Homework is a hot button topic. It ignites strong emotions and there are people firmly planted on both sides of the fence.
Many educators claim that homework teaches students responsibility and prepares them for the real world.
But does it really? Are there more meaningful ways that we can teach these skills in school?
Below you will find 20 alternatives to traditional homework assignments. Also be sure to check out this Wakelet collection to see the whole discussion including thoughts on getting parents on board with ditching traditional homework.
Did you miss this last chat on ditching homework? Don’t worry! David and Sue will be back to moderate #Ditchbook for part two of our Ditch That Homework chat on Thursday, November 29th.
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