Regardless of what expectations are ultimately chosen and disseminated, remember to inspect what you expect.
An expectation does no good if it is never monitored, followed up upon, and/or explained.
Growing up, I’ve heard adults say, “High school was the best four years of my life!
” Because of that, I expected to have a blast when I entered freshman year.
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Educators go through a rigorous application process, and every answer they submit is reviewed by our in-house editorial team. For starters, the expectations depend on the situation or desired outcome.Most commonly, I could steer in some valuable citizenship expectations like not talking when someone else is speaking, or being respectful of everyone's time and property.However an educator chooses to do this, it is a good rule of thumb to limit class expectations to a top 5, and explicitly discuss how each expectation does, and does not look.As another fellow graduating senior, here’s what these past four years of high school have taught me.Hopefully you can relate to some of these or be reminded of something else that’ll cause a smile or grimace to cross your face. But if you really take those seven words to heart, they can really change your perspective on high school (or whatever stage of education you’re in).Once students get acclimated at being back in school, their expectations may shift to trying to figure out their course work load, to trying to comprehend their teachers teaching style and how these relate to their own learning styles. Before you get caught up in the whirlwind of excitement and nervousness surrounding the big day, it’s good to take some time and reflect on the past four years of your life. A good reflection of high school ought to do you good.For example, educators have academic, behavioral, socio- emotional and sometimes, physical expectations of their students.For a student, the expectations can be markedly different.Students may desire social outcomes over behavioral of academic outcomes. For starters, the expectations depend on the situation or desired outcome.If this is the case, they may expect to make new friends rather than do their studies. For example, educators have academic, behavioral, socio- emotional and sometimes, physical expectations of their students.