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Why do learners fail

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Why do learners fail

  1. 1. ELP PRESENTATION The Legends 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 1
  2. 2. Why do learners fail 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 2
  3. 3. Lack of Motivation • A learner who does not realize why they need to succeed, will not succeed. Bad Teachers • No one ever wants to say that this is a factor. While teachers should be respected, they should also be challenged to meet the needs of every learner in the classroom. Tenure can create lazy teaching. 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 3
  4. 4. Peer Relationships • Choosing friends that fill a void tends to lead to either very good or very bad behavior. A parent needs to monitor their child’s friends all the way through high school. Just because they are older doesn’t mean they don’t need parental guidance in choosing what they do and who they hang out with. 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 4
  5. 5. Not Asking Questions • learners who fail are those who are not ready to say that they need help. By asking questions learners ensure their own success and that their education meets their individual needs 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 5
  6. 6. School Culture • A school with low expectations will create learners who will meet them. learners who are taught to not care and are ready to accept failure are much more likely to fail high school and/or not apply to college. 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 6
  7. 7. Attendance • If you are not at school, you cannot learn. Parents who enable their learners by letting them take days off of school are supporting and teaching their learners that irresponsibility and failure is acceptable. 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 7
  8. 8. Parent Involvement • If parents are aware of the school and teacher expectations, and can enforce solid work habits at home, the learner will be successful. Without parent support learners have a much harder route to success. 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 8
  9. 9. Organization • A messy backpack, no assignment log, and no agenda of daily activities are signs that learners are not active in their education. Organization is a life skill. Without it learners are being set up to fail. 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 9
  10. 10. Feeling Helpless • Support systems are key to success. The learner needs to have a strong adult who they trust to guide them through their education. If they do not have this, the feeling of helplessness can cause a learner to give up. Learner need to be empowered to be in control of their education. 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 10
  11. 11. Too Far Behind • Many learners who have a bad school experience at one grade level end up like swiss cheese. They have educational holes that need to be filled. If this is not recognized early the learner will fall even further behind to the point that failure is inevitable. 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 11
  12. 12. CONCLUSION TO AVOID FAILURE IN SCHOOLS: Teachers and learners should work together and respect each other for effective learning to take place. Parents should motivate their children to study smart for a better living. Learners should be responsible for their own learning…. 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 12
  13. 13. Reference Thank you, see you later. 2016-10-19 by Imms Nostra (Southern Campus) +264 13