The debate "The advanced students should not be separated from the average students" was started by
January 22, 2016, 10:51 am.
16 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 29 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
reece posted 1 argument, aliot posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
ReadyToBegin posted 2 arguments, Tania posted 1 argument, danielle posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
reece, UmarlicouS, aliot, akdavid and 12 visitors agree.
ReadyToBegin, darthsnoke, aftermath, mandala, Tania, danielle, TheControversy, Raydiff3r, llemponen, openparachute, Austin7779 and 18 visitors disagree.
I think it's a good idea to separate them. firstly the advances students should be reaching their full capability and learning things that would not be boring to them. they also need to not be learning to easy of things. both levels should be challenged on their own levels of difficulty. the general students should learn general things because they do not know advanced things and they need to learn to be capable of doing more difficult equations.
hmmm average students?...In the first place I dont think there should be a general one. everyone is special. yes, there are lazy ones, and some spends more time in studying. ones that might not excel in maths but in arts, one that excels in science but not in sports. or probly distracted, not in the right path/subjects/courses/still finding what I want to do in my life or hope my crush will notice me
I think it is a good idea to separate them. keeping them separate allows those less advanced to students to be given the precise help and attention they need and still let's the advanced students progress at their pace with out being held back by the less advanced students
Putting advanced students with average with average students is not a good idea because they are at different academic stages. Advanced students will be disadvantaged because they would have to move at the same pace as average students. While if there are in different classes they can move and work at their own paces.
Alright then we are on the same page. I disagree. That doesnot benefit anyone on an educational perspective. It is hard to target weaknesses and strengths of students when they all need different attention for aid in learning. There needs to be a separation.
That said, I believe it is possible for all groups to have equal treatment and good environments.
Advanced as in the higher learning students..students that take the college course classes..and average students as in students that take the necessary classes needed to pass
What do you mean by that? Do you mean subgroups? I am currently studying and have written a paper on education reform. Specifically The recently passed Every Student Succeeds Act. I took polls from a school and all of the administration, students, and teachers agree that separation is for the best. That is if you mean into subgroups like advanced, general, comprehensive, etc. It helps them learn better and helps teachers teach better.
comment if you mean on a larger scale like say separate schools or programs or something like that.
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