According to Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong, reported in The News Strait Times article entitled “Study on truancy - Education Ministry” dated January, 17 2012, "A total of 110,218 students were involved in disciplinary problems. Of that...

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  • The Effect of Course Selection and Course Experience on Students’ Learning Style Preference

    The Effect of Course Selection and Course Experience on Students’ Learning Style Preference Jamaliah Said Universiti Teknologi MARA Malaysia Erlane K Ghani Corresponding Author Faculty of Accountancy/ Accounting Research Institute Universiti Teknologi MARA Malaysia E-mail: erlanekg@yahoo.com ...

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  • African Americans Are at an Increased Risk for Undergoing Some Disciplinary Action Within the Legal System Than Any Other Group in the United States

    Americans are at an increased risk for undergoing some disciplinary action within the legal system than any other group in the United States. ( One of the primary phenomenon that indicate the high risk of experiencing disciplinary practices among African American minority groups in the country is their...

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  • In Schol Suspension

    Literature Review Teachers have struggled with behavior problems since the days of one room schools (Morris & Howard, 2003). Educators have traditionally tried to stop students from allowing them to disrupt in order to get a vacation; however, some students do not deserve to be in school after they have intentionally...

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  • Student

    private schools has been a debate that has been going on for many years. Many parents and students battle over, which option of education is better: public or private. Public schools are available to more students because of the cost of receiving an education is relatively cheap, but are many downfalls...

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  • Curriculum Integration

    Curriculum integration has been identified among the most revolutionary pedagogical strategies in the interdisciplinary approach to education. Julie Thompson Klein (2006) explained that in curriculum integration, “Disciplinary and subject boundaries are blurred and connections magnified…Integration becomes...

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  • Managing and Handling Indiscipline in Schools.

    GERLINDES, in Portuguese) is set out with the assumption that there is a link among the representations and the actions within the members of the interstitial groups of schools, the practices in action and social and disciplinary environment at schools. This research project is focused on eight case studies...

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  • Poem

    1. (a) Discuss how student’s problems in primary/secondary schools are different to than they were 10 years ago. Nowadays students are quite different from the past 10 years. They were more self esteem and would like to be more independent as they think they are quite mature even though they aren’t...

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  • The Benefits of Single-Sex Classes

    single-sex classes. It provides not only academic benefits for student’s studies but also more choices of academic sectors for students and parents. First of all, students have more time to focus on their studies. In same-sex classrooms, boys will not flirt with girls instead of focusing on the lessons...

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  • Khat

    Street Bloomington, Indiana 47401 (812) 855-4438 (main phone) (812) 856-5890 (fax) Discipline and Achievement 2 Abstract Consistent with the disciplinary philosophy of zero tolerance, use of exclusionary discipline is contingent upon a belief that removing certain children from school is necessary...

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  • Online Monitoring System for Student Affairs

    is the Department of Student Affairs and Development (DSA). The DSA is one of the well-known offices in Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig and was established in the year 2000. The department is responsible for the implementation of the disciplinary measures of the students, student monitoring and the University...

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  • The Reform of Schools

    is a need to make universally accepted rules in the school system. For students to be more disciplined, the government needs to achieve new province wide standards. If the new school standards will not discipline the students, and if each school entails its guidelines, then the government’s province...

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  • R&D Discipline

    Abstract Background The indiscipline problem in schools is ranked as a major problem among students of primary and secondary schools in Malaysia. Disruptive behavior is a concern to schools and parents and to fellow pupils, whose education may be adversely affected. Objective: The objectives...

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