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-Learners will be able to  
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-Learners will be able to choose specific homework practices given academic research, and advice from fellow professionals.
  
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-Learners will be able to design a homework policy for a course they currently teach.
  
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-Learners will be able to justify the homework policy they wrote using academic sources, and experiential knowledge. 
  
  
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<u>Task Two:</u> Begin to write your homework policy. Show at least two other professionals. You may wish to include a professional who is also a parent of a school-age child. Take into account what their experiences on homework policies have been, and use their advice to help you edit or revise your policy.
 
 
  
  
  
 
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Submit a final copy of your homework policy. Annotate the policy with specific reasons why you chose the rules and protocols by providing sources.
  
 
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Revision as of 14:14, 7 May 2014

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What will my homework policy be?


Performance Objectives

-Learners will be able to choose specific homework practices given academic research, and advice from fellow professionals.

-Learners will be able to design a homework policy for a course they currently teach.

-Learners will be able to justify the homework policy they wrote using academic sources, and experiential knowledge.


Unit Tasks

Task One:

1. Read this article from the National Association of Elementary School Principals File:Homework Policies.pdf

2. Read this short list of reminders when writing a homework policy: http://www.learnnc.org/lp/pages/737


Task Two: Begin to write your homework policy. Show at least two other professionals. You may wish to include a professional who is also a parent of a school-age child. Take into account what their experiences on homework policies have been, and use their advice to help you edit or revise your policy.


Task Three: Submit a final copy of your homework policy. Annotate the policy with specific reasons why you chose the rules and protocols by providing sources.

References