Thursday, March 12, 2015

My Homework Evolution!


Hey everyone! Today I'm writing over at Laugh Eat Learn and here at The Primary Pack about my personal homework evolution and how I changed a negative into a big positive in my classroom. I have been posting a lot of photos on my Instagram and Facebook account about these changes and my (and my students) excitement over this revolution. With that, I've have had a lot of feedback and questions from all of you. I'm hopefully that I covered everything that you are all wondering about so let's start from the beginning... 

Homework. Just the word used to make me shake my head! Like most of us, we have been doing homework for the majority of our lives. Starting in elementary, middle and high school, I remember textbooks, page numbers to read/do, and thick packets of work. In college, I recall articles and textbooks to read, and papers upon papers to write. Even as a teacher, I dreaded homework. The students never did it. The parents expected and demanded it (mostly because they too have been doing homework for years and that's just what you do in school). Then there is me, caught in the middle of this love/hate relationship with homework.

HEAD OVER TO LAUGH EAT LEARN TO READ MORE ABOUT MY HOMEWORK EVOLUTION!


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