Problems Faced by Students and Teachers in the Management of Overcrowded Classes in Pakistan
- Overerowded Schools. Vye, Ethan // 21st Century;Dec99, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p14
The article shares the author's views on the overcrowded schools in the U.S. He believes that though the school system does not find overcrowding as a serious problem, it has an adverse impact on the students' discipline and learning. Similar problems appear in his own school where the hallways,...
- Point: Year-Round Schooling Provides a Better Education. Eaton, Sarah Elaine // Canadian Points of View: Year-Round Schooling;2014, p2
The article provides an argument for year-round schooling. The author argues that year-round education (YRE) provides a solution to overcrowded schools, higher rates of student achievement, and lower rates of teacher burn out. The economic benefits of YRE, the impact of extended vacations on...
- Tertiary-Tier PBIS in Alternative, Residential and Correctional School Settings: Considering Intensity in the Delivery of Evidence-Based Practice. Scott, Terrance M.; Cooper, Justin // Education & Treatment of Children;Aug2013, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p101
Students in alternative, residential, and correctional settings present challenges in the classroom and facility due to the complexity and intensity of their behaviors. In addition, the factors typically associated with these settings including crowding inconsistency, and conflicting staff...
- Out of Line. CAMPBELL, JULIE EDE // Humanist;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p23
Describes the attitude and behavior of students and children. How teachers deal with students; Desire of teachers for order and control of the classroom and the behavior of their students; Learning styles of students.
- Studying students. Rosenblatt, Roger // Time International (South Pacific Edition);05/12/97, Issue 19, p76
Opinion. Offers observations on the author's students at Long Island University's Southampton College in New York. Their writing exercises; View that education is a setup for ridicule; Teachers' quest for inspirational material; How to get across that what is not practically useful is most useful.
- Round Rock Thinks Bonds. Watts, Jim // Bond Buyer;10/2/2012, Vol. 382 Issue 33790, p7
The article informs that the Round Rock Independent School District in Austin, Texas is planning to ask voters for 184 million U.S. dollars to ease overcrowding.
- A study of teachers' and students' multi-cultural attitudes before and after the use of an... Sardo-Brown, Deborah; Hershey, Myrliss // Journal of Instructional Psychology;Sep95, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p259
Presents a study of teachers' and students' multi-cultural attitudes before and after the use of an integrated multi-cultural lesson plan. Training of intermediate level teachers on how to develop and implement integrated multi-cultural lesson plan; Assessment of attitudes.
- The teacher and student attitudes toward physical education. Aicinena, Steven // Physical Educator;Late Winter91, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p28
Presents a summary of the research conducted upon student attitudes toward physical education. Thorough review of 84 papers which dealt with attitudes toward physical education; Factors associated with the organization and conduction of class which have been correlated with student attitude...
- WHAT DO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS VALUE? Bazemore, Judith S. // Education;Spring79, Vol. 99 Issue 3, p240
In order to plan effective programs for high school students, teachers need to be aware of two things: 1) what the students value and 2) how those values may be similar to or different from their own values. Comparison of spontaneously generated lists of student and teacher values indicates a...