Educators may require students to write in their planners, and offer a participation grade for the active use of one. Behavioral When I taught K- 12 grade students, I would begin the first week by setting expectations for our class together.
It was at this time that I could learn what was most important to my students, and give them a voice and ownership over our learning environment.
Thus, a 6th grade student should be able to read for 30 minutes daily.
Another plausible academic expectation is that students will have a planner, or something to keep track of homework assignments and tasks.
Parents want to know about these expectations, too.
For that reason, I never sent a syllabus home on day 1.
For example, educators have academic, behavioral, socio- emotional and sometimes, physical expectations of their students.
For a student, the expectations can be markedly different.
As another fellow graduating senior, here’s what these past four years of high school have taught me.
Hopefully you can relate to some of these or be reminded of something else that’ll cause a smile or grimace to cross your face. But if you really take those seven words to heart, they can really change your perspective on high school (or whatever stage of education you’re in).