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Why Students Don’t Do Their Homework–And What You Can Do About It Last updated Mar 15, 2016 10,771 Why Students Don’t Do Their Homework–And What You Can Do About It by ‘That was homework?’ ‘That’s due today?’ ‘But… it was the weekend.’ We hear a lot of stuff when students don’t do their homework. Our cup runneth over with FBI-proof, puppy-dog eyes, procrastinated-filled homework excuses. What we don’t hear, is the research on how to excuse-proof our classrooms for homework. It seems, we are in the dark about engaging students in the homework process.
For her homework my daughter was given the word 'collaborate' she chose to work together to investigate automata. She picked one to 3D print (which kinda worked) and then we built her own cardboard creation. by: Enter a topic, @name, or fullname ·
EDUCAUSE Review Search Advertisement Using a Course Start-Up Message to Improve Student Outcomes Authors: by Julie Moser, Danielle Philipson, and Elizabeth Reed Published: Monday, April 9, 2018 Giving students a list of tips for online learning helped them better prepare for and succeed in their courses. In 2013, (PSU) formed an Online Reflective Practice Group to explore how higher education faculty might better cultivate student success in online course environments. Our group consists of instructors in New Hampshire who primarily teach online courses, teach some online courses, or want to transition to online teaching environments.
Analysis Analysis Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events What they said before and what they are saying now by by May 20 at 3:26 PM (Bigstock) Earlier this year, the 2017 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) for fourth- and eighth-graders’ scores were released, and they were largely the same as the 2015 results — although not as high as they were in 2013. Disparities among student groups grew, with scores for the bottom 25 percent of students dropping slightly in all but eighth-grade reading and scores for the top quartile rising slightly in eighth-grade reading and math.
At NWEA, one question that we are often asked is how well MAP® Growth™ aligns to different state standards, including Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Today, we... Continue Reading The post Study Concludes MAP Growth Items Align to Common Core State Standards appeared first on
At NWEA, one question that we are often asked is how well MAP® Growth™ aligns to different state standards, including Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Today, we... Continue Reading
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