But love to get things from their parents?. People pointed out that there are two major reasons, the lack of motivation and family poverty. For me, students need to set goals and put more efforts to achieve these educational goals. Survival of the most fit. Paying your kids to do what they should be doing anyway — working hard in school and paying attention —creates the perfect environment for entitlement.
The truth is that paying for grades hurts more than it helps. This isn't just a matter of culture as others mention on this thread , this could have long-term effects that are completely unpredictable. As an adult, are you happy and gung-ho about every single thing you have to do? In addition, students should get paid for good grades, because they can save up thier money for whatever they wish to buy. Do you have students in your school who misbehave? In society, adults get paid with money for a job well done. The paper I'm thinking of first observed that children in a class had lots of fun painting for no reason. This is the same thing people. Celebrate their good grades by giving them that special food item.
Nevertheless, when kids grow up, they will not be satisfied with childish motivations. My wife has been teaching for 2 decades now and has seen every half-baked trend come and go as administrators bounce from one artificial one-size-fits-all solution to another. Kids learn both their curriculum and that working hard provides tangible returns. It would benefit everyone greatly to have students be paid for such efforts. To be fair, it is a very applicable life skill to large corporation life, and we all have to do it from time to time.
Therefore, they should be compensated for positive results just as they are at their jobs. After meeting in groups, when the worker or student works on their own, that's when the remarkable ideas were created. It gets them ready to go into the working world. At the very least, it can only help. You completely ignore the reality that many supposedly dumb kids are potential smart kids with no motivation to improve, because everyone around them tells them they are hopelessly dumb, and all their dumb friends think it's cool to be dumb. Sometimes parents think of kids school work as their job.
Kids Should Get Paid for Good Grades Back in the day, kids were required to get good marks in their school. Good grades are a reward in and of themselves. Public schools used to mostly be like this, back before the era of entitlements and self-worth just for breathing. I've known kids who in 4th or 5th grade, having come from working-class homes, decided that they wanted to continue the blue-collar tradition. You might even consider an educational toy. Especially if you're in one of those demographics that's discriminated against or completely excluded at scholarship time. Successful actors and actresses study a great deal to learn their art, most have studied ballet, dance, singing, and countless other skills they can add to their resume.
Or can there be other ways to reward the students. Today, an A+ report card can also bring money to students. After all, I get paid for the work I do. While these programs are offered at different school levels, all were designed by Dr. Pushing hard to ace the trig exam is worth it.
But please do not bring in his libertarian wank dreams into a discussion about what is real literature. Fully agreed, but until adults change the world so that it's not all about being paid, it's a bit unfair to teach them anything else. If we pay students there will also be internal conflict at school if money was being handed out. Should students be paid for having good grades? Money not only kill talents, but also kill the future of many bright children. Societies get what they reward. There's been one thing that's been consistent through it all, and one thing only: loudmouth parents who won't shut up and let schools teach. Children will also learn responsibility and the value of money; rather than just begging Mom and Dad for all the toys and video games they want, they will work harder and save up for their next purchase.
Studies have shown that paying students for grades can provide hope for under-privileged children and minorities. Inner-city kids must also resist the lure of gangs or committing crimes to make money. When I first started home schooling my son, I went into a 'home school store' where they were giving a little seminar on how to legally home school. In addition, children will lose sight of what is important in life. By doling out rewards for doing homework and good grades, parents take the focus away from skills like hard work, perseverance and planning—not to mention a love of learning—in favor of putting it on the final grade. Encourage her to keep trying, and remind her that persistence will pay off in the long run. College athletes should get paid because they take time out their busy schedule to play a sport so they can get recognized.
For kids who have trouble getting organized and grasping new concepts, paying them for the end result won't have much effect on their overall grades, notes personal finance journalist Beth Kobliner in the Huffington Post. Students get motivated to get higher grades and it makes them feel good. Standardized tests can also teachers and school officials monetary rewards. The students will feel that their effort is worthy when they are remunerated. He will believe that any good results need to be rewarded and will always expect something in return. Should students be paid for getting good grades? Because throwing money at a problem doesn't automatically solve it.
I wonder if this would help keep kids on the books and off the pipe or off the corner selling dope. A large amount of students indicate school bores them or distracted by unpredictable family issue. But having excellent grades certainly tips the scales in their favor. For example, there are some schools in Washington D. First off, much of the time spent in school isn't spent socializ I can honestly say that, at a minimum, 95% of what I learned in school was worthless. Researching this, we've found that studies show that children that are home school are statistically better socialized. Behavior is the third reason why kids should get paid.