What makes our school and community unhealthy?
Poor-quality housing, limited public transportation, high crime rates, and other socially disrupted conditions reduce sense of community, access to health care, and the ability to manage chronic diseases properly. Children suffer the most damaging effects of these inequities.
How can students fight poverty?
How to Stop Poverty
- Create Awareness. Social media has become an integral part of daily life, and now is the time to use it as a voice of social good.
- Take Action on Your Own.
- Eliminate Gender Inequality.
- Create Jobs Worldwide.
- Increase Access to Proper Sanitation and Clean Water.
- Educate Everyone.
What are the causes of poor academic performance?
10 Causes of Poor Academic Performance in School – Most Students Never Admit #8
- Improper timetable: Any student without a proper timetable or workable timetable is planning to fail.
- Inadequate study time:
- Financial constraint:
- Lack of study materials:
- Broken home:
- Lack of trust in God:
How does poverty affect learners in the classroom?
Among such behaviors are: delay in language development, delay in reading development, aggression, violence, social withdrawal, substance abuse, irregular attendance, and depression. Teachers may have difficulty reaching a student’s parent or guardian.
How do you teach poor students?
Take a Step
- Share your skills in art/ dance/ theatre to bring arts into a child’s learning.
- Tutor or mentor a child once a week on Sundays.
- Conduct a student/teacher exchange between a high-income school and a low-income school.
- Pay for a counselor in a school, or a teacher for children with special needs.
What are the characteristics of a healthy school and community?
Here are five characteristics of an effective, healthy school culture:
- #1 Attention to culture is everywhere.
- #2 A nurturing environment with high expectations.
- #3 Engaged staff, engaged students.
- #4 A commitment to lifelong learning.
- #5 Holistic sense of responsibility.
What are academic problems?
Academic problem is a heading found in the DSM-IV that refers to a specific problem that an individual is having with learning. This can be a learning style difference, a learning disability, or a learning challenge that requires an intervention of some sort.
What are the common problems of students?
Problems May Include, But are Not Limited to:
- Disorganization/feeling overwhelmed.
- Eating right and staying healthy.
- Failing to manage money.
- Failing to network.
- Not resolving relationship issues.
- Poor grades/not studying or reading enough.
- Poor sleep habits.