Distraction Essay Topics

Listening Habits

“Tap, tap, tap.” is what you hear as your elbow partner is writing their pencil against the table. The tapping continues to go on until the teacher says something important then there is a moment of silence. There are many bad listening habits out there, it’s just finding them within ourselves, but everyone else as… View Article

Appropriate Classroom Behavior for Young Children

Planning an effective classroom environment includes structuring the physical arrangement of the classroom to increase appropriate behaviors, such as engagement, and decrease the probability of challenging behaviors. There are different strategies for structuring the physical classroom include: arranging the classroom to ensure visual monitoring of children, arranging activity centers to support children’s appropriate behaviors (e.g.,… View Article

Traditional Classroom

There are some kids who are easily distracted by the smallest things that prevent them to learn in a traditional classroom. There are many reasons why it’s difficult to learn in a traditional classroom. One of the biggest distractions in the classroom is the class clowns. This is what enables most students to concentrate. The… View Article

Driven to Distraction

In the book, “Driven to Distraction: Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder from Childhood Through Adulthood” authors Edward M. Hallowell and John J. Ratey taught me so much about what it is like to have (ADD) Attention Deficit Disorder and what are some of the key factors one should look for when deciding if… View Article

Distracted Driving

Distracted Driving is a selfish and very dangerous way to drive. Over 3,000 people each year are killed due to either driving distracted or being hit by someone who is distracted. There are many types of distracted driving and all are equally as dangerous. Examples of distracted driving include texting, eating, talking to a passenger,… View Article

An essay on dwarfism, telling the causes, symptoms, and treatments

Dwarfism is a genetic abnormality, that results in short stature. Most people consider dwarfism to be an adult height of four feet ten inches and under. Someone can develop dwarfism from different genetic, and other conditions. It is estimated that between one in every 14,000, and one in every 27,00 people are born with dwarfism… View Article

Cell phones in the classroom

Cell phones are great technical devices and important today in modern life, but they should not be allowed in the class room. Cell phone use should be saved for after class. They could be used for researching things for class but not while in class. Cell phones are distracting, can be used for cheating, and… View Article

Dangerous Habits Associated with Teen Driving

Many teens today are stigmatized with driving while exhibiting less than desirable habits. These habits are commonly known as bad habits. Experience has shown that many of these bad habits are due to irresponsibility and ignoring simple driver’s safety rules. Outlined here will be several examples of bad habits exhibited while driving such as cell… View Article

What Causes Students to Fail

What Causes Students to Fail a Course? Students failing courses has become much more common now. The advanced world that we live in now is full of many distractions such as Internet, social networking, social life, and etc. Many students are more interested in what is more popular in society rather than their education that… View Article

Interpersonal Communication Case study

#1.) After reviewing the information in this case study, you find that Parris’ husband, Lavar, was not listening when Parris first told him to pick their daughter up from school. Explain how Lavar and Parris should use effective empathic listening and responding skills to discuss this issue. I think that Parris should talk to Lavar… View Article

How Distraction Will Affect The Driving

In the modern age, driving is an internationally shared tool; a privilege of which is consistently abused by those who ignore the safety of others. A driver is only as safe as his peers allow which is why there are innumerable signs, laws and regulations in place. Across the nation, drivers are causing danger to… View Article