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Transcript

Changes in American Society Fact Sheet

As educators, we need to know that the lvivng situation for each student is different

Changes in American families

Socioeconomic factors

"it takes a village"

iMPORTANT CONCEPTS

Changes within students happen throughout the years and this may come as another challenge for our educators

Students begin to learn about the real world once they are in a classroom

With the help of parents and others in the community, we can aid in student success

Key words mentioned throughout the chapter that are important to the concept as a whole

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Chapter 2

CHANGES IN STUDENTS

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  • sexual harassment
  • socioeconomic status (SES)
  • summer learning loss underclass
  • working-class zero-tolerance policies
  • bullying/cyberbullying
  • resilient students
  • poverty threshold

KEY WORDS

CHARACTERISTICS OF DIFFERENT SOCIOECONOMIC CLASSES

Most Common Changes in Students

Sexuality

Alcohol & Drugs

OBESITY

CRIME & VIOLENCE

Teen pregnancies, STDs, and sexual harassment

Alcohol and drugs can affect healthy development and expose students to other risk factors

obesity is increasing and puts students at risk for other medical problems

bullying, cyberbullying, and child abuse threaten healthy student development

  • Full-service school: these family resource centers provide medical care, employment and housing assistance, meantal health counseling, parent education and so much more

community-Based approach to Working with children at risk

  • Effective Instruction & Support: provide enough instructional support and have active learning strategies for their students

  • Effective Schools for Students at Risk: they focus on personal responsibility, cooperation and mututal respect between educators and their students

As a teacher we need to understand that family patterns have chnaged. In simple words, not every student may have their parents as their guardian, have a two parent household or siblings. We must careful with our word choice. For instance, the example given is that instead of using the word "parent" you can substitute it with another word or phrase so the student does not feel as if they are being excluded.

Different Family Patterns