Ideal HS

Ideal HS - Ideal School The climate of an ideal high school...

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Ideal School The climate of an ideal high school is that it is safe, inviting, caring, and it promotes a sense of community and encourages learning. A great high school focus’s on the intellectual, social, emotional, moral, and physical developmental needs of adolescents. Within a their four years, adolescents are going to undergo many physical growths, changes in moral reasoning, the onset of abstract thinking, and introduction to a ranges of social pressures, including sex, drugs, and violence. They will be challenged with their developmental of forming a personal identity, acquiring social skills, and developing their own values. A great high school will have appropriate programs, policies, and practices that help their development in positive ways. The Ideal high school should have classrooms that are designed to meet the needs of the students. The curriculum for the school would be try to focus more with the needs of the students, and that is why each student would be tested to see how they learn. I think many students would agree that hands on learning and being involved in projects is one of the best
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2010 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Sullivan during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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