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homework matters

Postby al33c » Fri Aug 10, 2018 6:04 am

Today's "library" isn't the internet if students don't have a clue about how to use it to find reliable information. They need real information science professionals like from yourhomeworkhelp.org/do-my-science-homework/ teaching them to think about where on the internet they can find authoritative information to support their research. They should be taught to ask themselves, "Who would compile this information and give it out at no charge? Is the person or group publishing the information trustworthy?"

What they don't need (and often get) is some non-specialist certified teacher or IT support person putting them on keyboarding software or showing them how to use bullet points and cool effects in their PowerPoint presentations (this in elementary schools). They also don't need content-starved educational "databases" that haven't changed in the last 15 years.

I do agree with you, Jeff, that students do need homework. They also need to read high-quality texts that will prime them to write with good style and syntax.

I don't believe the trouble is with high school English (or History, Science, or math) teachers. High school teachers in most states are required to have the subject knowledge that allows them to teach critical thinking to students). I believe the weakness in most places is in the weaker certification requirements for K-8, K-6 especially.
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Re: homework matters

Postby paylituzu » Mon Aug 13, 2018 8:25 pm

Successful people will do things differently. They always differentiate them from others. I like your point ,fifa55
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