All Blog Posts Tagged 'homework' (8)

Homework: A response to Alfie Kohn

Response to Alfie Kohn's interview in Maclean's magazine
Alfie Kohn’s…
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Added by Jeff Leppard on May 8, 2010 at 8:38pm — No Comments

15 online resources for help with English homework and class work

9 Paid Resources, and 6 Free Ones.



As promised in last week’s post, “15 online Math tutoring and help options“, this week I am following up with online resources for those seeking help with the subject of English.



Many of the paid options below were also included in last week’s post, since quite a few of them are not just specific to Math, but we have replaced a couple of these with new resources. The free options cited here are all new, and several are useful for… Continue

Added by Kelly Walsh on December 22, 2009 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Wolfram|Alpha Homework Day

Meet us here on October 21, 2009, for the first Wolfram|Alpha Homework Day. This groundbreaking, live interactive web event brings together students and educators from across the country to solve your toughest assignments and explore the power of using Wolfram|Alpha for school, college, and beyond.

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Added by Kevin Chilton on October 20, 2009 at 7:27am — No Comments

Homework and Practice

I'm currently doing some thinking and researching into the area of homework and practice. I've done some research into what is the expected amount of these things as well as the different amounts for the different age levels and abilities of students. I'm curious about the thoughts of some other teachers... what is the homework policy for the students in your classroom? How much and what kind of work do you expect your students to complete on their own? Any thoughts on this topic would be great!

Added by Andrea Krueger on September 13, 2009 at 7:48pm — No Comments

Motivating Students with the Time Bank Philosophy

WHAT IS A TIME BANK?

I recently went to an informational session on Time Banks, where I got to hear about the philosophy behind Time Banking from its founder, Edgar Cahn. For those not familiar with the concept, Wikipedia's quick description of Time Banking is below:
Time Banking refers to a pattern of reciprocal service exchange which uses units of time as currency and is an example of an alternative economic…
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Added by Chris Fritz on July 28, 2009 at 9:24am — No Comments

teachers, students, parents and homework (2)

Teachers, students, parents and homework 2

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Homework must be part and parcel of any learning process. The classroom is just an artificial setting and classroom tasks are only starting points. They provide guidance, assistance and purpose. However, more tasks should be dealt with in the outside world. These tasks should meet some criteria in order to be effective. These critera may be linked to the teacher and learners, to the tasks assigned, or to the parents roles.… Continue

Added by Mohammed Rhalmi on May 19, 2009 at 6:58am — No Comments

Connecting students around the globe

I have a vision where students connect with their peers from around the world. Why? Because it's interesting. It's challenging to create global friendships, across cultures and across seas. And it's interesting to learn what other are studying. Even the very precise studies, like math, are not exact all over the world. Sometimes you need help figuring out a problem and someone from across the world, who studied it in a different way, will offer that different angle that opens your eyes. This is… Continue

Added by Or-Tal Kiriati on June 3, 2008 at 1:21am — 1 Comment

Views on wikis and blogs

I was just reading someone's blog on wanting to know misconceptions on wikis and blogs. I have had many people confused about the two tools. A lady named Sylvia really summed it up well. "A wiki is a means to collaboratively get to an end product, something a teacher can look at, assess, and grade. It's easier to adapt your current curriculum to use a wiki, since curriculum is also product focused. (Of course, a wiki offers all sorts of… Continue

Added by Melissa Smith on May 4, 2008 at 8:00am — 2 Comments

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