Lesson 3: Grading and Late Homework

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Unit 1 Lesson 3: Grading and Late Homework>

Objective: Participants will be able to identify appropriate practices through the lens of homework assignments.


Investigation:

1. View

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2. Discuss

What messages do these images attempt to convey about homework for students in lower grades? Respond to at least two peers in the discussion thread.

3. Read:

Two Opinions: Should Homework be Graded for Accuracy?

Methods for Managing Late Work

4. Reflection:

Reflect on the following questions in a notebook or journal. You will continue to reflect on concepts throughout the course, so keep the notebook on hand!

  • What are your expectations for students in terms of responsibility?
  • Is it appropriate to expect students under the age of 10 to have full control of work done at home?
  • What daily hurdles do you notice for students in terms of homework?

5. Extra Resources

https://study.com/blog/how-accepting-late-assignments-helped-my-students.html


References:

Lee, L. (2019, September 27). Methods for Managing Late Work. Edutopia. https://www.edutopia.org/article/methods-managing-late-work

Schneider, M. & Ryan, P. (2020, October 7). Two opinions: Should homework be graded for accuracy. The Falcon. https://fssfalcon.org/3283/opinion/two-opinions-should-homework-be-graded/

Return to the page below, then navigate to Unit 2.

Victoria Robey-Hicks Mini Course