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Is it critically important for high quality educational experiences that all students learn to arrive on time?
It is critically important for high quality educational experiences that all students learn to arrive a little early so class can begin on time.
Particularly in small classes, missing students have a real negative impact on the dynamic of the session.
School is a preparation for a job and at a job you are expected to be changed and ready when your shift starts.
Beginning on time with everyone present allows the start of the class to flow smoothly.
Children often need time to settle in once they arrive and might be distracted or distract other students at the beginning of the class, making it harder to teach.
Beginning on time relieves the teacher of having to repeat information to stragglers. This makes a happier, more energetic, and thus more effective teacher.
The discipline and self-awareness required to arrive on time has other positive effects on the learning environment.
Punctuation is not crucial for quality educational *experience*. Experience is 100% subjective. Negative factors are always present; your personal preference determines how much these factors affect your experience.
The only thing that's important in such situations is the behaviour of the student. It pretty much depends on where he is sitting, how much noise he produces and if he's joining the lecture easily and fast.
If a teacher or classmate gets upset about a student being late, that's their problem.
In a large class, it is of little importance if one or two students arrive late.
Teaching people to arrive on time is not the responsibility of a teacher, unless this is the subject of the class.
All students arriving on time is not a prerequisite for high quality educational experiences. If the group is big, individual students arriving late does not have any impact on the overall quality of the experience of the teacher and students that were on time.
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