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Well, imagine if after putting in a full day at the office—and school is pretty much what our children do for a job—you had to come home and do another four or so hours of office work. Innovation in Teaching and Technology. If your job required that kind of work after work, how long would you last? Wright’sRoom Pondering education, technology, and making a difference. Also, the parents he cites in his article who want their kids to be loaded down with 4hrs of homework a night — those people scare me. Notify me of new comments via email.
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No, our children are going to catch up with those East Asian kids on their own damn time. The Educational Linguist examining language and race in education. You are commenting using your WordPress. Well, iarl if after putting in a full day at the office—and school is pretty much what our children do for a job—you had to come home and do another four or so hours of office work.
I think the way schools are managed is for the birds. We need a better experience for the future generations. This article raises many questions for me. It amazes me that we still live in the dark ages when it jomework to schooling. I think the great irony of the Universe would be for you to suddenly be in charge of a school. Because He Lives He must become more, we must become less.
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My Daughter’s Homework Is Killing Me – Karl Taro Greenfeld – The Atlantic
It seems like common sense to either shorten their school day or remove the homework so they can go play, like kids should do. Next Post Talking with young people about career and calling. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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A Teacher’s Defense of Homework – NEA Today
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Also, the parents he cites in his article who want their kids to be loaded down with 4hrs of homework a night — those people scare me. I mean, ALL after school homework.