THE END OF HOMEWORK BY ETTA KRALOVEC AND JOHN BUELL

No eBook available Amazon. He is also co-author of “The End of Homework”. Professional educators need to design rigorous academic work, scaffold new knowledge, and coach new study habits. The poor person’s version of the emblematic soccer mom is the burger mom—the mother who works nights in a fast food restaurant while her children sit in a booth waiting for her to help them with homework. Students need to complete long-term, independent projects as part of a rigorous academic program. Etta Kralovec , John Buell Snippet view – Erika rated it really liked it Jul 11,

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I agree with the the fact that homework disrupts families, overburdens children and limits learning.. According to this author, a big problem facing America is too much emphasis on academics. Do we have the courage to call for adequate school funding? Etta Kralovec , John Buell.

Homework is controversial, not only because of legitimate questions about its efficacy. By the ‘s, assigning homework to our chldren has a priority equal to national security.

the end of homework by etta kralovec and john buell

Either homework is of no educational value—in which case why is anyone doing it—or we are committing the worst form of educational discrimination by differentiating academic programs on the basis of economic class. He is also co-author of “The End of Homework”. Emily rated it liked it Jan 26, The Epic of the Buddha. Published August 1st by Beacon Press first published July 17th Also by Etta Kralovec. Focus on Genuine Reforms Educators are under the gun as never before to improve student achievement.

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In my world, all anyone cares about is sports, watching TV, and playing computer games. The rest of it can be summed up as: Books by Etta Kralovec. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. This curious solution raises troubling questions: Homework in Historical Perspective.

By calling homework into question, we are not questioning the work of homework, but rather the value of students completing that work at home.

The power of the hours: Homework in Historical Perspective. Some students go home to well-educated parents and have easy access to computers with vast databases.

An administrator’s guide to setting sound and effective policies. They need to learn many skills through drill and practice. Japanese schools spend a greater portion of their budgets on professional development and organize their school days so that teachers can work collaboratively.

Arguing that in assigning massive amounts of homework to students, teachers and schools are essentially abdicating their responsibility to teach, the authors advocate forcefully for protecting the leisure time of children, who need a balance of work and play that allows them to prepare for their futures in work AND in citizenship.

the end of homework by etta kralovec and john buell

To ask other readers questions about The End of Homeworkplease sign up. I found it interesting but frustrating as the author’s purpose was to convince the Please try again later. Bryan Grado rated it it was amazing Apr 08, The End of Homework is not really targeted at an age group. It seems to be geared towards both parents and educators. Does it make children, teachers, and parents angry at each other rather than allied with each other? While there are several later books that also examine this venerable institution – Alfie Kohn ‘s The Homework Myth comes to mind – I’m not sure any do a better job.

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Maggie rated it really liked amd Jan 24, The poor person’s version of the emblematic soccer mom is the burger mom—the mother who works nights in a fast food restaurant while her children sit in a booth waiting for her to help them johhn homework. A bit of a slow read but still has interesting points. It seems to be geared towards both parents and educators. Beacon Press- Education – pages. Educational Leadership, 58 334—