2 edition of Vandalism and indiscipline in schools found in the catalog.
Vandalism and indiscipline in schools
Association of Northern Ireland Education and Library Boards.
|LC Classifications||LB3249 .A87 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 9, 15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||79308160|
Earlier on, the school head Ms Tiroyaone Moseki appraised the area MP that indiscipline in school had been a headache, adding that the Form Three boys were at the helm of the problem. She said a high numbers of male pupils deserted school while some were involved in unacceptable behaviour such as vandalism of storerooms. Set Expectations Early. Set expectations early in the year. The old adage that a good teacher does not smile until after Christmas may or may not be true, but it is easier to lighten your leadership style as the year goes on rather than get stricter after being it is too late to start the year off with a firm hand, you can always make a new start – with either a new calendar year.
discipline to reign in school. Indiscipline on the other hand is any act that diverges from the acceptable societal norms and values (Ngwokabuenui, ). According to Sarumi and Okoji (), indiscipline, to a novice is the opposite of discipline, but in a comprehensive form, indiscipline refers to improper. School violence is a concern for many new and veteran teachers as marked by the increasing number of shootings by students on school property. What have we learned from some of these tragic events? There are some commonalities. Investigations on the Columbine () massacre revealed that students knew something about the plans. Documents from the Sandy Hook () .
Denga () in his study identified indiscipline problems such as stealing, truancy, sexual offence, vandalism and cheating as destructive practices. In many urban and rural areas of Nigeria, the percentage of students who drop out of school is much higher. Benjamin Yao Anyrator writes his usual long essay The West African Senior School Certification Examinations (WASSCE) has begun and its initial days have been greeted with students 39; agitations, riots, vandalising of school properties, threats of boycotting the papers, insulting public figures out of what I would describe as lack of moral conscience.
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Some of the students in other schools attacked their invigilators and others vandalized school properties. After the incident, GES issued a statement dismissing 14 students in.
The book of Proverbs in the Bible advocates the use of a rod, i.e. corporal punishment, to save children’s souls from death. Therefore, teachers began administering corporal punishment for acts of wrong doing by their charges (Conte, ).
Indiscipline in schools, and consequently, school strikes, destroy the teaching- learning Author: Melisa Santos. An educationist Kwami Alorvi has outlined 7 Reasons for the indiscipline and vandalism by WASSCE candidates.
An educationist Kwami Alorvi has outlined 7 Reasons for the indiscipline and vandalism by WASSCE candidates. Also, read his introductory remarks Chaos and vandalism by Free SHS students in ongoing WASSCE, a feeling of entitlement.
Indiscipline in schools is the violation of school rules; it is the complete opposite of discipline and it is necessary to stress that indiscipline is not welcomed in any school.
Indiscipline in schools can be observed in different ways, including inside the. Some of the students in other schools attacked their invigilators and others vandalized school properties. After the incident, GES issued a statement dismissing 14 students in connection with the acts of indiscipline and vandalism recorded in some schools in the ongoing West African Senior High School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
Vandalism is not only occurred in the general public but also often arises in the context of education and in the school environment . This is an irony in the sense that the school is the place. have attributed poor performance of students in academic to high level of indiscipline among students while others disagreed.
Nevertheless, it becomes imperative in recent times that many schools have traded away discipline and as a result led to poor academic performance of students. In developing nations, indiscipline has been a major and continuous administrative problem among secondary schools in developing countries.
Denga () in his study identified indiscipline problems such as stealing, truancy, sexual offence, vandalism and cheating as destructive practices. School discipline addresses schoolwide, classroom, and individual student needs through broad prevention, targeted intervention, and development of self-discipline.
fighting, and vandalism. Youngsters were given smacks and slaps for a range of misdemeanours including biting, an attack on a girl’s neck, 'continual disruptive behaviour' and 'repeated acts of vandalism and indiscipline. Vandalism. Causes of indiscipline outside of school Dysfunctional and broken families Sometimes the reason why students show negative attitudes and indiscipline in class is because they are experiencing physical, verbal or emotional abuse from parents, who are addicted drugs, have poor communication patterns between the family members or have.
The forms of vandalism includes damage to furniture, switches, sockets, doors and lockers and this can be caused by peer influence, inadequate supervision and students indiscipline leading to decrease in teachers and students morale and performance because of shortage of resources and damaged infrastructure leading to an unpleasant environment.
School indiscipline has been, over time, an issue of concern for educators and we can even state that it has become a huge concern among educators, policy-makers and the public opinion in general, owing to the outbreak of aggressiveness among peers, violence within teacher-student relationship and vandalism, as well.
necessary for effective school management and accomplishment of its goals (Nakpodi, ). Lack of discipline is called indiscipline. Therefore, indiscipline can be seen as any action considered to be wrong and not generally accepted as proper in a set up or society (Omote, Thinguri, & Moenga, ).
Among students, according to Ali. I must indicate from the outset that I condemn in no uncertain terms these acts of indiscipline culminating in disrespect for authority and rules, insults, hooliganism and vandalism in schools.
But today, acts of indiscipline: riot, vandalism, lawlessness and the break down of law and order has become a way of life of our present school system. What then could be responsible for these acts of indiscipline in our school system.
Identification of these factors is urgent if Nigeria is to achieve her goals in the committee of nations. School discipline relates to the actions taken by a teacher or the school organization towards a student (or group of students) when the student's behavior disrupts the ongoing educational activity or breaks a rule created by the school.
Discipline can guide the children's behaviour or set limits to help them learn to take better care of themselves, other people and the world around them. Other effects of school violence include vandalism and loss of property – especially school facilities, moral decadence, poor human capital development, increase in crime rate, erosion of cultural values and a bad reputation for schools as well as societies.
Implement Additional Effective Schoolwide Policies. Discipline in schools can evoke the image of administrators stopping fights before they begin or dealing with hostile students in a classroom r, effective discipline begins with the implementation of schoolwide housekeeping policies that all teachers must follow.
For example, if a school implements a tardy policy that all. The greatest cause of the indiscipline among students is our defective educational system, where too much stress is given only on the completion of the text-books within allotted time.
As teachers are under pressure of completion of the text- books they just stop to give moral education to their students. School indiscipline has been, over time, an issue of concern for educators owing to the outbreak of aggressiveness among peers, violence within teacher-student relationship and vandalism, as well.
Indiscipline is a multifaceted phenomenon, regarding its displays and causes, as well as its “meanings” and “functions” in the social.
Secondary schools suspend or expel two million students each year, mostly for non-violent offenses such as disruption, disrespect, tardiness and dress code violations. Research shows that getting suspended or expelled increases students’ risk for falling into unproductive behavior, affecting their social-emotional development, academic performance, and life trajectories.Indiscipline among pupils may manifest in stealing, fighting, staying away from school, defiance of authority, vandalism, shop lifting and refusal to go to school.
There are expression of defiance and resentment which disrupts normal school progress.