Peer Pressure

Students are taught by adults not to “break” under any kind of PEER PRESSURE they are exposed to by their friends, classmates, and any other person in their lives.  Well, it is time to change that mentality and for students to “crack” under PEER PRESSURE.

Of course, I am talking about POSITIVE PEER PRESSURE! When a group of students work together in a positive manner, then those not following the rules or struggling to understand the importance of the classroom structure, might just “crack” and become a little more productive in the classroom as well.

This is not an easy task by any student or adult, but as long as there is progress, then it is worth the effort of all students joining together to help make the lives of the their teachers easier, as well as help increase their learning environment.

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