- — Vince Wakefield (@middleyears)Sun, May 31 2015 11:08:17A1 flipped lesson is the same as normal HW. It's only as good as the quality. Giving them videos of new content is good prac. #aussieEd
- — Val Brown (@ValeriaBrownEdu)Sun, May 31 2015 10:50:34
- — Nigel Coutts (@ncoutts)Sun, May 31 2015 10:50:09#aussieED A1 - How much is set in fear that if we don't students might miss out, that the research will shift to HW+ & we might be wrong?
- — Tammie Meehan (@AusMinds)Sun, May 31 2015 10:49:58#aussieED A1.The argument I always get thrown back at me is that H/W for primary schools 'prepares' s's for 'Secondary School'.
- — Mr. J (@MisterJsLibrary)Sun, May 31 2015 10:48:42
- — Rob McTaggart (@robmctaggart)Sun, May 31 2015 10:48:08A1 *Certain* types of homework can cause a lot of tension at home. This pressure can lead students away from learning #aussieED
- — Karen Francis (@francis_karen)Sun, May 31 2015 10:48:00A1: Varying reasons, from causing conflict at home to not being seen as a genuine learning experience. #aussieED
- — Nathan Kraai (@njkraai)Sun, May 31 2015 10:47:53A1: Homework often times frustrates those who struggled with the concept and serves no purpose for those who already know it. #aussieED
- — Denis Sheeran (@MathEdisonHSNJ)Sun, May 31 2015 10:46:48
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