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Students who are late to school miss out on important announcements and activities. By the mere nature of arriving late and missing school hours, students receive fewer hours of instruction than students who are in class when the bell sounds.
But not only does a student who is consistently arriving late to school establish bad punctuality habits, their tardiness also disrupts the learning of other students in their classes.
The researchers found that students who are frequently late to school often miss out on important opening announcements and academic activities. Arriving late to school can also mean that students miss out on activities designed to build connections with their peers, potentially impacting their social interactions and creating a greater sense of alienation from their classmates.
Punishment or positive reinforcement? So, how can teachers tackle the issue? The report suggests it is generally not helpful for teachers to punish late students once they get to class, because it could potentially aggravate the situation.
Instead, the authors suggest using praise as a specific positive reinforcement strategy, as it has proved to be effective for addressing problem behaviour. When implementing this strategy, the authors point out that there are several things to consider. Firstly, they suggest using recent school data to identify which students show a consistent pattern of being late.
A schoolwide plan At a secondary school level, chronic tardiness can significantly reduce the minutes of instruction for all students enrolled in the class, not just the tardy student. The research suggests that a system-level intervention is required to combat student tardiness, to ensure guidelines are current and consequences for tardy behaviour is implemented and effective.
The report recommends a preventative schoolwide plan include the following: The impact on other students In his academic paper — The achievement effects of tardy classmates: Gottfried acknowledges that if teachers respond to the educational needs of late students by reallocating regular class time, then other students are adversely affected and classroom instruction is slowed by this disruption.
Decreasing tardiness in elementary school students using teacher-written praise notes. Intervention in School and Clinic, The achievement effects of tardy classmates: Evidence in urban elementary schools.
School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 25 1 Schoolwide intervention to reduce chronic tardiness at the middle and high school levels.
Preventing School Failure, 55 3 As a school leader, do you have a schoolwide plan in place to tackle the issue? How have you communicated this to staff, students and parents? As a teacher, consider your own behaviour when a student arrives late to class: How do you ensure that on-time students are not adversely affected by this disruption?The study will be conducted within the class of Fourth Year – Phoenix students.
This group of student belongs to Basic Education Curriculum Program of Kidapawan City National High School and considered as outstanding students of the Fourth year level. Prevention of tardiness among the high school students of Manresa School.
Objectives of the Study At the end of the study, the group is expected to 1. To find out why the high school students of Manresa school are tardy. 2. To prove that it is possible for the students . The significance of studying tardiness and absenteeism in the work force is that a high number in either category could result in workers getting hurt on the job.
The study of dehydration technology and craft fabrication can be a learning paradigm in the secondary level and vocational schools to enhance the students’ knowledge and entrepreneurial skills as well. In this study, the research team studied the effects of student’s attendance on academic performance; with the major objective of the study is to investigate the relationship between student attendance and academic performance and to examine factors that affect student.
Significance of the Study 4 Scope and Delimitaion of the Study 5 Definition of terms 5 Title Page Chapter II Body 7 a. Tardiness 7 b.
Breakdown of probable causes 8 c.