m88 that’s fine. They’ve got a fun team with a young and exciting core group, and they’ve got a crazy manager. They play delightful football. Everyone’s hate for them is unfounded and stupid, but you should also not choose to support them unless you’re a massive troll.
If you’re in Canada, Sportsnet has the rights, while BT Sport has it in the U.K.
If you hate defense, this league is for you
Is the “pragmatic” defensive approach of many Premier League teams putting you to sleep? The Bundesliga might be the place for you. They also probably won’t stick around long.
Werder Bremen: Their recent history is actually pretty great, but they’ve fallen off a cliff recently. He does magical, jaw-dropping things every game, like this.
Champions: Bayern Munich
Hamburg: A risky but potentially inspired long play. Learn from our mistakes, ignore or simply reply “OK,” and move on with your life.
Bayern wrecking everyone is fine
The first thing most critics say when they try to play down the quality of the Bundesliga is “Bayern always win it, how can that be interesting?” It’s definitely a fair point and an understandable complaint, because in most cases a single dominant team is pretty dull — but in this case, it actually works out just fine for the Bundesliga.
Darmstadt: Newly promoted team who has spent huge chunks of their history in the fourth and fifth divisions. They might be a good team to pull for if you like reclamation projects, but be ready for some pain in the short term.
We have an alternative — a league where everyone is pretty good, teams rarely play negatively and the press doesn’t search high and low for excuses to trash people. Here’s what this monstrosity looks like once they’ve established possession.
Eintracht Frankfurt: If you’re extra-glory hunter averse but don’t want your club to get relegated this year and want to go see a game, this is your team! You can get a direct flight to Frankfurt from basically anywhere in the world. It’s a sensible 3-4-3 with actual defenders, midfielders and wingbacks without the ball, but they either have the ball, are in a transition phase or in a dead ball situation for like 85 percent of games, so it’s rare that they actually look like their listed formation. If you like unpredictability, this might be the team for you.
Bonus — Kevin De Bruyne: He might get transferred to one of the Manchester clubs before the deadline, but if he doesn’t, you should watch every Wolfsburg match just for him. Bas Dost, Andre Schrrle, Luiz Gustavo and company are ready to bring the noise to the Bundesliga once more. They never get handed the title, of course –they earned every bit of their success through constant innovation — but that doesn’t help anyone feel better. Same with Barcelona or Juventus. Plus, they’re in a city a normal person would feasibly want to visit and they’re in a big enough market that they could get really good someday. Bad idea.. There will be lots of games on Fox Sports 2, about one per week on Fox Sports 1, plus more onFox Soccer 2 Go andFox Sports Go. It feels good to be a fan of a team that wins things. The two really strange things here are Alaba sprinting forward from his central defense spot to become a (usually attacking) midfielder and the unbalanced, left-leaning alignment. When Chelsea loses, no one cares but Chelsea fans and whoever beat them. It’s moved off GolTV and onto Fox Sports platforms. And you think to yourself, “maybe I’ll support Schalke/Leverkusen.” But you should not do that, because they will break your heart into pieces every single season, without fail, until the end of eternity.
Bayer Leverkusen: Don’t do it.
You’ll see fairly normal back three and four setups from Bayern this season, but a lot of this unbalanced 3-4-3 jumble. Having said that, they have a badass stadium, fun players and compete for trophies without being the “front-runners.” A perfectly sensible choice.
Stuttgart: It wasn’t that long ago that Stuttgart were good. He was voted the best player in the Bundesliga last season after racking up 10 goals and 20 (!!!) assists. Now 26, Reus is entering what should be the prime of his career. The original Illuminati was founded there, so, again, a club that you should only support if you’re a troll.
Champions League playoffs: Borussia Mnchengladbach
Hoffenheim: A totally made-up team that lots of people hate. AmericanAron Jhannsson plays here, but no defenders do. Bayer have the nickname “Neverkusen” because of their 2001-02 season, when they finished runners-up in all three competitions, and second in the Bundesliga for the fourth time in five seasons.
Bayern Munich: Okay, so you’re a glory hunter. The town they play in has 3,000 people and the nearest big town only has 35,000. Watching Bayer sober is like watching any other team on amphetamines. Only two teams failed to average at least a goal per game in Germany’s top division last season, with two above two goals per game and three more at at least a goal and a half per game. If winning immediately is not important to you, this is a solid choice.
Kln: Great city, great logo, nice stadium, huge potential. But if he can reach pre-injury levels and dominate from the wing, Schalke can get themselves back into the Champions League. But this is the fairest representation of a starting XI we have right now. They have a recent history of mismanagement and could get themselves relegated, but they’re a slightly less embarrassing team to follow than Hamburg.
Wolfsburg: They were a thrilling side a year ago, going on an incredible run that included a titanic victory over Bayern to start the second half of the season. FOX is also going to carry the season openeron their YouTube channel, something that’s hopefully not just a one-off occurrence.
Augsburg: A pretty solid, well-run club in a perfectly nice place that’s a short train ride away from Munich. Only pick Werder if your idea of fun is 5-4 losses.
Despite being two of the biggest clubs in the league, Schalke and Leverkusen have never won the Bundesliga. They were great last season, finishing fifth, but it’s hard to envision them making the Champions League. Due to Franck Ribery’s fitness troubles and the fact that Alaba, Philipp Lahm, Javi Martinez, Arjen Robben and Thomas Mller have played multiple positions in this same formation (Mller’s played four, Alaba and Lahm three each), you never really know what you’re going to get. He’s constantly involved in their attack, having a hand in many of their goals and using his near-bottomless energy to disrupt defenses and demand attention to create space and openings for his teammates.
Mainz: They’ve been a yo-yo in the Bundesliga standings for the last year, bouncing between just under the top four and just over the relegation zone. What matters is that the vast majority of these teams don’t give a rip about pragmatism or being defensive stalwarts or any of that. This will probably never happen, but it’s not impossible.
Timo Werner: Stuttgart have recently been a strange, talent-sucking black hole of awfulness. They also have American international Timothy Chandler, and their games are pretty high-scoring.
Julian Draxler: Once Schalke’s biggest star, Draxler’s stock has dropped thanks to injuries and the rise of Max Meyer. Schalke have the best group of Under-23 talent in the league and they’re going to give all of their kids major playing time this season. Borussia Mnchengladbach: They’re in the Champions League. So if you are only interested in watching a soccer league because of the title race, the Bundesliga might not be for you. 10 or you may miss something amazing.
Just getting into the Bundesliga? You’ve made a very good choice. You look at their squads and think, hey, I’ve heard of some of those players, they’re pretty good! You watch some highlights and see how fun they are. You just have to develop thick skin over people calling you a glory hunter, which is what you are.
Hannover: USMNT legend Steve Cherundolo captained them, they have some solid Germany Under-21 players andJapanese attacking midfielder Hiroshi Kiyotake is really fun. HSV are the Bundesliga’s resident tire fire and might get themselves relegated due to their awful internal politics, but if they ever end up run by someone who knows what they’re doing, they’re going to challenge for trophies and firmly establish themselves as the second-best team in Germany. Outside of the league winners, there are only two spots that go straight to the group stage and one more that has to go through qualifying to get there — and there are a lot more than three teams capable of winning those spots.
Granit Xhaka: While you don’t see a lot of central midfielders on lists like this, Xhaka is well worth making special mention of. All of Schalke’s league titles came before the top teams were brought into one league system in 1963, and they’ve been runners-up six times since. Alaba might be the world’s first true endline-to-endline central player, while the extra numbers on the left work for two reasons. They recently achieved back-to-back promotions and have a lot of players who came up with them from the third division, so that’s cool. While largely a set-piece specialist with a lethally accurate shot from long range, he also has a subtle and wonderful creative presence in open play, with an understated but incredibly effective style on the ball that guts opposing defenses. If you watch Leverkusen, don’t take your eyes off No. The question isn’t “why should you support Gladbach,” it’s “why wouldn’t you support Gladbach?” They’re even nicknamed “the foals” for crying out loud. This year, they’ve already kicked things off with a shocking comeback win to upset Bayern again in the German Supercup. When Bayern lose, you notice, because you know it took an incredible performance to get the job done.
Hakan Calhanoglu: While the Turkish international is just 21, Calhanoglu already had a profound influence on the Bundesliga the past two years. Here’s everything you need to know.
Welcome to the Bundesliga, where you can check your narratives at the door and enjoy some fantastic soccer.
Things like a fullback pinching in and a defensive midfielder going between two center backs to pick up the ball are not strange. Plus, Bayern had a pretty serious injury crisis last year and still won the league easily. They have a lot of good players, but they can’t get any of them to play well. Back and forth they go, where they stop, no one knows. A good choice, even if it kind of exposes you as a noob.
An expansion on Schalke and Neverkusen
You look at Schalke and Bayer Leverkusen’s recent league positions. There’s a lot of moralizing and everyone who has a bad game is branded “crap,” until they do well, when they become “brilliant.” The average Premier League player cycles between crap and brilliant about five times per season. Neither of these things is impossible, but they are unlikely. One, Lahm is good enough to command an entire flank by himself. The competition between Bayer Leverkusen, Wolfsburg, Gladbach, Schalke, Borussia Dortmund and other clubs over the last few years has been intense to watch unfold, with fierce battles taking place as teams struggle for position. The first, is that when Bayern lose, it’s actually notable and fascinating and must-see action. When Wolfsburg took Bayern down to open up the second half of the season last year, everyone stood up and took notice, suddenly realizing just how good Wolfsburg really were. But they’re the only team in the Bundesliga that plays crap, sleep-inducing football every year. They will lose nine-goal matches in which they had a multiple-goal lead, probably more than once, and you will not enjoy those matches if you support them. These things also make it occasionally unpleasant to follow. He’s a lot more talented than his three goals in 19 games from last season suggests.
But goal-per-game numbers are boring. Be it the thunderous and versatile attack of Bayern, the dynamic lethality of Wolfsburg or the jaw-dropping free kicks of Hakan Calhanoglu at Bayer Leverkusen, you will be entertained.
But if you do not have any emotional investment in the outcome of their matches, Schalke and Bayer are extremely fun to watch. The way the players move when they get the ball is unique.
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Of note, Bayern rotates heavily and does not have a set first choice starting XI. There will not be a title race unless they have a catastrophic injury crisis or Pep Guardiola goes insane and tries to fire everyone. But the guy who started SAP wanted a successful club, so here they are. The question, though, is how healthy he is — last season was largely wasted for Reus because he spent most of it either sidelined with injury or playing hurt. Their teams will let you take your shot, but try to find a way to break it up in progress so they can take their own. After a bad 2014-15 campaign, they’ll be hoping their 19-year-old SuperProspect starts scoring goals from the wide forward spot. One of the best choices.
Schalke: Don’t do it.
Relegation playoff: Hamburg
The English Premier League is easy to follow in the United States because it’s on channels most people get and everyone speaks English. The Bundesliga: for people who think sports should be fun.
First thing’s first: How to watch this
While it won’t be as easy to watch the Bundesliga as it is the Premier League in America, we’re getting a giant upgrade this season. They won the Bundesliga in 2007 and have been competitive both in the league and in Europe since then — except for the last few years, when they have stunk. He’s young and really starting to come into his own, serving as a workhorse presence in Gladbach’s midfield who pops up all over the pitch to make plays in attack and defense. Sorry!
How’s that? Well, it comes through two different ways. It’s all exhausting.
Borussia Dortmund: They are no longer the top soccer hipster choice, but are not far enough removed from that era to have washed the stink off. In England, four teams failed to reach a goal per game, with only one bettering two goals per and four more over 1.5 goals per game — and that top group represents a wide gulf in scoring that doesn’t exist in Germany.
And besides, Bayern being able to win the league with ease creates other fun opportunities as well, not least of which being because …
They play a pants-on-head crazy style that no one else uses
Obsessing about the merits of one formation over another isn’t fascinating, but Bayern’s most commonly used tactic when David Alaba and Juan Bernat are both healthy is so totally insane that it needs to be addressed. They want to score spectacular goals, and that’s exactly what they do. Based on what he’s done so far, if he can stay healthy this could be an incredible season for Reus.
Hertha Berlin: They haven’t been able to get their ducks in a row and turn into a juggernaut post-reunification, but the possibility always exists that the biggest team in Germany’s biggest city could someday become a Champions League regular. Sometimes, to ill effect against top teams who know how to exploit the holes in it.
Who to support
A handy guide based on what you’re looking for in a team.
As an aside, if you wade into Bundesliga Twitter, you will inevitably run into Bayern Munich supporters who hype up their competition, because no one wants to be “handed” a title. If you tell long-time Bundesliga followers that you support Borussia Dortmund, they will roll their eyes at you. They also have top American prospect John Brooks. That leads to a lot of exciting, back-and-forth battles that you couldn’t tear your eyes away from if you tried.
So we already know who wins, right?
Yep, Bayern Munich wins. Why rob yourself of entertainment? Pick a different club to root for and watch these guys as a neutral.
Five non-Bayern players to keep an eye on
Marco Reus: One of the most dynamic attacking players in Europe, Reus can single-handedly turn around the fortunes of Borussia Dortmund after their year of struggle. If he doesn’t, they’ll be kicking themselves for not taking the money that was on the table for him two years ago.
Relegated: Ingolstadt, Darmstadt
Unlike other leagues where the focus is on preventing attacks altogether, or absorbing them and slowing them down, the Bundesliga takes a different tack. Do not let anyone disparage you for making this choice. There are worse choices, but we certainly can’t recommend them.
Champions League: Wolfsburg, Bayer Leverkusen
Ingolstadt: They’re in the Bundesliga for the first time in their history and they have American midfielder Alfredo Morales. Two, it draws defenders away from Robben (or Mller) and creates more space for him to operate in.
Speaking of Champions League qualification, Bayern’s dominance makes Germany’s other Champions League places a much hotter commodity
m88 When I have the feeling that I become painful for the club, another coach will come in. “They want to know about my plans as soon as possible.
Pep Guardiola has no offers from other clubs and has not made any decision on his future beyond the end of the season, the Bayern Munich boss has insisted.
Pep Guardiola said he will ‘never become a problem’ for Bayern Munich.
There had been suggestions last season that Guardiola’s time should be brought to an early end after the club suffered a heavy defeat in the Champions League semifinals for a second year in succession.. “I have not yet decided what is best for this club — and I want to do the best for this club. I don’t want to become a problem for this club.”
Guardiola has won back-to-back league titles, winning the domestic double in his first season, but he said: “I have learnt that reaching the semifinals in Champions League is not enough here.”
New season, same old questions for Pep Guardiola. It has been like this for over 30 years, and so it also has been the case in the past two years.”
There have also been concerns about his influence on transfers given the uncertainty over his future.
However, speaking ahead of Saturday’s German Supercup clash with Wolfsburg, the former Barcelona coach said he has not made any decision about his next move.
However, Guardiola dismissed both claims.
Guardiola, 44, has entered the final year of the contract he signed in 2013, and there was fresh speculation at the weekend that he has already agreed terms with Manchester City for the 2016-17 season.
“Maybe the club is not happy about it [the delayed decision],” Guardiola said. Bayern’s new signing, midfielder Arturo Vidal, has claimed that his goal is to go one better than he did with Juventus, having lost this year’s Champions League final, and win the competition. That is the truth.
“This will be the last time I talk about it,” Guardiola told a news conference on Friday. I have not made a decision yet.
“When I have made a decision, I will inform [former president] Uli Hoeness, [CEO] Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and [sporting executive] Matthias Sammer. Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola says Arjen Robben will be fit, but warns his team ahead of their DFL-Cup game against Wolfsburg. It was the Brazilian forward who had the best of his Chilean team-mate, managing to nutmeg Vidal with a slick pass. That’s the situation.”
Bayern have said on several occasions that they plan enter talks with Guardiola later this year to clarify his position.
However, the coach said: “Listen, I will never become a problem for FC Bayern Munich. I will never become a problem for FC Bayern.”
“Maybe Effenberg knows more than me,” he said, adding: “I have not received an offer from any other club in this world.”
Former Bayern captain Stefan Effenberg said in German tabloid Bild on Friday that Guardiola was set to leave, and Qatar-based network beIN Sports has twice reported that he is set to join City.
He added: “At Bayern, the players are signed by the club, and the coach trains the players, who have been signed by the club
But given earlier decisions by federal courts, it was critical that we follow a correct and appropriate path to curtail new court challenges and expensive litigation.
“I believe we have found that path in this bipartisan legislative effort,” he added.
They claimed that the law violates the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, a 1992 federal ban on state-sponsored sports betting.
In calling for the injunction, the NFL, NBA, Major League Baseball and the NCAA are seeking to block enforcement of a law that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed on Friday, which partially repeals a ban on sports wagering in the state.
The new law allows sports betting at state-licensed casinos and racetracks. “How can that be determined when Las Vegas is taking bets already, every single day? The NFL has three games at Wembley Stadium (in London) every year where people are betting right across the street from the stadium.”
“In order to get an injunction, the leagues have to show that they will be irreparably damaged if Monmouth race track starts taking bets on sports sporting events on Sunday,” New Jersey State Sen. states except four.
Voters approved the idea of legal sports betting in 2011 and the following year Christie signed a bill allowing the wagering.
The federal court sided with the leagues, so the state appealed. But the U.S. the proliferation of state-sponsored and approved sports gambling in Atlantic City casinos and at New Jersey racetracks will cause immediate and irreparable harm” to the sports leagues,” the lawsuit said.
In m88 a statement Friday after signing the legislation Christie said: “I am a strong proponent of legalized sports wagering in New Jersey. Raymond Lesniak told Reuters in a telephone interview.
(Reporting by Steve Ginsburg; editing by Andrew Hay)
“If the 2014 Sports Wagering Law is not declared unlawful… Monmouth Park, a thoroughbred race track in Oceanport, is planning to offer sports betting on Sunday.
“I’m looking forward to placing the first legal bet in the state of New Jersey on a sporting event next Sunday,” Lesniak said.
The National Football League and other sports leagues filed a lawsuit on Monday in an attempt to block New Jersey from offering legalized wagering on sporting events.
Lesniak believes it is up to the state to determine whether sports gambling can occur and said the wagering will jump-start New Jersey’s sagging gaming revenues.
But the sports leagues sued, saying it violated a federal ban on the activity in all U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the case, leaving the lower court ban in place.
Some of these football betting systems deliver strike rates up to 80% over an entire season, and is still being refined. These experts realize something that most people do not, and that is, prediction football do not need to be accurate to the extremes with match results, but all they need is a prediction football system to tell them whether their bets have a good enough opportunity to beat the sports books’ handicap.
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. As the saying goes, the ball is round, and there are factors in every game that can tilt the balance and the score line in an instant, so to regularly hit results perfectly in prediction football is certainly not possible. If you are serious about making money from football betting, then I say you join them and get yourself a profitable system right away. Predict Football Score Predictions
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John O’Connor, To Cut Student Debt, Florida College Cuts Off Some Student Borrowing in NPR, October 12, 2014. “The Power of Perseverance”, Self-Transformation Series: Issue No. The sleep that you miss when you stay up late to study will cause ‘academic problems’ the following day. Adams, Farahnaz Movahedzadeh, Margaret A. He mentions, “One alternate type of intelligence often mentioned in popular media is ‘emotional intelligence’, developed by Daniel Goleman and several other researchers. Obama is giving the task force of administration officials 90 days to come up with recommendations for colleges to prevent and respond to sexual assault, increase public awareness of each school’s track record and enhance coordination among federal agencies to hold schools accountable if they don’t confront the problem”( THE ASSOCIATED PRESS). Jan. McKinney, and Kristoffer Rhoads and the University of Western Washington.
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See: Tania Jimenez and Ashley Tatem in their article titled The Relationship between being in a Committed Relationship and Academic Performance in College Females.
NCSET, Part I: What Do We Know About Dropout Prevention? , What Do We Know About Who Drops Out and Why?, Who Drops Out of School? “ND” November 29, 2013.
Whitmore School of Business and Economics and University of New Hampshire. Center for Child and Family Policy , Duke University , Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy. EBSCO. Monday, 15 2012.
According to Patricia M. “Sleep takes a back seat.” <em>conantcrier.com. Forty-five students were male and 42 female.” The first part of this study was that all the students took the IQ score. 09/29/2014. HACKER , College costs rising more rapidly for poorer students, analysis shows, idahostatesman, Nation/World News. Oct. October 19, 2013.
University of Alabama Center for Academic Success. November 17, 2013.
Kidshealth.” What Is Plagerism?” Kidhealth.org. 16 Oct. Each point in this imaginary case is an individual’s scores on IQ and SAT combined. The Chronicle of Higher Education. . October 15, 2013.
IJGE: International Journal of Global Education – 2012, volume 1 issue 2: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTERNET ADDICTION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS: Asst. http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2014/10/08/walsh-seeks-curb-number-off-campus-college-students-crack-down-rental-woes/HruxVxswP2aMQNTBUgV0PN/story.html
Google Dictionary. A study consisted of 610 Schools. Since the average score is 100, experts can quickly assess individual test scores against the average to determine where these scores fall on the normal distribution,”as stated in the article titled What Is the Average IQ by Kendra Cherry. Alston (e-mail: email@example.com) are professors of economics at Weber State University. Federal Trade Commission in the article titled Dangers of Teen Drinking.
See. http://everydaylife.globalpost.com/frustration-teens-6775.html “N.D” January 12, 2014.
See: “Why Don’t Students Like School?” Well, Duhhhh… In many ways, college life is representative of reality, and all you’ll learn from leaving is that you quit when things got tough. December 30, 2013.
See. The Texas center’s report includes some of his findings and strategies for helping minority men succeed in college.” We can also help low-income students. That causes them to fail or drop out. Martyn, and Jeremy Dunningin the article titled Why Do Students Fail? Faculty’s Perspective in Higher Learning Commission, Collection of Papers 2014). January 28, 2014.
See: J.E. For some students, getting an F in classes is no longer something to be ashamed of but a cool thing that you must experience before leaving college.”They are not that much intelligent. Here is a plot that shows what this degree of correlation looks like – you can see there is quite a close link. “N.p.” December 9, 2009. “n.d.” May 21, 2012.
Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses By Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011, Thought & Action Fall 2011. “N.D” October 30, 2013.
“Scientists generally agree that intelligence can be captured by psychometric tests. “WHY DO FIRST- GENERATION STUDENTS FAIL?” <em>College Student Journal</em> 45.1 (2011): 20-35. Open Access Theses. 2011. 10, 2013.
The Key Reasons Why People Fail Online Education by Amelia Turner.
Learning Disabilities,” PS News Hours. “School-Wide Strategies for Managing… As Robert Morse and Diane Tolis show in the article titled Measuring Colleges’ Success Graduating Higher-Income Students , an analysis shows graduation rates of higher-income students compared with the entire student body in U.S News & World Report, “Measuring the success of college students at lower income levels is one key goal of the president’s proposed new college ratings system, to be developed by the U.S. 05 Sep 2011. “n.d” May. 2nd ed. Rajasvaran Logeswaran, an experienced educator and Dean at Nilai University, and Sarah Michel, a certified speaking professional (CSB) and a networking expert who helps people increase their network by investing in their network , especially the section titled A Wake up Call for Young People. In the end, they found support for the latter two scenarios. Stine brickner of the University of Western Ontario interviewed 655 students during many semesters. Massachusetts Department of Education. 2011.
Students at Dorchester school are all college bound Cristo Rey school builds on success By James Sullivan | Globe Correspondent May 08, 2014. November 10, 2013.
Dennis Romero, More Students Are Choosing Colleges by Price, UCLA Says, Wed, Mar 12, 2014. Source: LaBahn, J. Cherif, Gerald E. The Qualitative Report [On-line serial], 5(3/4). ” Low self-esteem affects college students, ” The University Star. According to Jack Grove in the article titled Students’ Mental Health Problems Highlighted, “Research by the National Union of Students also found that 20 percent of students consider themselves to have a mental health problem. There is an increase demand of material knowledge. October 30, 2013.
See: Recent college grads face 36% ‘mal-employment’ rate by Tami Luhby, June 25, 2013. As Chris Denhart shows, “Legislators can consider tying state funding in part on graduation rate. Brewer. May 10, 2014.
DiLallo, Emma, “Students Go to College but Not Go to Class. 2012.
BookRags, Most Common Bad Study Habits. – See more at: http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/instructional-design/why-students-procrastinate-and-what-you-can-do-about-it/#sthash.0ebcNJ9f.dpuf
Myers, Brandi. Published in final edited form as: J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol. Cherif, Gerald E. January 28, 2014.
University counseling service & students & staffs counselling by University of Cambridge in Procrastination.
Does intelligence have a relation with behavior, communication, and life satisfaction? As it is stated in the article titled The Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Life Satisfaction and Determining their Communication Skill Test Effectiveness, ShohrehGhorbanshiroudi, JavadKhalatbari, Mohammad Salehi, SonaBahari, Mohammad MojtabaKeikhayfarzaneh try to determine how emotional intelligence and life satisfaction and communication skill test effectiveness are correlated. This process is accomplished by administering the test to a representative sample and using these scores to establish standards, usually referred to as norms, by which all individual scores can be compared. ” First-Year College Students Often Fail as Life Intervenes.” Post-gazette.com. Boston Offers a Plan to Help Colleges Add Dorms, The Boston Globe, October 09, 2014. December 31, 2013.
Hawley,Kristen. “Health problems affect dropout rates indirectly by forcing young people, especially young women, to cope with family physical or mental illness, often imposing on their responsibilities that can lead to their leaving school (32). in Depressive Symptoms and Romantic Relationship Qualities from Adolescence through Emerging Adulthood: A Longitudinal Examination of Influences in the National Institute of Health Public Access Policy. “N.D” October 10, 2013.
Robert Morse and Diane Tolis , Measuring Colleges’ Success Graduating Higher-Income Students , an analysis shows graduation rates of higher-income students compared with the entire student body in U.S News & World Report, Jan. http://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/web/Main/Sitewide/Content/FearOfFailure1.htm
Michele Heister in the article titled Dropout
Data and Statistics in the 2008-2009 school year data by the Division of Data
Quality in PA or Pennsylvania Department of Education in PIMSPennsylvania Department of Education – Division of Data Quality
See. Web. 19. A correlation of r = 0 means there is no link. August, 18, 2012.
The Real Reasons Children Drop Out of School by Franklin Schargel , Former Teacher, School Counselor and School Administrator
See: Richard J. Sept. “n.p.” Feb. A correlation of >.50 is considered a moderate to strong link. High-Tech Cheating Abounds, and Professors Bear Some Blame by Jeffrey R. 11 2012. December 6, 2013.
William Buskist and Christopher Howard. Deciding to drop out is not life or death. March 5, 2014. August 30th, 2011. A Review of Literature Pertaining to Student Dropout from Instrumental Music Programs
Lester, James D. He has published many short stories and essays, especially about relationship or love, literature review, education, and politics. EBSCO. The recent study by Treena Rohde and Lee Anne Thompson shows a correlation. “College Students Eating Habits” by Erika Wilhite in eCorsair.
Kelley Holland in the article titled College Students Consider Themselves Financially Savvy: Survey in NBC News. 18, 2014.http://www.wibw.com/home/headlines/Kansas-College-Students-Take-6-Years-To-Graduate-245876401.html
See. However, academic unpreparedness among college students can face them to troubles, which can cause them or society financial deficits. Frederick in Note Taking Will Make You a Better Student.
Richard Millsap in why Do Some Students Succeed And Others Fail to Achieve Desired Class Drades, And Academic Goals & Objectives in wweb.uta.edu. October, 13, 2014. By doing so, they ensure their own success and that their education meets their individual needs.” It can also be helpful if some colleges help students financially, and that can also help those colleges. Maryellen Weimer uses about the study that is analyzed in his article : Ackerman, D. November 10, 2013.
See. “Students that are active on campus and have interactions with faculty and students outside of the classroom are more likely to pass (and graduate).Universities and faculties need to attempt to foster these connections as much as they can. . 2012. Fortunately, for example, “The Long Beach campus received more than 83,500 undergraduate applications for fall 2014, among the highest count in the nation. By the way, as the dropouts have been mentioned many reasons in Army’s study, who are they? As Michele Heister shows in the article titled Dropout Data and Statistics in the 2008-2009 school year data by the Division of Data Quality in PA or Pennsylvania Department of Education in PIMS, “A drop out is a student who, for any reason other than death, leaves school before graduation without transferring to another school/institution.” Many students or dropouts do not do their assignment or their homework or do not practice their homework due to cheating or copying, which can cause them the same troubles that lack of personal standard can also cause them , procrastinate or are married, or have trouble paying attention in class due to excessive texting, so they often fail. Elizabeth Wistrom &ccrzadkiewicz. Students Are Different Now by Linda Bips, a psychologist and an assistant professor at Muhlenberg College and the author of “Parenting College Freshmen: Consulting for Adulthood.” October 11, 2010. September 30, 2002.” August 20, 2012.
A study titled Academic Burnout Among Students at Faculty of Organizational Sciences by Management Journal for Theory and Practice Management that was conducted by Ana Nikodijevi?, Jelena An?elkovi? Labrovi?, Aleksandar ?okovi? at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences. We can help them. 21. In order to do the studies, ShohrehGhorbanshiroudi, JavadKhalatbari, Mohammad Salehi, SonaBahari, Mohammad MojtabaKeikhayfarzaneh survey many students at Islamic Azad University, Sarab branch in the years of 2008 to 2009. but they do not realize that it is a very difficult and long road academically. December 7, 2013. 17 Oct. To substantiate his idea, he mentions Robert Sternberg. With college students, Schunk and Ertmer found that a process goal of learning computer applications led to higher self-efficacy, self-judged learning progress, and strategy use, compared with an outcome goal of performing the applications.” We can find an appropriate way to help many college students to cope or deal with stress, bad or poor study habits, violence, anxiety, hard programs, college cost, lack of confidence, online classes, or loneliness. August 21, 2012.
See. May 21, 2012.
Philip Zimbardo :The demise of guys (2011)(JANE72427 in Youtube) :
College students face mental health issues nationwide by Hayley Fowler, Feb 03, 2014. Experience shows that these additional eligibility requirements still leave about half of incoming freshmen under-prepared for college,” according to the article titled Beyond the Rhetoric Improving College Readiness Through Coherent State Policy in higher education.org.
Moss, Erica. How to Lear.com. Thursday, May 8, 2014.
See. in Psychon Bull Rev. 9. “Professor’s Role in Motivating Students to Attend Class,” Journal of Industrial Teacher Education. January 5, 2011. “Frank Durham, associate professor of journalism and mass communication at the UI, said depression is difficult to spot in the college setting unless a student personally expresses his or her distress to the instructor,” according to Moustafa and Linh Ta.”Alexandra Bushby, 23, also didn’t tell others. October 25, 2013.
Stinebrickner, T., & Stinebrickner, P. McClenney said, colleges should extend programs like mandatory study-skills classes, learning communities, and tutoring to all students. October 25, 2013.
See. If you know that someone has a certain Gf score, you know they are likely to do better in their SAT score and their GPA…”
Dwyer, Liz. Stephany Elsworth in Do Language Barriers Affect Student Performance in School?
See. George Boeree. This idea can make us realize as stated in the study that “It is clear from the results that IQ showed a correlation with APR “(Imbrosciano & Berlach). 11, 2014. January 2011.
Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses By Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011, Thought College Students Lack Critical Thinking Skills, But Who’s To Blame? Oct. Aykut CEYHAN, and Anadolu University. Breus, PhD that was reviewed by Stuart J. He is the author of Teenage Marriages Are Likely to End Unhappily, Think before You Act, What Causes Many College Students to Fail or Dropout, Many People Get Married for Foolish Reasons, An Essay about the Tell-Tale-Heart and The Black Cat, and many other works.
Why Do College Students Smoke? , Ressources: Resources http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/library/reports/preventing-youth-tobacco-use/factsheet.html May16,2013 from http://www.honestcollege.com/college-students-smoke.
See: College Drinking by National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Web. Springer publishing company. Handler, a medical doctor, shows in the articled titled What Parents Need to Know About Dyslexia (Reading Disability) in American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, “Students with dyslexia can be taught strategies to work with their learning disability. May 21, 2012.
Petra Alfred, et al. “NP” “November 2, 2011. Web: perfectionlearning.com. 02/20/2014.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/uloop/cheating-in-college-where_b_4826136.html.
Obama seeking to help poor students, but policies favor the rich: opinion, By Jon Marcus, The Hechinger Report @CNNMoney January 17, 2014. Socialmediatoday.com. Canlas
” U.S Students And Homework.” Cybercollege.com. Aug. October 13, 2013.
Update On Binge Drinking Among College Students: From Bad To Worse by Robert Glatter, MD. 18, 2012.
Academic unpreparedness or under-preparedness causes college students troubles. In addition to that , Tori Walston reported that she drop out of school in the article titled DISCUSS: How Do We Best Prevent Dropouts due to being undisciplined. “N.D” January 1, 2014.
See: Amy Sterling Casil in What Percentage of College Students Fail Their First Semester? Resources: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development: Education at a Glance 2012. As an example, according to Oona Goodin-Smith, Oakland University and Daniel Rader, Ohio University of the article titled Students Break the Bank to Buy Their Books, “While Jin ultimately bit the bullet to buy the book, according to the USPIRG, 65% of college students have opted to forgo purchasing class texts ‘because it was too expensive.’ Of these students, 94% had concerns that doing so ‘would hurt their grade in a course.’ The study concludes that the high prices of the books ultimately affect students’ decisions on the number and type of classes they take each semester.” In addition to that, they do not like school. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE: FINDINGS FROM THE 1999 LIFESTYLES SURVEY by Patricia M. 9, 2015. 2012.
SciEduDes in Why Don’t Students Ask Questions? “N.D” December 8, 2013.
Even if all students are intelligent or have cognitive flexibility, other problems may stand up. Atwood, Elizabethtown College. 17, 2012.
Suggested citation for this article: Freudenberg N, Ruglis J. Ponzetti, Jr. Glennie, Ph.D., and Elizabeth Stearns, Ph.D. Intelligent students or students fail sometimes because they cannot balance the way to think critically, creatively, and analytically (1).
Gilardi, Silvia, and Chiara Guglielmetti. Students have to set goal. <em>Academic Search Complete</em>. The results are particularly notable for minority students. August 20, 2012.
See. Many students do not even have the book to study. King, Phillip K. Their teachers are better trained and have more resources in the classroom. 2012.
“Intelligence is a term that is difficult to define, and it can mean many different things to different people. May 08, 2014.
See. Students get addicted to Internet or computer; as a result, they face a lot of trouble. Feb. October 17, 2013.
See. Feb. 57, American Educational Research Association. October 3, 2014.
Dr. March 8, 2012. Feb. As it is stated, “The present research first investigated the relationship of autism traits with trait emotional intelligence and empathy in a sample of 163 adults aged between 18 and 51 years (44% male). August 21, 2012.
Neal Thakkar: Why Procrastinate: An Investigation of the Root Causes behind Procrastination. A study from 1999 suggests that information becomes ‘cemented’ in our brains as we sleep.” We can also economically help them or take more time to motivate them or to talk to them by making them realize how education is valuable. The Bar-On emotional intelligence and life satisfaction questionnaire were used.” Ghorbanshiroudi, JavadKhalatbari, Mohammad Salehi, SonaBahari, and Mohammad MojtabaKeikhayfarzanehalso used the Pearson test. November 17, 2013.
Time Management for College Students by VGCC “N.D” December 10, 2013.
Levine, Judith R. December 10, 2013.
Students do not do well or drop out of college because the program that they choose is difficult. “In California, for example, tuition and fees increased 91% at California State University and 74% at the University of California from 2006, according to a recent report by the nonprofit California Budget Project. Web. “Intelligence is a person’s capacity to acquire knowledge (i.e. They are not that much good or fail to assume responsibility. 2011.
See: The Causes of Poverty (15): Gender Discrimination in filipspagnoli.wordpress, October 20, 2013.
Nayland S. How can students assume responsibility? According to Jamestown Community College, JCC, State University of New York, in Student Responsibility Statement that was endorsed by the faculty in September 2008 and by Student Senate in October 2008, “Students assume responsibility when they take an active role in their learning by recognizing they are accountable for their academic success. February 1, 2014.
The New Majority US colleges Are Failing Their Biggest Group of Students: Part-timers By Lila Selim, a writer and researcher in New York City, January 29, 2014. 2012.
The book, Nursing student’s retention, Understanding the process and making a difference by Marianne R. (1976): 46-47, 4/15/2014.
Alcantara, Chris “University of Florida Students Caught Cheating on Computer Science Projects.” Alligator.org. News, covering high schools and college financing, 10 Colleges Where Grads Have the Most Student Loan Debt, December 17, 2013. Rachel C. January 5, 2014.
Therresa Worthington in College Students Have Financial Aid Options in thespectrum.June 26, 2014. 2012. 25. Students can have difficulty in adjusting their own career expectations. 2012.
Top 6 Reasons Adult College Students Drop Out by David Schepp, Aug 13th 2012. Approved by: Chair of Committee, Yvonne Lincoln Committee Members, Vicente Lechuga, Christine Stanley, and Radhika Viruru, and Head of Department, Jim Scheurich. 2012.
David L. , Children don’t like school because they love freedom. Department of Education and available before the 2015 school year. October 16, 2015. 2009. They academically perform poorly, which causes them troubles. Harrison Jr., Best-Selling Parenting Author, shows in the article titled What Causes Students to Fail or Drop out of College by stating that “no matter what students’ grades were in High School, they didn’t to AP or college level courses, they are simply not prepared for the onslaught of homework they will receive in college”. July 4, 2012, lesterleung.wordpress.com. 15. 65 % of those polled saying Hitting deadlines had led to problems. October 14, 2013.
LETITIA ANNE PEPLAU, “Loneliness and the College Student.” 1987. October 17, 2013.
Smith, William H. “An unprecedented study that followed several thousand undergraduates through four years of college found that large numbers did not learn the critical thinking, complex reasoning and written communication skills that are widely assumed to be at the core of a college education,” according to Doug Mataconis in his article titled College Students Lack Critical Thinking Skills, But Who’s To Blame. 17 2011
See: PBS NewsHour: Why Students Who Underperform Drop out of School: http://americangraduate.ninenet.org/learn/83-pbs-newshour-amgradweek.html. Oct 16, 2015. The correlation of SAT combined performance and fluid intelligence is close to 0.40 for both SAT combined and GPA. On the majority of modern IQ tests, the average (or mean) score is set at 100 with a standard deviation of 15 so that scores conform to a normal distribution curve. “Helping Failing Students
Part 2: Understanding, Reaching, and Helping Passively Failing Students” January 2012. “High School Dropouts: A Review of Issues and Evidence,”Review of Educational Research Summer 1987, Vol. Why Some College Athletes Do Not Succeed by Dave Galehouse in varsityedge.com.
Research-Based Test Preparation Instruction Better Test Scores that was conducted by Perfection Learning Corporation. May 21. learn and understand), apply knowledge (solve problems), and engage in abstract reasoning. 2012.
Linda Mangel, Education Equity Director, in her article titled Teen Pregnancy, Discrimination, and the Dropout Rate in ACLU, Oct 25, 2010. May, 21. Azzam, April 2007 | Volume 64 | Number 7 The Prepared Graduate Pages 91-93 by Amy M. 2011.
The Real Reason New College Grads Can’t Get Hired By Martha C. October 13, 2013.
Rocheleau, Matt. in What Parents Need to Know About Dyslexia (Reading Disability) in American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus: http://www.aapos.org/resources/learning_disabilities_/ Feb. Salient: Victoria University Students’ Paper. “First -Generation College Students Are More Likely to Have Lower Semester Grade.” Fayettevill State University. As it is stated in the article titled Why Some College Students May Not Be Getting Enough to Eat by Alexandra Sifferlin,”‘Sixty two percent students reported they couldn’t afford balanced meals,’ says lead study author Megan Patton-Lopez, an epidemiologist at Benton County Health Services in Oregon. Learning disabilities, poor or bad study habit, smoking, lack of perseverance, or stress or anxiety causes them troubles. Malooly at the University of Miami. They have to work in order to provide or to support themselves; as a result, it is often hard for them to work and to study at the same time. Sept 20, 2012.
Messenger, David. Web. “N.D” October12, 2013.
Dr. Penn State’s Division of Undergraduate Studies. some students have not realized this yet” (Abour H. Sun, and Dr. Timothy A. October 15, 2013.
Francesca Di Meglio in Stress Takes Its Toll on College Students in businessweek, May 10, 2012. <em>Education Research Complete</em>. Web. December 8, 2013.
What causes students to fail or drop out of college by Harry H. Some of them are caught cheating , so they automatically fail the whole course. ” Students With depression likely to dropout of college.” Healthnewstrack.com. Academic Search Complete. 2013 June 17, 2014.
See. and Gross, B. January 11, 2014: http://www.care2.com/causes/for-pregnant-students-title-ix-essential-to-success.html.
Hana M. December 6, 2013, Reviewed by: Lauren Applebaum, the Associate Dean of the Fingerhut School of Education in American Jewish University’s Graduate Center for Education. White Time Business & Money: Nov. 5). http://www.marketwatch.com/story/this-is-the-biggest-challenge-facing-first-year-college-students-2015-10-16.
Why Students Drop Out: Perceptions of Educators, Parents, and Students in SEDL
Mann, Dale. “In some cases, the particular way a professor grades can impact a student. As Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall shows in the article titled IQ and School Achievement, “Modern intelligence tests have been designed with Binet’s original purpose in mind: to predict how well individual students are likely to perform in the classroom and similar situations. Allyson Todd, dean of academic affairs at the Community College of Allegheny County, told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that some students come to college unprepared for the amount of work required,” as stated in the article titled What Percentage of College Students Fail Their First Semester by Amy Sterling Casil.
Setterfield, Julia. Daniel T. Spring 2007. Goldberg, who retired last year as an engineering professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is now an education consultant,” according to CHRISTOPHER DREW in the article titled Why Science Majors Change Their Minds (It’s Just So Darn Hard) in The New York times.
See: DISCUSS: How Do We Best Prevent Dropouts? In learningmatters.tv. George Boeree.
Robert Leamnson , Getting Students to Read, Thinking about Teaching and Learning: Developing Habits of Learning with First Year College and University Students (p. Fox Providence. We can also look at to give kids from low-income family more challenging and demanding class in High school before attending college or help those who have trouble thinking reasonably or studying. Vol. (2013). October, 13 2013.
See. January 11, 2014.
Cyrus R. February. Academic Performance and College Dropout: Using Longitudinal Expectations Data to Estimate a Learning Model NBER Working Papers DOI: 10.3386/w18945
Rebecca, The California Aggie.” <em>theaggie.org. In May 2015, he graduated from Lynn University with an MBA in Hospitality Management. Todd R. Shek, Dr. Feb. “20 Percent of College Students Don’t Complete Homework.” Idnews.com ” N.p.” June 29. The Independent Florida Alligator. November 11.
See: WILL OKUN, a Chicago school teacher who traveled with Nick Krist of in June to central Africa, on the win-a-trip contest, in the article titled “Parents Who Don’t Parent”, which has published at Nytimes.com, June 23, 2008. 22. January 11, 2014.
Publicagenda.org in the article titled Parents Want to Be Involved in Children’s Education Yet Don’t Understand Key Factors Affecting Public Education Quality, Survey Shows Few Know What Children Should be Learning or How Schools Function and Rank; Only 50 Percent Want Children to Have More Challenging Courses. Students may take online classes due to certain circumstances.” ‘Online is not played up in what students see in films and television, where they see a more traditional college campus with faculty and students face-to-face,’” Eagan said. May 15. Learning support services. December. 15. Outpost. Cognitive Flexibility In A Forensic Population (Doctoral dissertation, Pacific University). Drinking or drug causes many of them or many who are underage many troubles. (2007). This refers to an individual’s ability to understand and be aware of your own emotions, as well as those of people around you. 2012 August; 12(3): 269-272. This means that 68 percent of scores fall within one standard deviation of the mean (that is, between 85 and 115), and 95 percent of scores fall within two standard deviations (between 70 and 130)”(Cherry). A surve
Taylor, Katy. They found that many students who majored in math, physics, and chemistry drop out in their disciplines. </em>The crier, ” n.d” 31 Oct. While some of those students may choose to attend other four-year schools or community colleges because of costs, ‘We will get a fair number of students who can’t afford UC,’ Dowell said,” (Rivera). She went on to show that “pregnancy is the #1 reason girls drop out of school.” Some teachers should assume responsibility and be good. 10, 2013. Volume 25–July 1997. 2012
What Is the Average IQ By Kendra Cherry in PsychologyToday.”N.D” 06, 17, 2014.
i, Khanh Van T. The plan will identify ‘colleges that do the most to help students from disadvantaged backgrounds as well as identify colleges that are improving their performance,’ according to a release from the White House.” Parents of first generation college students have to try to be more supportive to their children. December 30, 2013.
Educationrealist, ” Homework and Grade.” Educationrealist.com. We can also find ways to help many of them performing well in school or gaining test taking strategies skills or organizational skills or to prevent them from getting pregnant or married or from having a dissatisfaction for school, help them managing their time properly or interacting with their professors, or try to help them with their families’ responsibilities or to provide a better teaching style that can help students with learning disabilities or dyslexia. November 11. 2008. “N.p” “n.d.” May. My instructor made me to it: Task characteristics of procrastination. 2015.
McDermott, P., & Rothenberg, J. “They choose to engage in other activities. “Tardy sweep causes frustration for late students.” February 29, 2012. July 21. March 10, 2014. Cherif, Gerald E. Dec. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1955391/, Feb. Oct. But only 5 percent of black men and Latinos attending community colleges earn degrees or certificates within three years, compared with 32 percent of white men.”
See. October 14, 2013.
Slaboch, Kate. October 13, 2013.
Tristan Watson. “N.D” October 30, 2013.
Thursday, May 8, 2014, the Daily Carliforninian. He indicates, “Researchers asked about the aspects of intelligence felt that factors like problem-solving ability, mental speed, general knowledge, creativity, abstract thinking, and memory all played important roles in the measure and standard of intelligence. 2011, Vol. 22. 2012.
MEHTA, SANJAY S., JOHN J. Findarticle. 2011.
IQ Predicts Academic Achievement: http://www.highiqpro.com/iq-academic-success/iq-predicts-academic-achievement. 2012.
DiLallo, Emma, “Students Go to College But Not Go to Class.” Blogpost.com. Students fail because of that. “The concept of intelligence as a single entity was first put forth by an English psychologist named Charles Spearmen in the early 20th century. Reframing school dropout as a public health issue. College Students’ Time Management: Correlations With Academic Performance and Stress by Therese Hoff Macan, Comila Shahani, Robert L. 2012.
National Institute of Mental of Health. Students are also more aware of rising college debt — $1.2 trillion nationally — and are more wary of being saddled with huge loans to repay. How to Survive the Third Year of Medical School: Common Pitfalls by Apollo aka L.Y. 36, No 160. 3, 2014.
Global Cognition in Why Overconfidence Occurs and How to Overcome it: Sieck, W., Merkle, E., & Van Zandt, T. Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall shows in the article titled IQ and School Achievement, “Modern intelligence tests have been designed with Binet’s original purpose in mind: to predict how well individual students are likely to perform in the classroom and similar situations. Indeed, the performance of participants scoring high on Raven’s Standard Progressive Matrices test was less impaired by a mismatch between the stimulus-response relation in the current and the previous trial.” The study substantiates that the more intelligent that someone is is the more flexible that he or she is cognitively. Wood, and Robert A. 14, 2013.
Beyond the Rhetoric Improving College Readiness Through Coherent State Policy in higher education.org, “N.D”. 15. October 14, 2014.
See. Student responsibility is demonstrated when students make choices and take actions which lead them toward their educational goals.” Lastly, not at all, in addition to student responsibility, the parents or the members of the schools have to talk to the teenage college students about how alcohol can cause them troubles. Volume 4 Number 2.
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Texas College Rejects Nigerian Applicants, Cites Ebola Cases by Dan Mangan, October 14, 2014. October 21. The World Largest Network of Learning Disabilities and ADHD. August 22, 2012.
Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. November 11. August 20, 2012.
Neil Kokemuller, What Causes Students to Fail Courses in College in Global Post, “N.D” November 12, 2013.
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Education-Portal, “75 to 98 Percent of College Students Have Cheated.” Education-Portal.com. 2006. ” Postsecondary Access And Success for First-Generation College Students.” Aft.org. 2000. “The Homework Experience: Perceptions Of Low-Income Youth.” Journal Of Advanced Academics 22.2 (2011): 250-278. Wheeler in The End of the College Roommate, More and more schools are letting students live in single dorm rooms in theatlantic.com, Feb. thesis, University of Maryland, College Park, on file with ProQuest Information and Learning Company by Boccanfuso, Christopher in dignityinscool.org, 2005. Also, we can infer from this study that schools where students have a better IQ score have better academic performance than those where students have lesser IQ scores, or schools where students have better IQ scores do not have but mostly have better general behavior rate than those where students do not have a better academic performance. October 14, 2014.
See. Cherif, Gerald E. If the correlation between IQ and SAT was zero, it would mean that knowing someone’s IQ would give you no clue as to how well they will do on their SATs – the one doesn’t predict the other. “What is at the Root of Poor Primary School Performance?” Volume 1, Issue 4-5 / March-April 2009.
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Many students go to college with the hope of giving themselves the skill that they need but often fail or drop out not entirely only because they are unprepared to attend college academically but for many reasons. Oct. “Depression and Anxiety among College Students,” Psych Central. She said she spent the majority of her college days in her room unable to leave because she couldn’t stop crying because of depression” (Moustafa and Linh Ta). Adams, Farahnaz Movahedzadeh, Margaret A. It’s just not worth sacrificing sleep to study!” Many of them are unmotivated , so they come to class late or do not attend class, which is negatively affecting their academic performances. January 5, 2014.
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Jeremy Olson in Bad habits can mean bad grades, University of Minnesota study. “Children’s Perseverance in School Activities” by Evelyn Trimborn, eHow Contributor. Abour H. Volume 42, Number 3. Womble of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in IMPACT OF STRESS FACTORS ON COLLEGE STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE. He is currently attending Nova Southestern University, pursuing his doctorate in education management leadership, and he is currently holding teaching position with The School District of Palm Beach County. Ahmet Adal?er Cyprus show in the article titled THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTERNET ADDICTION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS, “Students dropout from school to spend time on computers.” Some students are the first persons from their families to attend college. Retrieved [October 17, 2013] from http://www.edpsycinteractive/files/parinvol.htm.
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As a matter of fact, students can face troubles if they lack cognitive flexibility. Stine brickner, one of the paper’s authors, said ‘What they did not expect is that even if they work hard, they still will not do well’” (safdar). 22. October16, 2013.
The Relationship of Fear of Negative Evaluation and Perfectionism in College Students by Wayne Stephan, Amber Stephan, & Rosealee Palmer of Huntington University.
See. 2, No. (2005). Web. Mond. Low self-esteem, large classes, relationship problems, or laziness is negatively affecting many students. Wed. Carol L. Iarovici, MD, Medscape Multispecialty in Adolescent ADHD in Advokat CD, Guidry D, Martino L in the article titled Licit and Illicit Use of Medications for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Undergraduate College Students in Journal of the American College of Health and Wilens TE, Adler LA, Adams J, et al in the article titled Misuse and Diversion of Stimulants Prescribed for ADHD: A Systematic Review of the Literature in the Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. Helathnewstrack. 24. “N.D” 6/17/ 2014.
First Bad Grade: What Do I Do Next? by Nicole Eisenberg on October 07, 2011Junior > Marketing & Supply Chain Management > University of Maryland, College Park. January 28, 2014.
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“Dr. Murphy & Terence Hicks. Forty-four students came from the two government schools and 43 from the two non-government schools. Tue. Kakuma News Reflector – A Refugee Free Press. Colleges that can reduce net costs to families are gaining more of an edge in attracting students to their campus. Alston, Clifford Nowell and Richard M. Aug. http://www.kpho.com/story/26763562/study-says-college-students-addicted-to-technology.
Constitutional Rights Foundation, Causes of School Violence, http://www.crf-usa.org/school-violence/causes-of-school-violence.html. Web. Many students have to realize that 21 is the minimum drinking age or do not drink or smoke or use drugs at all. “For general behaviour, the teachers were asked to complete a Likert-type ranking for each child in their class” (Imbrosciano & Berlach). Dipboye, Amanda Peek Phillips
See: Ethan Yazzie-Mintz in the article titled Students are bored, many skip school, lack adult support, Feb. Published in final edited form as: J Adolesc Health. http://studentaffairs.com/ejournal/Spring_2002/files/CentralFlorida.htm
Jason Kane. According to the Theses, Dissertations, and Capstone Projects titled Cognitive Flexibility In A Forensic Population by Deborah M. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE: FINDINGS FROM THE 1999 LIFESTYLES SURVEY by Patricia M. As a result, most of those students have trouble staying awake in class. Maria Chairez, “Why Do Youth Drop out? ” “U.S. “<em>Poll: Money Problems Reason College Students Might Drop out</em>.” <em>boston.cbslocal.com.</em> ” N.p” April 20, 2011. “Data suggests that college students are getting lazy,” September 29, 2010. 03, 2014.
David R. August. March. Ormrod Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall in IQ and School Achievement in education.com, “ND. “College Students Texting During Class, Students Say Professors Would Be Shocked at the Number of Texts Sent During Class ,”Dec 3 2010 . “N.D” October 30, 2013.
Why Students Drop Out of College by Diann Fisher in teachnologist.com. Department of Justice.
Cheating in College: Where It Happens, Why Students Do It and How to Stop It by Bryce Buchmann, Texas A&M, 02/20/2014. Meyers, MD in WebMD Feature. 18, 2014.
Postman, Joel. Pia Bhathal in Smoking Can Affect Students’ Judgment, March 9, 2011. Web. 17Oct. Many college graduates cannot find college level jobs. They lack organizational skills. October 15, 2013.
Go College , “Top 11 Reasons Why Students Drop out of College,” Friday, Nov. Results confirm that there is pronounced variation within the general population relating to ASD traits, which reflect similar (though less severe) social-cognitive and emotional features to those observed in ASDs” (ElifGökçen, Konstantinos V. 2012. Another study shows that sleep strengthens memories so they become clear and resistant to interferences and distractions. ” The Consequences of Cheating for Students.” Ehow.com. Brody, 1997; Gustafsson & Undheim, 1996; Sattler, 2001). ” College Students Stressed By War.” Usa.today.com. Underage drinking and sexual assaults By Richard P. Students with higher IQ scores do better on standardized achievement tests, have higher school grades, and complete more years of education.”Treena Rohde and Lee Anne Thompson show in their study: “While the link between crystallized intelligence and SAT combined scores is obviously very striking, crystallized intelligence is not significantly linked to GPA. Febrary 24, 2012. For example, “The National Math and Science Initiative’s College Readiness Program offers students the opportunity to take college-level curriculum and earn college credit. J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol. In addition to that, Carla Rivera indicates in the article titled Cost, Financial Aid Becoming More Important in College Choice that “the responses may indicate a ‘disconnect’ between students’ expectations and the drive to integrate more Massive Open Online Courses — or MOOCs — and other online technologies.” They choose hard programs, they are not that much or are not strategically prepared for taking their test in college, or they come from low-income families. Journal of Education Studies (2005): 97, 96. “Why Studence Fail?” Youtube.com.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjMJZbjExSl. Retrieved from: http://commons.pacificu.edu/spp/29
Lynn O’Shaughnessy, 25 Universities With the Worst Graduation Rates, February 2, 2011, CBSNEWS from the federal education database known as IPEDS . 28, 2007. Students have more responsibilities. October 25, 2013.
Chase, Peru: Gender discrimination causes young girls to miss school peruthisweek news, October 14, 2013. College Students Journal. Special Report / Why Students Drop Out by Amy M. Michael Tunney shows that “getting a degree is no longer a ticket to a job with a salary and benefits. 74% experience feelings of mental distress once a month or more, and 1/3 suffered mental distress every week.” In the article titled The Role of Comprehensive School Health Education Programs in the Link between Health in Academic Performance: A literature review in the Health of Learning Project, the author indicates that the American School Health Association and the United States Department of Health and Human Services shows in 1998 that health problems can cause students to have trouble learning and concentrating in school; many studies demonstrate that health problems cause students to engage in risky activities, causing them to have memory problems or to pay attention little or not pay attention in class(1). October 13, 2013.
See. It requires a lot of skills or thinking skills. November 11. “If You Want to Know Why Students Fail, Just Ask Them.” <em>U.S. 11 & 12, 2014. Dipboye, Amanda Peek Phillips in their article titled College Students’ Time Management: Correlations With Academic Performance and Stress.
See. Fortunately, in February 2009, he had the chance to come to the United States, attended Glade Central High School, and graduated in May 2010 . That causes them to fail. News, covering graduate schools, 10 Colleges Where Graduates Have a Low Average Debt Load, December 10, 2013. 2012.
See: Theravive in Sel-esteem, http://www.theravive.com/services/self-esteem.htm. December 8, 2013.
Sara Martinez Tucker in Getting More Low-Income Students into College Isn’t about Money, It’s About the Curriculum By Sara Martinez Tucker. 8, 2014.
See. Secondly, in all the school listed above, they asked the instructors to rank their students according to how they knew their students were intelligent and how they performed in their classes. 2008. Removing the desire to cheat is the least immediately practical but most assured way of encouraging academic integrity.” Additionally, students have to stop using social sites, stop getting suspended in school, stop texting in class, stop being overconfident, stop eating badly, or stop procrastinating. 28, 2014. Thursday, July 27. ” Causes of Failure in College,” “N.D” Oct. 2012.
Naomi Schaefer Riley in Why do college kids have so much time to smoke pot. 7, 2014.
See: The article titled College Campus Violence in Youth violence project by curry school of education: http://curry.virginia.edu/research/projects/violence-in-schools/college-campus-violence.
See: Teacher Perceptions of the Relationships between Intelligence, Student Behavior, and Academic Performance by Anthony Imbrosciano and Richard Berlach, Issues In Educational Research, Vol 13, 2003. In that study, the many reasons students provided for failing courses and colleges were grouped into seven main categories, including motivation (35%), study habits (17%), academic preparedness, (12%), external factors (11%), attitudes (11%), instruction (10%), and relevancy issues (4%)”( Abour H. ‘It’s dry and hard to get through, so if you can create an oasis in there, it would be a good thing,’ says Dr. Educationrealist, February 6, 2012. ” N.D” December 07, 2013.
See: Obama Forming Task Force to Protect College Students from Sex Assaults by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in daily news, Wednesday January 22, 2014. March 10, 2014.
See: Sandra Lilley in the article titled New Report Looks at Nation’s Undocumented College Students.
WHAT RESEARCH SAYS ABOUT PARENT INVOLVEMENT IN CHILDREN’S EDUCATION In Relation to Academic Achievement by Michigan Department of Education. October 13, 2014.
CLAPS. Race seems to be a factor in the problem. O’ROURKE. We have to help the students who come from low-income families. (IQ Predicts Academic Achievement). Harper, an associate professor and executive director of the Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education at the University of Pennsylvania, who has led studies on black male achievement. At some point in your life, you’ll have to learn to become self-reliant to survive in an environment like that”(Tunney).
Megan Slack in the article titled President Obama Explains His Plan to Combat Rising College Costs The white House.gov, August 22, 2013. According to JUSTIN KASTORY in his article titled The SOLUTIONS TO ACADEMIC PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE, “In college, the amount of homework to do is higher. 15. 2012.
Sheryl M. September 28, 2012.
See. “First-generation college students at a four-year university: background characteristics, reasons for pursuing higher education, and first-year experiences – Statistical Data Included.” Findarticle.com. “The results have shown that there is a significant relationship between emotional intelligence and life satisfaction. 16 Oct. According to Katherine Mangan in a report released by the Center for Community College Student Engagement at the University of Texas here, “Admissions counselors and professors should focus on students’ assets, not their deficits, said Shaun R. “AC 2012-4382: FACTORS THAT AFFECT STUDENT FRUSTRATION LEVEL IN INTRODUCTORY LABORATORY EXPERIENCES.” Sept 20, 2012.
See. With early detection, the right help and hard work students with dyslexia can and do learn successfully. Petrides, KristelleHudry, Norah Frederickson, and Luke D. F. He shows that “more recently, scientist dissatisfied with the traditional idea of a single intelligence have postulated alternate theories of ‘multiple intelligences’ – that is, intelligence is the result of several independent abilities which combine to contribute to the total performance of an individual.” Cohen talks about Howard Gardner’s theory and Robert Sternberg’s theory. “SOCIAL NETWORKING USAGE AND GRADES AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS,”A Study to Determine the Correlation Of Social Media Usage and Grades. Wood, and Robert A. September 13, 2015. “N.D” January 07, 2013.
Carole Murphy in Use of social media sites linked to lower GPA in statepress, November 30, 2011.December 14, 2013.
Plagerism.org, Facts & Stats, Academic Integrity in College and Graduate School, plagiarism.org. “Overcoming Laziness.” ” N.D” August 21, 2012.
See. Mond. A few of them are unenforced rules, lack of communication, teacher-student relationship, lack of leadership, lack of motivation, and bad habit.”
See. According to UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN in the article titled Loneliness, “Students can deal with loneliness by becoming too quickly and deeply involved with people and activities without evaluating the consequences of their involvement. ” Why the Dropout Rate so High?” Youthvoice.net. Communication skills training program has been conducted for the test group in 1-5 hours 8 sessions and post-test is done on both groups after training. The think tank uses these professor ratings when it compiles its annual college rankings for Forbes.
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Why Do Students Fail or Get Less Marks in Exam? – Causes in studyandexam.com. “N,D.” August 20, 2012.
J. August. Perceptions of Libraries, 2010: Context and Community. <em>ERIC</em>. We also need to provide adequate training and ongoing mentorship opportunities for teachers and change the collective mindset when it comes to how the learning process works, making coursework more relevant, interactive and engaging. Miller and Coleen Murray, “The American Association of College and Universities (AAC&U) reports that ‘ 53% of students entering our colleges and universities are academically underprepared, lacking basic skills in at least one of the three basic areas of reading, writing or mathematics’ (Tritelli, 2003).” This statistic seems to demonstrate that most students enter college without some skills, or academic unpreparedness is an issue that exists among college students as Harry H. Its quotient (IQ) is the score you get on an intelligence test. May.16, 2012.
Survey: Majority of college students elect not to buy new textbooks by DAVID KRECHEVSKY in REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN, Tuesday, January 28, 2014. October 15, 2013.
Dr. But the study of intelligence is dogged by questions of just how much IQ contributes to an individual’s success and well-being, how genes and environment interact to generate smarts and why the average IQ score rose throughout the world during the twentieth century,” as stated in the article titled What Is Intelligence in Psychology today. June 17, 2014.
Webmaster, The College Student with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) , July 15, 2005 in SAC, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. 17, 2010. In addition to that, the government school in a lower SES area has a teacher’s APR (academic performance) of 0.378 with a teacher’s GBR(general behavior rate) of 0.098, the non-government/Catholic school in the same lower SES area has a teacher’s APR of 0.226 and a teacher’s GBR of -0.138, the government school in a higher SES area has a teacher’s APR of 0.636 with a teacher’s GBR of 0.491, and the non-government/Catholic school in the same higher SES area has a teacher’s APR of 0.503 and a teacher’s GBR of 0.287. Connection Between Alcohol and Drugs in Alchoolrehab, Dara Thailand.
Catrina G. They analyzed the results in a covariant manner. Remember, you can’t get the time back you spend doing something that’s not worth it.” For a particular type of reason, many college graduates may not find job after graduation. ” June 17, 2014.
“Data strongly suggest that if you can improve your fluid intelligence by40% or more, the effect will translate directly into higher SAT scores,” according to Treena Rohde and Lee Anne Thompson.
Cheers! Students who binge drink are happier with university life, claims study,News, by By Agency staff. February 14, 2012. “N.P” Feb. November 14, 2013.
See: Graham Hurlburt, Randy Kroeker, and Eldon Gade in STUDY ORIENTATION, PERSISTENCE AND RETENTION OF NATIVE STUDENTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR CONFLUENT EDUCATION.
See: Shabbir Ahmad Rana Rukhsana Kausar in Comparison of Study Habits and Academic Performance of Pakistani British and White British Students.
David.<em>”</em>Colleges Are Failing in Graduation Rates.”<em>nytimes.com</em>.. Dr. 2012.
The Effects of Excessive Absenteeism in Schools by Malikah Walters,”an English professor, and has been instructing English and education courses at the college level since 2008. Brody, 1997; Gustafsson&Undheim, 1996; Sattler, 2001). As Dale Schunk says, “The process goal promoted self-efficacy and achievement the best. 2011.
Examiner in Why Poor Time Management Could Be a Huge Enemy in a College Relationship, February 17, 2010. Letham, Susan. In fact, it has divided the scientific community for decades and controversies still rage over its exact definition and form of measurement,” according to Hsin-Yi Cohen, BSc, MA, Mst. Williams and S. in Raising Readers, Writers, and Spellers, the author of Raising Confident Readers, How to Teach Your Child to Read and Write–from Baby to Age 7, in the article titled A Lack of Parent Engagement Helps Create Failing Schools, July 13, 2011. Remez Sasson,
Cynthia G Schott of the University of Florida and Gerald C. Miller and Coleen Murray” in Nacada.
Rajeev, Loveleena. Youthvoice. July 21. October 13, 2013.
Kyle Chayka , Congratulations! Science Confirms That Post-Breakup Revenge Sex Is a Real Phenomenon, Time New Feed, Jan. For reading, the corresponding percentages are 16, 29, and 54. A December UI graduate, Bushby went from being a straight A student at the beginning of her undergraduate studies to not being able to get through classes. V2, N6 2002. A correlation of r > .70 is considered very strong. 2011</em>
Blai, Boris, Jr. Reasons Why Intelligent Students Sometimes Fail by Wayne State University febuary 16, 2007. Additionally, scientists have tried to find out what is the correlation between IQ and GPA scores and SAT scores. All rights reserved, December 09, 2013.
See: Understanding Mathematics by Peter Alfeld, Department of Mathematics, university of Utah, Do you ask questions in class? 30-Dec-1997, December 07, 2013.
Farooqi, Saif. Fortunately, it seems to be conceivable that low-income students seem to start receiving help. In addition to holding a master’s degree in education from Towson University, Walters is also a certified master life coach and is the founder and owner of Spiritual Counseling and Life Coaching LLC., an international mental health counseling company”( classroom.synonym.com) in classroom synonym http://classroom.synonym.com/effects-excessive-absenteeism-schools-3900.html.
Detroit.cbslocal, Young & Free Michigan Helps Students Pay For College, January 28, 2014. Since cultural ideas may influence the prevalence of cheating, the best long-term solution may be to take a societal approach. 2012.
Convissor, Kate. Black men are the most engaged in tutoring and orientation sessions but report the least success. Cosden (1997), “Risk, Resilience, and Adjustment of Individuals with Learning Disabilities.” ID online.org. Also, research shows that when schools make an effort to support pregnant girls in their education, they can have a significant impact in lowering their drop-out rates,” according to Linda Mangel, Education Equity Director, in her article titled Teen Pregnancy, Discrimination, and the Dropout Rate in ACLU. Available: http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/QR5-3/mcdermott.html
Cass, Connie. NEWBOLD, and MATTHEW A. Nicholas Freudenberg and Jessica Ruglis in the article titled Reframing School Dropout as a Public Health Issue.
Survey: 17% of high schoolers drink, smoke, use drugs during school day by Carl Azuz, CNN, August 22nd, 2012 , November 26, 2013.
Heavy Alcohol Consumption Linked With Worsening PTSD Symptoms Among College Students in huffingtonpost.com , 01/17/2014. That makes the situation a little more complicated. 68 percent of teen alcohol-related deaths actually due to factors other than drunk driving, MADD reports by Amanda Woerner in Fox News.
Arsht, McGoldrick, Sims, & Williams in their article. September 3, 2015.
“The bulk of attrition comes in engineering and among pre-med majors, who typically leave STEM fields if their hopes for medical school fade. Gawlik. Thus he believes that standard IQ tests and psychometric tests focus on certain components, such as logical and linguistic, while completely ignoring other components which may be equally important.” Cohen argues that intelligence has more than one aspects. Cyber College Internet Campus. 19. June 17, 2014.
Picking the wrong college major can be an expensive error by Liz Weston Reuters in NBC News Business, Nov. October 30, 2013.
Why Students Drink by the University of Minnesota
Brigham Young University, Center for Teaching & Learning, states, Helping Students Take Responsibility for Learning: http://ctl.byu.edu/teaching-tips/helping-students-take-responsibility-learning, “N.D” Feb. As stated in the article titled Schools Coping with Students Unprepared for College, “Academically unprepared or under-prepared students are more likely to drop out, a problem that carries heavy financial costs not only to the students but also to the public ” (News-Leader.com). Family Relations , Vol. 8, 2012. “A young black student at a Texas community college, identified only as James, told the interviewer in August 2009 that he was pumped up about college because he was ‘all about learning new things.’ In subsequent interviews over the next few months, however, his demeanor became more subdued, and by November, he was visibly slumping, his face partially obscured by his orange hoodie. “Five Misconceptions about Learning Disabilities,” PS News Hours. XIII International Symposium SymOrg 2012, 05 – 09 June 2012, Zlatibor, Serbia. December 1, 2010. Also, many of them use social sites or do not manage their time properly or are not that much intelligent. February 05, 2014.
See: lawstuff.org in the article Discrimination at School, “N.D” December 7, 2013.
See. In addition to that, Katherine Mangan shows in the article titled Minority Male Students Face Challenge to Achieve at Community Colleges in The Chronic of Higher Education that “one contributing factor to the pattern: Minority students tend to enter college with weaker academic skills. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2012 January 1. Kent Butler. Most agree that intelligence is an umbrella term which covers a variety of related mental abilities.”
Ashburn, Elyse. Adams, Farahnaz Movahedzadeh, Margaret A. 2001. Education programs with the GE Foundation. August 22, 2012.
Intelligence has a relation with cognitive flexibility. “The AUIS Revolution,” April 4, 2012.. October 17, 2015: https://news.osu.edu/news/2015/10/16/prescription-drugs/.
See: The dissertation titled FACULTY AND STUDENT OUT-OF-CLASSROOM INTERACTION: STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF QUALITY OF INTERACTION by Rosalind Veronica Alderman, Submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies of Texas A&M University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Administration in May 2008. 1, pp. “Fifty three percent of recent college grads are jobless or underemployed, and forty five percent are still living with their parents. 07, 2014.
Student Safety Net Home in pleasval in Personal Responsibility (for Students): http://www.pleasval.k12.ia.us/studyskills/studentpersonalresponsibility.htm, December 07, 2013.
According to the article titled Beyond the Rhetoric Improving College Readiness Through Coherent State Policy in higher education.org, “Lack of readiness for college is a major culprit in low graduation rates, as the majority of students who begin in remedial courses never complete their college degrees. “Academically Underprepared Students” by Marsha A. Adams, Farahnaz Movahedzadeh, Margaret A. November 18, 2011.
See: Sleep Habits: More Important Than You Think, Chronic Sleep Deprivation May Harm Health by Michael J. Not only this study shows that correlation, but other experts also conceivably show that correlation in the study titled Sub-threshold Autism Traits: The role of Trait Emotional Intelligence And Cognitive Flexibility. Gilbert of Vanderbilt University, Sarah Novick of Boston University, and Jessica Gomez Of Boston University that was conduct by In Press, Teachers College Record. This kind of relationship is shown on the right plot below” … Ideas and Research You Can Use: VISTAS 2010. “Short Term Effects of Bad Eating Habits” by August McLaughlin, Demand Media. Effects and Consequences of Underage Drinking by Melodee Hanes, Acting Administrator in U.S. 2012.
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Khadeeja Safdar, Math, Science Popular Until Students Realize They’re Hard in Real time Economics, July 8, 2013. 2011
See: Lynn O’Shaughnessy, “25 colleges with the worst professors” in CBS news.com. How Cultural Differences May Affect Student Performance by Karen McGee, M.A.
Caveon, “Cheating Statistics.” Caveon.com. “Students Failing English Due to Twitter, Facebook,”socialmediatoday. 15. “Depression and College Students, Answers to college students’ frequently asked questions about depression”. Kidshealth. Many teachers or instructors cause students troubles. However, it does not have an absolute relationship with student’s behavior in every school but almost or mostly have a relationship with it because the one exception was the non-government school in a high SES area. According to Richard Millsap in his article titled Why Do Some Students Succeed And Others Fail to Achieve Desired Class Grades, And Academic Goals & Objectives, students fail sometimes because they are not that much intelligent or are undisciplined. Science Leadership Academy in the study of Suspensions vs. 29, No. 2012.
According to the article titled Aspergers Checklist: Cognitive Issues in myaspergerschild.com, a student who lacks cognitive flexibility can experience the followings problems: “difficulty with organizational skills, sequencing, task initiation,incorporating new information with previously acquired information, transitions, task completion, or direction following or difficulty when novel material is presented without visual support.”
Why Students Drop Out: Perceptions of Educators, Parents, and Students by SEDL.
Does academic achievement have a relation with intelligence or IQ score and discipline or behavior? How can lack of discipline or bad behavior and little or lack of intelligence affect students? According to a study titled Teacher Perceptions of the Relationships between Intelligence, Student Behavior, and Academic Performance by Anthony Imbrosciano and Richard Berlach, they tried to find out how academic performance was correlated with intelligence and behavior. . 31) In UMBC,”N.D” Feb. 2012.
University of Florida, CWC, Counselling & Wellness Center in Stress and College Students, “N.D” Feb. Learn. According to Marsha A. January 12, 2014.
RAMPELL , CATHERINE: Many With New College Degree Find the Job Market Humbling, May 18, 2011 in The New York times. December 31, 2013.
News Digest &Neil Sturomski “Interventions for Students with Learning Disabilities &Teaching Students With Learning Disabilities To Use Learning Strategies” NICHCY. “College Students with Children,” “Sources: Johnson, Jean et al. Thursday, July, 27. Olsen, University of South Carolina. October 15, 2013.
Intelligence and cognitive flexibility: fluid intelligence correlates with feature “unbinding” across perception and action by Colzato LS1, van Wouwe NC, Lavender TJ, Hommel B. 19. Education Reform, November 29, 2013.
See. SuccessConsciousness.com. The government, school authorities, everyone, or parents have to try to help out the students who get pregnant. Students have to comunicate with their instructors when they struggle; their professors can understand them because “they are people” as Nicole Eisenberg shows on College Magazines. Martyn, and Jeremy Dunningin the article titled Why Do Students Fail? Faculty’s Perspective in Higher Learning Commission). 3/11/2014. Feb. Learning is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration . Miller and Coleen Murray , as Harry H. Sep. “The Evolution of Cheating.” TVCCnewsjournal.com. January 13, 2014.
Scheffler RM, Brown TT, Fulton BD, Hinshaw SP, Levine P, and Stone Show in Positive association between attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder medication.reference: National Institute of Mental Health. 15. “Girls who leave due to pregnancy report that they would have stayed in school if they had received greater support from the adults at school. The few researchers who examined the impact of addiction, mental illness, chronic diseases, or mortality among parents on students’ school achievement suggest it has a substantial effect (33,34),” according to Dr. In a recent North Carolina campaign ad, Obama vowed to improve education but also emphasized that ‘the truth is government can’t do it all.’ During his campaign speeches, he implores that parents had to get involved or ‘make sure your son or your daughter is doing his or her homework.’” On the other hand, according to Publicagenda.org in the article titled Parents Want to Be Involved in Children’s Education Yet Don’t Understand Key Factors Affecting Public Education Quality, Survey Shows Few Know What Children Should be Learning or How Schools Function and Rank; Only 50 Percent Want Children to Have More Challenging Courses ,”‘Many parents report the kinds of changes they believe would enhance their involvement, and what obstacles they encounter that hinder it,’ said Kelli Wells, director of U.S. There are two main types of intelligences according to Hsin-Yi Cohen. In addition to that, as Diann Fisher shows in his article titled Why Students Drop Out of College, students enter college but end up to not do well or drop out for many reasons, and one of those reasons is that “they find that the academic program is too hard.”
Peter Blizard in Causes Student Failure — Why Do Students Fail University Courses. December 27, 2013.
“Faculty respondents said students are not aware of the rigors of their chosen discipline. Studies repeatedly show that performance on intelligence tests is correlated with school achievement (N. There are seven major disciplines: human intelligence, imagery intelligence, measurement and signature intelligence, signals intelligence, open-source intelligence, technical intelligence, and counterintelligence.” Scientists have been analyzed some tests that can help measuring intelligence. Students experience ‘stereotype threat,’ he argues, when they feel pressure not to conform to a negative stereotype, whether it’s women in a science class or black men in a college course.” Many students do not eat well. “Bad Eating Habits and Students’ Performance” by Saeed Mubarak in Education Land.
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Alexandra Sifferlin, New Worry for College Students: Food Insecurity Time Health & Family, Jan. 8, 2014.
Connie Cass, Poll: College students get hard lessons in finance (USATODAY.com, 2011). Education and parental involvement in secondary schools: Problems, solutions, and effects. in Poor Academic Performance–Why? In ERIC: ND, http://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED110106, February 07, 2014.
See. They have to write long paper and read long assignments”(1). In short, academic success is not governed by a student’s cognitive abilities alone. Mohsen Haghbin , Adam McCaffrey, and Timothy A. Handler, M.D. Low-income students taking and passing AP exams are 32% more likely to graduate from college than their matched non-AP peers.” according to Sara Martinez Tucker in the article titled Getting More Low-Income Students into College Isn’t about Money, It’s About the Curriculum, “and memorization and rote learning won’t work any longer. http://www.laweekly.com/informer/2014/03/12/more-students-are-choosing-colleges-by-price-ucla-says.
According to the article titled Discipline And Causes of Indiscipline by Mohammed Rhalmi, “There are many causes of indiscipline in school. Feb. October 12, 2014.
See. He says that “Robert Sternberg, proposes that there are 3 fundamental aspects to intelligence: analytical, practical, and creative. They say, “To succeed, students need to have good reasons for taking a given course and for being in school. “The report, ‘Rape and Sexual Assault: A Renewed Call to Action,’ says rape’s prevalence is highest at college, fueled by drinking and drug use that can incapacitate victims. Lu Yu in Internet addiction, which was edited by Donald W. December 31, 2013.
Alex Ondracek in the article titled Bad Sleeping Habits Affect Grades, Ability to Absorb Information in Class , Sep 6, 2012. 1997 November 11. March 16, 2012. ” Lack of discipline, discouragement, perfectionism or fear of negative evaluation, burnout, violence, obesity, discrimination, loneliness, overconfidence, thinking problem, or college cost causes them troubles. Wood, and Robert A. Young in The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 28, 2010. <em>homeworktips.about.com. Murray, Carol Mertens, E Richard Dustin of the University of Iowa, “Student Self-Esteem and the School System: Perceptions and Implications” May and June 1996. Adams, Farahnaz Movahedzadeh, Margaret A. Feb. November 27, 2013.
Women more than twice as likely to be depressed in The Telegraph. The remaining 75% need remedial work in English, mathematics, or both.”
See. “Students from a low income household have a harder chance of succeeding in college,” according to Harry Harrison in the article titled Getting Students from Low Income Households into College. Department of Education, and CEO and President of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund shows in Getting More Low-Income Students into College Isn’t about Money, It’s About the Curriculum By Sara Martinez Tucker that “we need to set aggressive performance goals for schools, teachers and students, create higher expectations for success, and open up rigorous classes to every student. The New York Times, 8 Sept. Department of Health and Human Services,Fact Sheet: Education
L. 25. 19. Feb. Students are pregnant. L. Prev Chronic Dis 2007;4(4). 19 July 2012.
Susan D. “College Students Do Not Have Good Eating Habits” by Palmira in Agencia De Noticiasum. For the IQ result, they found that the government school in a lower SES area has a mean IQ score for total sample of 96, the non-government/Catholic school in the same lower SES area has a mean IQ score for total sample of 90, the government school in a higher SES area has a mean IQ score for total sample of 110, and the non-government/Catholic school in the same higher SES area has a mean IQ score for total sample of 111. 17 Oct. Dr. 2012.
Ashburn, Elyse.<em>THE CHRONICLE of Higher Education</em>.. What faculties say.”Faculty members perceive that the three main root-cause factors for students failing are (1) student-related factors, which were mentioned 415 times, or 68 percent of the responses; (2) life and socioeconomic issues, which were mentioned 70 times, or 12 percent of the responses; and (3) failures of the educational system, which were mentioned 125 times or 20 percent of the responses” (Abour H. October 30, 2013.
Lastly, not at all, race seems to be a factor in the problem. Best-Selling Parenting Author in the article titled What Causes Students to Fail or Drop out of College. “Loneliness and Depression Levels of Students Us?ng a University Counseling Center,” Education and Science. Feichtinger at Pacific University at the School of Professional Psychology, “Lack of cognitive flexibility leads to dysfunctional problem solving actions that violate others’ rights.”
See: 3 Ways to Avoid the Consequences of Pre-Fall Break Burnout by Luis Ruuska, Editor-at-large, University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Azzam. 2012.
See. 15. Web. Mars 13, 2012. Being a writer is something that he has a certain zeal to become in his life, but right now, he is trying, hoping to become a famous one one day. 03, 2014.
See. List came from RateMyProfessor data gathered by the Center for College Affordability and Productivity. According to Ethan Yazzie-Mintz in the article titled Students Are Bored, Many Skip School, Lack Adult Support, “Seventy-three percent of students who have considered dropping out said it was because ‘I didn’t like the school.” They get suspended in school, or they lack confidence or have a language barrier. Therese Hoff Macan, Comila Shahani, Robert L. Tomas Estrada, Elizabethtown College & Dr. As Grace Fleming states in the article titled Teens and Sleep Deprivation, Making Time for Sleep and Homework, “A more recent study shows that sacrificing sleep to study actually does more harm than good. 08, 2014.
Elizabeth Walcot-Gayda, Ph. 17 Oct. 25. Rumberger , University of California, Santa Barbara. Web. 2011. Dec. There are different types of intelligence. As Hsin-Yi Cohen, BSc, MA, Mst states, “Like the definitions of intelligence, the measurement of intelligence is dogged by controversy and disagreement. 2012.
Hall, Celia. 9, 2013.
Students’ Intelligence can be measured by IQ score.”The impact of IQ level on educational achievement can be understood in terms of a useful statistic called a correlation (r) -a measure from 0 to 1.0 of the ‘link’ or strength of a relationship between two variables – e.g. Experts say building skills like grit and perseverance will help increase college readiness in the U.S by Celia R. ” Blogpost.com..Only the best, May 12,2009. Effects of Teenage Drinking in learn-about-alcoholism.com.
Fleming, Grace. Sept 3, 2015.
Why Science Majors Change Their Minds (It’s Just So Darn Hard) by CHRISTOPHER DREW in The New York Times, Published: November 4, 2011. 06. Smillie).
See: A GUIDE FOR STUDENTS STUDYING ACCOUNTING, “N.D” December 07, 2013.
Ernest W. Fozdar, Kumar & Kannan ~ A Survey of a Study on the Reasons Responsible for Student Dropout from the Bachelor of Science Programme at Indira Gandhi National Open University. “N.P” “n.d.” Monday. Robert Pitcher of the Educational Development Center at the University of Alabama shows. http://clubs.calvin.edu/chimes/991112/opinions_01.html
Obesity on Campus by Phillip B Sparling, EdD, Professor of Applied Physiologycorresponding author in ncbi, Public Health Research, Practice, And Policy. August 21, 2012.
Juutinen, Sanna & Saariluoma, Pertti. “LONELINESS: THE ROLE THAT IT PLAYS ON A STUDENT’S ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE.”Tuesday, May 12, 2009. Campbell in Lawyer Journal, Masbar.
Dyslexia, Its impact on the Individual, Parents and Society by Lamk Al-Lamkim in NCBI, Sultan Qaboos Univ Med J. Obesity on Campus by Phillip B Sparling, EdD, Professor of Applied Physiology,Prev Chronic Dis. “millennial.” Sep 10 2015. With their Whole Lives Ahead of them: Myths and Realities about why so many Students Fail to Finish College. Apr. Faculties need ongoing advanced training in effective teaching online. According to the article titled Math, Science Popular Until Students Realize They’re Hard, “In a working paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, researchers Ralph Stine brickner of Berea College and Todd R. According to Marsha A. 2011.
Adams, Caralee. Based on a series of tests which assess various types of abilities, such a mathematical, spatial, verbal, logic, and memory, the results from such tests done on a group that is representative of the wider popular shows the classic ‘bell-shape’ distribution, meaning that most people are of average intelligence with a few at the extreme ends of the scale…”(Cohen). As Wayne State University shows in the article titled Why Intelligent Students Sometimes Failed, college students fail sometimes because they have an “inability to apply concepts to different situations.” As a matter of fact, not only can college students fail sometimes because they have this type of inability, but students who lack this type of ability or this type of flexibility can also face another problem. Some students have/aspire to become a physician . Filed under Editorials, Students life. Think before You Act and What Causes Many College Students to Fail or Drop out are two of his works that he likes the most. College, he concluded, wasn’t for him,” according to the article titled Minority Male Students Face Challenge to Achieve at Community Colleges by Katherine Mangan in The Chronic of Higher Education. and Wyndol Furman, Ph.D. September 28, 2012.
Mental health problems or health problems in general cause many students troubles. 15. September 28, 2012.
See. Jeffreys 2012. However, regardless of the various assessment methods used, students can benefit by being cognizant of common causes of class failure” (Kokemuller). We need to teach our kids how to reason, how to think; they need to know how to study before entering college.” As a matter of fact, statistics have shown that it gives better results when students take college level classes since in High school before entering college or when teachers have better equipment in the classroom. Admissions counselors and professors can also help. 50% said they have had trouble sleeping, 38 % suffered feelings of panic and 14 % had considered self-harming, according to the study. August 21, 2012.
Philstar in the article titled Fighting computer addiction in kids, November 28, 2010. Martyn, and Jeremy Dunning in the article titled Why Do Students Fail? Faculty’s Perspective in Higher Learning Commission, Collection of Papers 2014. UDC: 159.944.4.072-057.875(497.11)”2011/2012″ DOI: 10.7595/management.fon.2012.0019.October 30, 2013.
Study Says College Students Addicted to Technology, Oct. Faculty and academic managers need to think of creative ways to do this in our virtual learning environments. Box 6775, Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. “N.D” January 8, 2014. Johnson in The Graduate School of University of Wisconsin-Stout Menomonie, WI in May2011. As the University of Florida, CWC, Counselling & Wellness Center states in the article titled Stress and College Students, “There are four primary sources of stress: the environment- examples include noise, pollution, traffic and crowding, and the weather, physiological – examples include illness, injuries, hormonal fluctuations, and inadequate sleep or nutrition, thoughts – examples include the way students think affects how they respond, negative self-talk, catastrophizing, and perfectionism all contribute to increased stress, and social Stressors – examples include financial problems, work demands, social events, and losing a loved one. Mar. 19. Matthew Lynch in It’s Tough to Trailblaze: Challenges of First-Generation College Students, A 2010 study by the Department of Education January 23, 2013, Oct. Vedder hopes that this will ‘eliminate some of the unnecessary graduation requirements that serve as a barrier to graduation.’ With the proper incentives in place, meaning a performance-based funding model, we would not see these barriers to mobility, and fewer students would be closed out of classes.’” Students have to involve in social activities, and faculties or staff members have to try to create those activities in the academic environment. December 31, 2013.
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Aspergers Checklist: Cognitive Issues in myaspergerschild.com, “N.D” January 13, 2014.
See: Oona Goodin-Smith, Oakland University and Daniel Rader, Ohio University of the article titled Students Break the Bank to Buy Their Books.
15 Reasons Why You Should Drop Out Of College By Michael Tunney, October 21, 2013. A normative goal is relative to the attainments of others, such as being the first one in class to finish an assignment.” Students do not have cognitive flexibility, or they spend less time studying due to the mentality that they understand the quantity of work required because they think that college is like high school as Dr. Faculty Working Papers from the School of Education. Latinos are in between, and white men report the lowest levels of engagement at almost every level but the most success according to a report released on Wednesday by the Center for Community College Student Engagement at the University of Texas,” as it is stated in the article titled Minority Male Students Face Challenge to Achieve at Community Colleges by Katherine Mangan in The Chronic of Higher Education. 8, 2014.
See: Timing of first birth and its impact on school attainment among black women in South Africa by Karabo Mhele.
Mollman, Sarah. October 13, 2013.
See. Web. S. Writing Research Papers. According to the article titled Intelligence And Cognitive Flexibility: Fluid Intelligence Correlates with Feature “Unbinding” Across Perception And Action by Colzato LS1, van Wouwe NC, Lavender TJ,and Hommel B, “People integrate the features of perceived events and of action plans, as well as of episodic stimulus-response relations, into event files. The Top Five Reasons Why Students Fail To Succeed In School. “10 Signs You Picked The Wrong College Major,” May 9. January 5, 2013.
See. Oct 16, 2015. In addition to the problems that computer or internet addiction causes that have been stated above, Emre Balkan Cyprus and Dr. ‘The quality of their diet is being impacted. October 09, 2013.
Rachel Pancare shows in Effects of Tardiness on Your Child’s Education in Global Post, December 16, 2013.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN in Loneliness, Counseling Center at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign | 610 E John St | 217 333 3704 | RSS Feed Connect. Over 62 percent of students who were admitted to but did not attend their first-choice college said they were offered aid by the institution they chose to attend,” according to Dennis Romero in the article titled More Students Are Choosing Colleges by Price, UCLA Says.They have to choose appropriate school or assume responsibility. “Cognitive flexibility is defined as the ability to generate and shift response based on the changing demands of different situations,” according to the article titled The Role of Affective Flexibility and Cognitive Flexibility in Effective Antecedent-Focused and Online Reappraisal by Ashley M. January 28, 2014.
Day, Emily. Help minority students.”Instead of offering small, ’boutique’ programs for minority students that attract just a few dozen students, Ms. 07, 2013
Obama’s Free College Proposal Could Be ‘Game-Changer’ For State’s Students by Kathleen Megane. Stine brickner of the University of Western Ontario say that college students are fleeing from math, physics, chemistry and the like after dipping into some classes,”( Safdar). Most of them do not sleep adequately. Martyn, and Jeremy Dunningin the article titled Why Do Students Fail? Faculty’s Perspective in Higher Learning Commission, Collection of Papers 2014). Vol 89 (No. September 2, 2009 by Peter Gray in Freedom to Learn. “Plagerism Lines Blur for Students in Digital Age.” Nytimes.com The New York Times. November 25, 2013.
Many College Students Fear Going Hungry at Some Point: Survey by Robert Preidt in U.S news and world report, Jan. There are 115,000 graduates who are janitors,”(Tunney). 10 Theories On The Relationship Between Socioeconomic Status And Academic Achievement by Grant Wiggins, December 20, 2012, TeachThought Staff. The World Largest Network of Learning Disabilities and ADHD. “Weckmann offered a list of factors that can help increase resilience to depression: having a good social support network from friends, family and church, having regular exercise and a healthful diet, limiting the use of drugs and alcohol or not using at all, having a sense of purpose or helping others through volunteer work or caring for a pet, and maintaining treatment, such as therapy, meditation, medications and lifestyle changes” (Moustafa and Linh Ta). Picciano , Professor at the school of education at Hunter College of the City University of New York, JALN Volume 6, Issue 1 – July 2002. October 15, 2013.
Detroit.cbslocal, Young & Free Michigan Helps Students Pay For College, January 28, 2014. 17, 2012.
Mohamad Sabir. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Your Child: ADHD LD Online: ADHD: Building Academic SuccessThe Washington Post: The Answer Sheet: How Schools (Even Great Ones) Fail Kids With ADHD The New York Times: Health: Attention Deficity Disorder or Not, Pills Help in School. They used the T test. 15 June 2012. 2011.
See:JUSTIN KASTORY in his article titled The SOLUTIONS TO ACADEMIC PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE.
See. Parties, late night studies session or job-related obligations are taking precedence and leaving less time for the mandatory sleep needed for optimal performance” (Shragge). Feb. Sept. Paper 344.
See: College Students Can Learn To Drink Less, If Schools Help by Maanvi Singh, January 28, 2014. Reference that Dr. They fail or drop out because they have financial problems or do not interact that much with their instructors. December 31, 2013.
8 Big Mistakes Online Students Make By Kim Clark in US News in World Report, March 25, 2010. Cost calculations are reflected in increasing requests for financial aid, many college officials said,” according to Carla Rivera Cost in the article titled Financial Aid Becoming More Important in College Choice.” ‘Costs and financial aid are becoming more important and salient to students’ decisions in part due to increased tuition,’ said Kevin Eagan, interim director of UCLA’s Cooperative Institutional Research Program, which prepares the survey of the nation’s first-year students conducted by UCLA’s Higher Education Research Institute. For example, “At Cal State Long Beach, the percentage of undergraduates receiving federal Pell grants for low-income students increased to nearly 50% last fall, fall 2013, compared to 36% in 2009. Bad grades didn’t force students to drop out because of academic rules or regulations, bad grades caused students to drop out because they altered how students viewed their future college experience.” Students had to help out their families’ responsibility. They lack goals, which Dale Schunk say “may be cast as absolute or normative.” He says, “An absolute goal has a fixed standard, such as reading one chapter in a book in one hour. Top 3 Reasons to Have Family Dinner (and tips to help you do it!) by suzukistacy in The Young Both-Young Services.
Harry Harrison in Getting Students from Low Income Households into College in kidsinthehouse.
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Why Hispanic Students Drop Out of High School Early: Data from North Carolina by Elizabeth J. Hispanic students were 83% more likely to graduate,” according to Sara Martinez Tucker. “N.D” October 13, 2013.
Jamestown Community College, JCC, State University of New York, in Student Responsibility Statement that was endorsed by the faculty in September 2008 and by Student Senate in October 2008. 2012.
Dr. “Choosing the “Wrong” Major,” Friday, April 8, 2011. They classified the schools in the followings ways: a government school in a lower SES area, a non-government/Catholic school in the same lower SES area, a government school in a higher SES area, and a non-government/Catholic school in the same higher SES area. 17, 2010. Pychyl , Fear of Failure in psychology today , February 13, 2009. “Emotional obstacles for e-learning – a user psychological analysis,” UROLD. We can also look at to better our schools. On-campus counseling centers are one resource, but students may also consult friends, family and personal physicians for hints on how to handle stress.” Help them find a way to deal with discouragement, obesity, thinking problem, health problems, perfectionism or fear of negative evaluation, lack of cognitive flexibility, language barrier, or laziness. September 14, 2015: http://nypost.com/2015/09/13/why-do-college-kids-have-so-much-time-to-smoke-pot/.
Frustration In Teens by R.A. Vujeva, M.A. European Journal of Open, Distance & E-learning. 2012.
“‘The issue is not only that these students are not capable of doing college-level work,’the report says. According to Ethan Yazzie-Mintz in the article titled Students Are Bored, Many Skip School, Lack Adult Support, “‘ Sixty-one percent said, ‘I didn’t like the teachers,’ and 60 percent said, ‘I didn’t see the value in the work I was being asked to do.’” Health problems cause them many troubles. Today. October 31, 2013.
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“While most university campuses offer resources to help students cope, some of those students ultimately withdraw from school. Modern Parenting Tips: Styles & Approach in Disciplining & Training Children. “University Life of Non-Traditional Students: Engagement Styles and Impact on Attrition.” <em>Journal of Higher Education</em> 82.1 (2011): 33-53. “Action on Dropout” “N.D” Sept. December 13, 2013.
See: Nelson David Bassey in his new book titled The New Generation of Leadership that he released in August 22, 2013 with his co-authors Dr. 2012.
See. In the near future, he wants to become a CPA. The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. 27, 2013. 19. December – 2006. “Many students or graduated students do not know how to sift fact from opinion or make a clear written argument or objectively review conflicting reports of a situation or event, according to New York University sociologist Richard Arum, lead author of the study.” According to the article titled Why Intelligent Students Sometimes Failed by Wayne State University, in college, it requires more than memorizing. From: http://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/features/important-sleep-habits.
The Benefits of Smaller Classes by Leonie Haimson, Executive Director, Class Size Matters, June 2010; available at www.classsizematters.org/benefits, Feb. 08, 2014.
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Malooly, Ashley M., “The Role of Affective Flexibility and Cognitive Flexibility in Effective Antecedent-Focused and Online Reappraisal” (2012). ” Appreciative Advising and First-Generation College Students.” Psu.edu. “A study by the College Board shows students from poorer families who took more rigorous advanced placement courses in high school had higher four-year college-going rates, first-year grade point averages and retention rates than their counterparts who did not take any AP exams. CME Released: 08/28/2008; Valid for credit through 08/28/2009. 30, 2014. January 13, 2012. Their parents do not assist them that much, so they often experience a lot of problems. ‘It may be, he said, that as ‘they have difficulty getting the classes they need … October 15, 2013.
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See. “Although black and Latino male students enter community colleges with higher aspirations than those of their white peers, white men are six times as likely to graduate in three years with a certificate or degree. “Studies have shown that teens whose parents talk to them about alcohol and drugs are 42% less likely to use those substances than teens whose parents don’t discuss the issue with them” (Effects of Teenage Drinking in learn-about-alcoholism.com). Those who do care seek help and ask questions when needed. January 12, 2014.
Ravenscraft in Why Confidence Is So Important (and How to Improve Yours),10/08/2013. “Unplanned Pregnancy and Community Colleges.” NOVEMBER 2009. March 8, 2014.
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Purdue University, “Choosing a Major, How to pick the right major and more,” “N.D.” Oct. “N.p” Feb. Martyn, and Jeremy Dunningin the article titled Why Do Students Fail? Faculty’s Perspective in Higher Learning Commission, Collection of Papers 2014, “Participants also indicated that some students lack the motivation and/or the interest, and thus they fail to invest the effort, time, and energy needed to complete college work. As a result, it is possibly hard to measure intelligence in general in an exclusive way. 30. Another factor dragging down the performance of minority students, according to the report, is the fear of fulfilling a negative stereotype. In order to do the survey, researchers Ralph Stine brickner of Berea College and Todd R. The pace in college is much faster; one test will cover up to four chapters from a book. 14, 2012. 30.
See. Communication skill training significantly enhanced the emotional intelligence and life satisfaction. “N.D” January 1, 2015.
Etsaia shows in the article titled “Internet Banging” – Co-opting Social Media for Gang-Related Violent Activities in Michigan Young violence prevention, March 13, 2013. They face troubles due to online classes. And we are more interested here in the link between fluid intelligence and SAT and GPA, since our HighIQPro training causes fluid intelligence to improve substantially. Oct. “Intelligence tests are one of the most popular types of psychological tests in use today. Alchool Alert by National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Understanding the Impact of Alchool in Human health and Well Being.
Jason Caravaggio in Effects of Overcrowded Classrooms, education space. Mines in Critical Thinking Among College and Graduate Students ,The Review of Higher Education Winter 1990, Volume 13 No. Mar. “This study, conducted in 2001, involved 87 students, across four schools. For example, some successful schools have added a number of Saturday study sessions taught by a master teacher, time that equates to three extra weeks of class time over the course of the year while providing valuable professional development for teachers.” We have to make students ascertain that doing or practicing homework, attending class, or studying is extremely crucial for academic success. 2012.
“Eligibility for enrollment in less-selective four-year institutions typically includes a high school diploma and additional college-preparatory coursework. Mental illness on college campuses has regained national attention after a University of Pennsylvania freshman committed suicide in January after struggling with the stress of classes and playing a varsity sport, her father told reporters,” according to Hayley Fowler in the article titled College Students Face Mental Health Issues Nationwide.
See: Katherine Long in the article titled Community Colleges Work to Lower Failure Rate in Online Courses in Seattle Times, May 4, 2015. As a matter of fact, there are many possible ways that intelligence can be measured, and there are many different disciplines in intelligence. Only the best, May 12, 2009. ISSN 1799-2591 Theory and Practice in Language Studies, Vol. According to Abour H. “Schools Coping With Students Unprepared for College” by Didi Tang In News-Leader. Cherif, Gerald E. According to the article titled Cheating in College: Where It Happens, Why Students Do It and How to Stop It by Bryce Buchmann, Texas A&M, “Tightening the rules on classroom behavior during exams seems like the most obvious and readily available solution for cheating. ” Stress and The College Students: A Debate.” Jour.unr.edu. September 2, 2009 by Peter Gray in Freedom to Learn. “N.D” December 07, 2013.
Doris M. Campbell in Global Post, America’s World New Site. 2012.
Kelsey Sheehy, an education reporter at U.S. http://nextshark.com/15-reasons-why-you-should-drop-out-of-college/
Krista Ramsey and Cliff Peale, USA TODAY, “First-generation college students stay the course.” Mars 29, 2010. Pychyl. Originally, it was a quotient (a ratio): IQ= MA/CA x 100 [MA is mental age, CA is chronological age],” according to Dr. “N.D” Feb. Intelligence can also be measured by the way that someone performs in school or based on his or her memory.
See: The National Center for students expose to violence: http://www.nccev.org/violence/school.html.
Cook, Barbara. EBSCO. Cherif, Gerald E. However, there are many differences between high school and college. Lavoie, MA, M.Ed. He was Medical Case Manager at FoundCare’s and Recreation Leader, Child Care Provider, at Boca Raton Community Middle School. Oct. Achieve. This ability enables you to handle social interactions and relationships better.” Chohen also illustrates many ways that we can measure intelligence. ‘We’re seeing increasing numbers of students designated as low-income and it had to do with the growing inequality of wealth and income in the U.S., with increasing numbers of young people living in poverty,’ said David Dowell, Cal State Long Beach’s interim provost”(Rivera). The two paramount types of intelligence are multiple Intelligences and general Intelligence. They are depressed. 23rd 2007. Department of Education, National Center for education Statistics, National Education Longitudinal Study, 1990.” October 21. March 10, 2014.
Variables Related to Perfectionism by Marilyn E. Oct. 06. American Academic-Volume Three. The report draws heavily on the research of Claude M. Sept 20, 2012.
Rob Ramaker, Guy Ackermans, and Pascal Tieman in Ressource for Wageningen Students and employee. According to Eric Horowitz, “The Stinebrickners looked at three ways grades can impact dropout: 1) Students want to stay in school but are forced out by their poor performance, 2) poor grades lower expectations about future academic performance and future earnings, and 3) bad grades make school less enjoyable. December 07, 2013.
Minority Male Students Face Challenge to Achieve at Community Colleges by Katherine Mangan in The Chronic of Higher Education , February 26, 2014. “The economist Mark Schneider refers to colleges with such dropout rates as ‘failure factories’, and they are the norm” (Leonhardt). “Students across all races and genders cited many keys to success: building strong personal connections on the campus, being held to high expectations, having instructors who are committed to their achievement, and being intensively engaged in the academic experience, both in and out of the classroom,” according to Katherine Mangan in a report released by the Center for Community College Student Engagement at the University of Texas here. “The Effect of Sleep Deprivation.” Uloop.com. “The Procrastination Problem,” SuccessConsciousness. “The Complexity of the Relation between Fear of Failure and Procrastination,” Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2012. (2007). 1966.
Jeff Grabmeier in College students say prescription stimulants easy to find on campus. ‘The idea of investment has moved from the education experience and thinking and problem-solving skills to a more practical orientation of what career will this prepare me for, Allen said’,” according to Carla Rivera in the article titled Cost, Financial Aid Becoming More Important in College Choice.
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Singhal, Pooman. Mines mention, “Recent national reports on the quality of post-secondary education in the United States have affirmed the centrality of teaching critical thinking skills to college students (National Institute of Education 1984; Association of American Colleges 1985; Garrison 1984), yet the empirical evidence documenting progress toward this objective among undergraduate college students is minimal, and among graduate students, is virtually nonexistent”(167-168).
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Ohio legal services Students & Schools : School Discipline – Suspension and Expulsion, “ND” December 30, 2013. Harrison Jr., Best-Selling Parenting Author, shows in the article titled What Causes Students to Fail or Drop Out of College, “Boylan supports King’s (2004) assumptions by stating that ‘students fail to do well in college for a variety of reasons and only one of them is lack of academic preparedness.’”
Russell W. They may also involve in over-committed extracurricular activities.” Help students dealing with large classes, relationship issues, fear of failure or frustration, lack of discipline, lack of intelligence, discrimination, low self-esteem, or burnout. Public Agenda for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, December 2009.” August 22, 2012.
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See: Jeri LaBahn in his article titled Education and Parental Involvement in Secondary Schools: Problems, Solutions, and Effect. Many college students also fail because they are unable to well adjust the way that they think or because they have thinking difficulty. Published online 2007 June 15. “The Effect Of Different Attendance Policies On Student Attendance And Achievement.” (1992): ERIC. January 31, 2010. “The survey results also showed that the students who dropped out do so because they found out that their majors required them to do more work than other majors. December 30. August 20, 2012.
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Ormrod Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall in IQ and School Achievement in education.com, “ND. January 29, 2014.
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Intervention Central. Brain Basics: Understanding Sleep by National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
Kids Fail Less When They Know Failure Is Part of Learning, Study Finds in ABC news by Mikaela Conley, Mar 14, 2012. Steele, dean of the Stanford University Graduate School of Education. Fabiano, Gary R. White Time Business & Money: Nov. For instance, only 14 percent of black students and 30 percent of Latinos meet ACT college-readiness standards in mathematics, while 53 percent of white students do. Oct. Additionally, as a matter of fact, those scientists have been substantiated or found why the average score of the test is 100 by using the standardization process. Students can also involve in activities that can help them combating with depression. This is a challenge for online students and environments. Journal of Marketing Education, 27 (1), 5-13. Stress among college students can come from more than one sources. , Children don’t like school because they love freedom. December 7, 2013.
Weade, Barbara L, “School and Work Tardiness in High School Students in Rural Wisconsin.” May 2004. “Factors Militating Against Effective Teaching,” eHow. Faculty managers currently do not serve well in this role; they are all production based. Feb 03, 2014: http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2014/02/college-students-face-mental-health-issues-nationwide.
Esra CEYHAN, A. Thus, this study confirms the effectiveness of communication skills in increasing emotional intelligence and life satisfaction” (Ghorbanshiroudi, JavadKhalatbari, Mohammad Salehi, SonaBahari, and Mohammad MojtabaKeikhayfarzaneh).
Phelps, Ben. If we all do that, it is conceivable or possible that there will be a decrease in college dropout and failure rates.”A lot of people think college is hard and then think about quitting and doing something else because they do not think they can cut it. About one-quarter of incoming students to these institutions are fully prepared for college-level studies. November 14, 2013.
Accredited online colleges in the article titled Internet Addiction Among College Students: 10 Startling Trends. Studies repeatedly show that performance on intelligence tests is correlated with school achievement (N. “N.p” Mar. ‘And it’s crucial for school leaders and policy makers to be realistic about how much work we need to do to help parents participate more fully in their children’s education.’” In addition to parental involvement, many students have to stop cheating. Holloway, et al. December 30, 2013.
News-Journal Staff. Tori Walston, Former Dropout A first-hand account , April 21st, 2012. Students also need to care about themselves and their education by setting expectations and achievable goals for themselves. Oct 10, 2014. Smydo, Joe. Prev Chronic Dis. Minority students will benefit disproportionately from such strategies, she said, but they won’t feel embarrassed by participating or feel that they’re being singled out as ‘at risk’,” according to Katherine Mangan in the article titled Minority Male Students Face Challenge to Achieve at Community Colleges in The Chronic of Higher Education. Option fixation: A cognitive contributor to overconfidence Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 103 (1), 68-83 DOI: 10.1016/j.obhdp.2006.11.001. For example, as stated in the free dictionary, “Intelligence discipline is a well-defined area of intelligence collection, processing, exploitation, and reporting using a specific category of technical or human resources.
See. May. For example, “According to Michael Ellsberg, the problem with that is, ‘College is training for managerial work, and the economy doesn’t need that many managers.’ In this economy, businesses do not have the time or capital to train you to become employable. In May 2014, he graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. In addition to that relation, students with higher IQ score or with better academic performance can be more intelligent than those with lower IQ score. 15. November 14, 2013.
See: University expels 34 students for cheating By Hala Khalaf in the National.eenews, December 27, 2010. Spearman coined the term ‘General Intelligence’ or ‘g’ which was based on measure of people’s performance across a variety of mental tests”(Cohen). Ahmet Adal?er Cyprus International University, Faculty of Education, Nicosia, North Cyprus, firstname.lastname@example.org Emre Balkan Cyprus International University, Faculty of Education, Nicosia, North Cyprus, December 13, 2013.
See: The Correlation between General Self-Confidence and Academic Achievement in the Oral Presentation Course by Safaa Mohammad Al-Hebaish , Department of Curricula and Teaching Methods, Faculty of education, Taibah University, P.O. Students who want to succeed have to be diligent to acquire those skills. Dangers of Teen Drinking.
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See: The article titled The Role of Comprehensive School Health Education Programs in the Link between Health in Academic Performance: A literature review in the Health of Learning Project. You don’t have to drown yourself in debt for a failing institution if you don’t want to. “N.p.” December 9, 2009. McKinney, and Kristoffer Rhoads.
Delece Smith-Barrow, an education reporter at U.S. 2012.
College Students Lack Critical Thinking Skills, But Who’s To Blame? Tuesday, January 18, 2011. While there are a number of different methods for measuring intelligence, the standard and most widely accepted method is by measuring a person’s ‘intelligence quotient’ or IQ. Knowing a person’s IQ with a correlation this strong would strongly predict how they will do on their SATs. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/technology-science/science/students-who-binge-drink-are-happier-1271144
ERIC Clearinghouse on Handicapped and Gifted Children (1997), “College Planning for Students with Learning Disabilities.” ID online.org. Taras, Howard, “Poor Sleep, Poor Grade.” Findarticle.com. 2007 July; 4(3): A72. 8, 2014.
“The student may also engage in competing behaviors, display rigidity in thoughts and actions, show a strong desire to control the environment, engage in repetitive/stereotypical behaviors, display inflexible thinking, not learning from past mistakes, not asking for help with a problem, or not asking a peer or adult for needed materials, continue to engage in an ineffective behavior rather than thinking of alternatives, or be unable to focus on group goals when he is a member of the group,” according to the article titled Aspergers Checklist: Cognitive Issues.
Dr. June 17, 2011. The Role of Moral and Performance Character Strengths in Predicting Achievement and Conduct among Urban Middle School Students by Scott Seider of Boston University, Jennifer K. Aug 1, 2010. 2007 July; 4(3): A72. February 16, 2014.
Hayley Fowler mentions, “According to the 2013 National Survey Section One 4-yr Directors (Final).pdf of College Counseling Centers, an average of 1,800 students sought individual or group counseling for mental health related issues at universities with more than 15,000 students.”
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Shragge, Rebecca, ” The California Aggie.” Aggie.org. Morrison and Merith A. 3/04/2014. October 19, 2013.
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Intelligence and IQ , Dr. ‘It is that too many of them have not, for myriad reasons, had the kinds of educational experiences that would effectively maximize those capabilities,’” according to the article titled Minority Male Students Face Challenge to Achieve at Community Colleges by Katherine Mangan in The Chronic of Higher Education.
Travis Waldron, Nearly Half Of American College Students Drop out before Receiving a degree, Mars 28, a report about the Havard study, 2012. BEYOND STUDENT PERCEPTIONS: ISSUES OF INTERACTION, PRESENCE, AND PERFORMANCE IN AN ONLINE COURSE that was conducted by Anthony G.
The Real Reason New College Grads Can’t Get Hired By Martha C. The report goes to show according to Katherine Mangan that “for example, 39 percent of the black men with C-minus averages said they never cut classes, compared with 31 percent of Latinos and 24 percent of white men. Student Life, the Independent Newspaper of Washington in St Louis since 1878. Richard Gentry, Ph.D. Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University. Cohen goes on to indicate how scientists contradict with other scientists, regarding single intelligence belief, for example. Mines in the article titled Critical Thinking Among College and Graduate Students, “John Dewey (1933) argued that reflective thinking, the careful collection and evaluation of evidence leading to a conclusion, should be a central aim of education”(167-168).
A summary ofbWhy Don’t Students Like School? A Cognitive Scientist Answers Questions About How The Mind Works And What It Means For The Classroom By Daniel Willingham Summarized by Bud Nye, R.N., M.S.
Panasci , Lucia. June 15, 2014.
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Shepherd Hoodwin from Michael On Modes in The Perseverance Mode in michaelteachings.com. Sep 10 2015.
Discipline And Causes of Indiscipline by Mohammed Rhalmi, august 25, 2010. “Studies Show People More Stressed as Students than At Other Stage of Life Due to Work, Relationships.” Stud.life.com. 2012.
Study Shows Students Taking Online Courses More Likely to Fail by clong & Mary Ellen Flannery in neatoday.org , July 26, 2011. http://www.ohiolegalservices.org/public/legal_problem/students-schools/discipline-suspension-or-expulsion/qandact_view
Thames, Jen. “Kevin Eagan, interim director of UCLA’s Cooperative Institutional Research Program says: The difficult financial decisions that students and their families have to make about college are becoming more evident. For cheating to be reduced, instead of seeing cheating as something that can’t be done, they must come to recognize that it should not be done. Like Gardener, he also believes that traditional intelligence tests only focus one aspect – analytical – and does not address the necessary balance from the other two aspects.” Chohen goes on to indicate that there is another type of intelligence, but it is not a main one but is alternative because the two paramount ones are multiple intelligence and single intelligence. Some of them choose inappropriate or wrong major or fear to fail or are frustrated. “Meeting the needs of gifted underachievers – individually!” by Smutney, J.
2e Newsletter December, 2004. As it is explained by the scientists, “Psychometritians utilize a process known as standardization in order to make it possible to compare and interpret the meaning of IQ scores. 2011 January; 40(1): 123-135. There is no doubt that the main majors are difficult and growing more complex. That will help a lot. He goes on to show that health problems have relations with many elements that can cause students troubles in their academic performance; in addition to that, students can fail or drop out of school due to health problems (1 &2). IQ level and combined SAT score. 2012.
Quentin Fottrell, This Is the Biggest Challenge Facing First-year College Students. In addition to that, lack of sleep is negatively affecting many students’ learning capabilities. Jaffe and Professor Drew Nelson , “Academic Cheating Fact Sheet” in stanford.edu
David L. Anne Marie Delaney in her paper titled Why Faculty-Student Interaction Matters in the First Year Experience that she presented to the 29th annual eair forum between august 20 to 26 in 2007 in Innsbruck, Austria. If this were to happen, schools would go to extreme lengths to ensure students have the opportunity to graduate in four. 2009. They were bored with school (47 percent), had missed too many days and could not catch up (43 percent), spent time with people who were not interested in school (42 percent), had too much freedom and not enough rules in their lives (38 percent), and were failing (35 percent),” according to the article titled Special Report / Why Students Drop Out. Findings from a national survey conducted in 2005. “Students Depressed over Lack of Money.” <em>Telegraph.co.uk.</em> The Telegraph, 17 Apr. 15. Azzam identified five major reasons for leaving school. It is the power of one’s intellect, and as such is clearly a very important aspect of one’s overall well-being. August 21, 2012.
Dr. According to Linda Emma ,”UC Berkeley counseling psychologist Rick Low says that burnout is often about imbalance and that signs of it can include ‘fatigue, anxiety, loss of motivation, withdrawal from people, a sense of powerlessness and the feeling of being overwhelmed.’ However, before students reach real burnout, they’re likely to suffer signs of stress — and that’s when they should get help. Oct. Faculty managers need to have more training in academic leadership–especially in this area of persistence in online environments” (Abour H. Friday. Published online 2007 June 15. 2011. Unpublished M.A. August 06, 2014.
Engle, Jennifer. “In 2011 the authors conducted a study asking 739 students to provide their own perspective of why students fail courses and drop out of colleges. July 7, 2010. A Third of College Students Smoke by Melissa Schorr.
Demolistic, “Top Reasons Students Fail.” “N.D” Aug. May. 39, No. 05/09/2013, October 8, 2013
He has until 5pm on 5 April 2016 to respond to the charge,” said an FA statement:
Rule E8 states: “A Participant shall not bet, either directly or indirectly, or instruct, permit, cause or enable any person to bet on – (i) the result, progress, conduct or any other aspect of, or occurrence in, a football match or competition; or (ii) any other matter concerning or related to football anywhere in the world, including, for example and without limitation, the transfer of players, employment of managers, team selection or disciplinary matters.”
There is no suggestion that Demichelis was involved in match fixing nor that he bet on games in which he was involved.. Demichelis is not the first professional football player to have been charged by the FA over betting offenses.
The misconduct charge is the latest blow for Demichelis, whose performances and that of his fellow teammates have dipped in recent weeks, with City falling out of contention in the Premier League title race after losing a number of crucial fixtures over the past couple of months.
City manager Manuel Pellegrini, who announced he will leave the club at the end of the season last month, has presided over defeats to rivals Tottenham, Leicester and Manchester United with his team 15 points off the pace and now fighting to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
City did beat Liverpool to win the League Cup final and face Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League quarterfinals next week.
Manchester City declined to comment when contacted by CNN. Demichelis was not immediately available for comment.
Newcastle and England winger Andros Townsend was fined £18,000 ($26,000) and banned for four months in 2013 — a punishment which prevented him from playing at the European Under-21 Championship.
Story highlightsMartin Demichelis charged over alleged bettingDefender accused of committing 12 breaches relating to matches in JanuaryArgentine international could face a fine or suspension35-year-old has until April 5 to appeal
Demichelis, 35, is accused of having broken worldwide rules which came into existence on August 1 2014 to prevent players from betting on any football activity whether inside or outside of their domestic league.
Dan Gosling, the Bournemouth midfielder, was fined £30,000 ($43,000) after breaching the rules in March 2014 while at former club Newcastle.
“It is alleged the player committed 12 breaches of FA Rule E8 concerning football matches between 22 January 2016 and 28 January 2016
Ten years after the 2000 Games, the International Olympic Committee stripped that Chinese Team of its bronze medal, after uncovering evidence that star gymnast Dong Fangxiao was only 14 when she competed.
However, questions were later raised about her potentially being too young to compete.
So, if a gymnast looks like she couldn’t possibly be 16, there’s a good chance she isn’t yet.
Though He Kexin’s passport officially says that she was 16 at the time of the 2008 Olympic Games, Chinese media reported that she and other teammates may have actually been as young as fourteen at the time.
He Kexin of China poses after winning one of two gold medals in the women’s uneven bars at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.. And this isn’t the first time that allegations of underaged gymnasts have plagued the Chinese team
One things for sure: It was a rough Week 1 for the SEC.
The Tigers dropped their first season opener since 2004.
Greg Ward Jr. The Cavaliers dropped their home opener 37-20 against FCS opponent Richmond Spiders.
Next: South Alabama over Mississippi State
The Aggies rushed for 203 yards and three touchdowns on the day. South Alabama over Mississippi State 21-20
It was a wild opening weekend of College Football! Some teams saw their College Football Playoff chances put in jeopardy while others overcame impossible odds to win their season openers. are forreal. 15 Houston over No. Harris threw two interceptions and couldn’t seem to put the Tigers in a position to win all game.
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Next: Wisconsin over LSU
Things are off to a rocky start for the Virginia Cavaliers after opening weekend. Texas A&M over No. It was the first victory for the Spiders against the Cavaliers since 1946.
3. Richmond over Virginia 37-20
The Houston Cougars and Greg Ward Jr. The game winning score came with 57 seconds left when Dallas Davis tossed a four yard strike to Gerald Everett in the back of the end zone.
Next: Texas A&M over UCLA
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The Spiders forced four turnovers in the game (3 fumbles and 1 interception) and came out the gates fast, jumping out to an early 13-0 lead.
The LSU Tigers only managed to score a touchdown on one offensive drive all game. Knight, a graduate transfer from Oklahoma, threw one passing touchdown and ran for two touchdowns in the season opener.
The unranked Wisconsin Badgers upset the LSU Tigers and spoiled early Heisman hopes for the Leonard Fournette in the process.
The Aggies defense sacked Rosen fives time.
Running back Leonard Fournette rushed for 138 yards but did not score a touchdown. If you saw the vicious cheap shot by Josh Boutte, you saw just how frustrating of a day it was for the Tigers.
Richmond quarterback Kyle Lauletta led the way for the Spiders with 337 passing yards and three touchdowns. However, Graves put it off the upright with 9 seconds left.
Badgers’ kicker Rafael Gaglianone kicked three field goals, including a 47-yarder with 3:57 left in the fourth quarter which proved to be the game winner.
The Aggies started their 2016 in the win column with an upset victory over Josh Rosen and the UCLA Bruins. 3 Oklahoma 33-23
5. Last season, they upset the Louisville Cardinals, this season, the Oklahoma Sooners are their latest victims.
2. 5 LSU 16-14
The Bulldogs had a chance for a victory on a field goal attempt by kicker Westin Graves from 28 yards out.
Quarterback Trevor Knight, on the other hand, was spectacular for the Texas A&M Aggies in his debut. The Sooners were attempting to take the lead with the Cougars up 19-17 before things went south.
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It was not a good day for quarterback Brandon Harris or the LSU offense. was spectacular for the Cougars. Wisconsin over No. The Cougars defense forced two fumbles as well.
1. The Spiders rushed for 187 rushing yards and passed for 337 yards through the air. 16 UCLA 31-24 in Overtime
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The Cavaliers were simply outplayed in Bronco Mendenhall’s debut. Rosen threw three interceptions, including two by Aggies cornerback Justin Evans, in what was a forgettable start to his sophomore season.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs were casualty number 1 in the SEC, dropping their season opener against FCS opponent South Alabama 21-20.
Next: Houston over Oklahoma
The South Alabama Jaguars were down 17-0 at halftime before scoring 21 points in the second half to shock the Bulldogs at home. Running back Trayveon Williams led the way with 94 rushing yards for the Aggies.
The Cougars dominated the line of scrimmage all game, only allowing 70 rushing yards and sacking quarterback Baker Mayfield five times. No. The Cavaliers only managed 38 total rushing yards for the whole game and were outgained 524 to 302 total yards of offense.
4. The Spiders scored twice before the Cavaliers ran an offensive play from scrimmage, which proved doom in the long run.
. He threw for 321 passing yards and two passing touchdowns.
Richmond even managed to accumulate more first downs with 24, the Cavaliers had 19. Their other score came on a pick six by cornerback Tre’Davious White.
Brandon Wilson’s 109 yard kick six return was also a key turn of events
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But on the field, it’s possible, and one hopes, we’ll see a more respectful game.
BYU has three former Utah assistants on its staff: Sitake, Ilaisa Tuiaki and Steve Kaufusi.
Love! Hugs! Best of friends! Way to mix it up, fellas.
Welcome to the Holy Warm-and-fuzzy.
One thing is for sure: The Holy War is beginning a new chapter. And new Utah receivers coach Guy Holliday coached at BYU from 2013-2015.
“This is one of those weeks where we want to respect their preparation,” Sitake said.
“He’s a guy I respect,” Scalley said. It’s a fawning that would make the Mutual Admiration Society jealous.
“To me, that’s what football is about,” Sitake said. Whittingham never said the two were “best of friends.” Because they weren’t.
“I don’t see it as a big-time rivalry with hatred as a lot of others see it,” Sitake said. … Heck, Kyle Whittingham was the WAC’s 1981 Defensive Player of the Year for the Cougars. It looks as though we might be in for a softer, gentler Holy War. He put an exclamation point on it at last season’s Las Vegas Bowl, when the Utes won 35-28 to send Mendenhall to his new job at Virginia with yet another loss to the Utes (how’s that new gig working out, by the way?).
One of college football’s nastiest rivalries (historically), it appears, has smoothed over its edges. “I’ve coached underneath him, and he’s always been there for me. “It’s about respect. Now, about basketball …
“I’ll never say anything bad about the University of Utah, about the athletic program and especially about the football team, because they were great to me, and I think that’s important for me to share that with everyone.”
“I don’t know if that will have a major impact with the fan base,” Whittingham said. Former Utah coach Ron McBride and BYU counterpart LaVell Edwards shared a friendship and a strong mutual respect.. And if he can win by five touchdowns, all the better. They talk and text frequently … Many have grown up choosing a side and bitterly defending their colors. I could list 20 anecdotes about the rivalry through the years, and there would be at least 50 more that I’d be leaving out.
“I can say that I have a great relationship with Kalani,” Whittingham said. I think they’ll play a much cleaner game.”
The fans might not feel the same way. And for that reason, friendships among the coaches probably won’t sway those in the stands.
Let’s be clear, neither coach is saying he doesn’t want to win. “It’s a lot of fun, and it’s exciting, and a lot of good people involved with both fan bases.
And the fact is, Whittingham owned the rivalry with Mendenhall, going 7-3, including a current five-game winning streak. And as Whittingham’s coaching tree continues to grow and players from each school become coaches, the crossover between the two staffs will probably breed more admiration and less acrimony.
That might be the most anti-bulletin board quote of all time!
Where’s the vitriol? Where’s the bulletin board material? Where’s Seni Fauonuku dropping “D” bombs. Where’s Max Hall dropping “H” bombs? Doesn’t everyone (except in Oregon and New Jersey) pump their own gas now?
In a Q&A with ESPN in February, Utah defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley praised Sitake, noting that he thought the rivalry had “gotten a little bit nasty” of late.
Many of them are still good friends. Sitake and Whittingham golf in the offseason. This is going to be one of those things that extends our friendship where we get on the football field and compete and we’ll hug afterwards.”
Take this season, for example. While Whittingham and former BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall were never outwardly disrespectful, they weren’t going out of their way to be complimentary to each other, either. There are four former BYU football players on the Utah coaching staff: Whittingham, Aaron Roderick, Justin Ena and Fred Whittingham. “We’re the best of friends.”
Kalani Sitake brings his alma mater to Rice-Eccles Stadium on Saturday to try to snap BYU’s five-game skid against Utah and his longtime boss, Kyle Whittingham. Joe Camporeale/USA TODAY Sports
Said Sitake: “I know I love Kyle and Kyle loves me, and we’re going to be friends no matter what. Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham and his BYU counterpart and former protégé, Kalani Sitake, are exchanging pleasantries, not jabs, through the media. I’m excited for him and his opportunity at BYU.”
Enter Sitake, who branched out on his own in 2015 and was the defensive coordinator at Oregon State before BYU snatched him up. though not this week … There are still fan bases to appease.
This isn’t entirely uncharted territory. Ena was a three-time all-conference linebacker. “I don’t see that happening.”
The history of the rivalry, frankly, is too extensive to dive into with one column, though our Sam Strong did a nice job here