The debate over homework has gone on for decades, but schools and families have changed in many ways, and, as author Cathy Vatterott notes, “There’s a. Meet the Homework Lady. Cathy Vatterott. Homework Lady was created to provide information to teachers, school administrators, parents, and the general. Rethinking Homework has ratings and 40 reviews. Cathy In Cathy Vatterott’s book Rethinking Homework, Vatterott explains two sides of a long debated.
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ASCD Book: Rethinking Homework: Best Practices That Support Diverse Needs, 2nd Edition
The author never make a point or has an opinion that is backed up. I highly recommend that every parent, teacher, and administrator reads this book. Numerous examples from teachers and schools illustrate the new paradigm in action, and readers will find useful new tools to start homeework on their own journey. Good points were argued throughout the book and I am reaffirmed that my stance on homework is legit: Conclusion Cathy Vatterott has crafted a timely and useful guide for understanding and transcending the recurring debate related to traditional homework.
Trivia About Rethinking Homewo Veteran teacher, trainer, professor, consultant, and author Cathy Vatterott distills her years of experience with all kinds of schools into a balanced approach that ensures homework leads to more opportunities for learning and teaching At last, a book that forever solves the debate over whether homework is vatterptt essential component of rigorous schooling or a harmful practice.
While the journey feels like a swing, with public attitude making regular arcs between two main camps Pro-homework vs. Short on substance, long on opinion. Schools should take a look at this homework bill of rights and then have a discussion about their own philosophy of homework: Is homework an essential component of rigorous schooling or a harmful practice that alienates and discourages a significant number of students?
Parenting styles Beliefs about the place of academic work in life Parent involvement in homework Economic realities Power structures at home While any one of these topics could create enough fodder for a Malcolm Gladwell book, the brief exposure to them has the cumulative effect of making the homework dilemma seem downright impossible to solve. The debate over homework has gone on for decades, but schools and families cahy changed in many caty, and, as author Cathy Vatterott notes, “There’s a reethinking Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Instead, the author urges educators to replace the “old paradigm” characterized by longstanding cultural beliefs, moralistic views, the puritan work ethic, and behaviorist philosophy with a “new paradigm” vxtterott on the following elements:. Customers who bought this item also bought. English Choose a language for shopping. There is a renegotiation going on right now rethinkimg the public and our education system. Aug 05, Kari S rated it liked it.
I read along and agreed with many of the concerns presented about the importance of a balanced life for students, but when it came to strategies to address these concerns, the kinds of “quality” homework examples are things we’ve been doing at my school for years, to the point where the examples seemed a little behind on quality.
Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. September 9, Language: This could have been a long article in an education journal.
Dec 03, Nshslibrary rated it really liked it. At each grade level, there appears to be an optimum amount of homework. Or is it included to remind all readers of the building vatterktt that form the foundation for constructing knowledge and creating homework routines that cultivate understanding?
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Oct 08, Tracey rated it it was amazing Shelves: In many ways it feels like Ms. And why do we give so damn much of it? Someone recommended this book to me, and it was full of interesting food for thought from taking away grades for homework to “decriminalize” it and using it for formative assessments only, to limiting the amount of time students spend on homework and scheduling homework nights specifically for each content area.
It is an effective approach, as it readies the reader for her final two chapters in which she lays out strategies for providing homework that works for all students.
The Battle Over Homework: These histories, beliefs, and forces combine to form the foundation from which Ms. Dec 29, Kami rated it it was amazing. I don’t agree with everything in it, but I do think that the author makes some legitimate points. Want to Rerhinking Currently Reading Read. Your statements were very genuine and truly inspring… Just what I needed to continue my struggle jihad. Assessment and grading formative assessment homework education policy school improvement and reform standards.
Some good ideas and insights about homework. Vatterott’s approach vatteerott like a balanced one, based on critical thinking, which I love.
I loved this book! At last, a book that forever solves the debate over whether homework is an essential component of rigorous schooling or a harmful practice.
Rethinking Homework: Best Practices That Support Diverse Needs by Cathy Vatterott
Peer feedback was not a new idea, or the idea that homework vatteroht first attempts are practice and ungraded to encourage a culture where it’s safe to learn and make mistakes. This book definitely gave me a lot of ideas and processes to use in the future when I get a classroom of my own!
Nov 08, Megan rated it it was amazing.
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Rethinking Homework: Best Practices That Support Diverse Needs
Preview — Rethinking Homework by Cathy Vatterott. She also explores how the current homework debate has been reshaped by forces including the Common Core, a pervasive jomework and technology presence, the mass hysteria of “achievement culture,” and the increasing shift to standards-based and formative assessment.
The book is split into 5 main chapters that essentially cover history, dynamics, research, practices, and strategies. Open Preview See a Problem?