Month: March 2018

Student Walk Outs and Protests over Gun Control

Student Walk Outs and Protests over Gun Control On Wednesday, March 14 at 10:00am central time, twenty to forty students from my middle school’s six hundred student body participated in a walk out. My school’s administration allowed the walk out to happen and a teacher supervised the students. The walk did not cause disruptions to the school or any adjacent businesses or government buildings. I asked a student how seriously he thought the group was …

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Student Creation

A common complaint among teachers and parents is the lack of student motivation. From the student perspective, they must focus on up to seven courses worth of material five days a week and complete homework afterwards. As many researchers and educators have discovered long before now, people, not just young students, are incapable of listening and memorizing for extended periods of time. Although teachers know this, students still have huge chunks of their day in …

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