A reader asked me a question about student stress, referring to it as hitting “a wall” in learning. The person said: “On the surface, and without the benefit of knowing the author’s definition of this ‘wall,’ would you agree with this situation, especially regarding high school students today?”
Here is how I responded about student stress and “the wall”:
Yes. I have witnessed this from my experiences as a high school teacher, high school counselor, high school assistant principal, and high school principal.
As youngsters move up to higher grades, less emphasis is placed on learning skills and collaboration and more is placed on competition. We can see this in how teachers ask questions and the emphasis on grades. For … >>>READ MORE >>> →