Homework? Really? That’s So 1950s

Rae Pica with Janine Bempechat,Etta Kralovec,Josh Stumpenhorst,Brian Nichols

The debate about homework is heating up again, much of it driven by connected educators through social media. The growing consensus is that the notion of homework has passed its expiration date, but has it? Are you still assigning homework? Should you?

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January 30, 2013
Episode Guests
Etta Kralovec, co-author of The End of Homework, is an associate professor of teacher education at University of Arizona, South. Janine Bempechat is a professor of psychology and human development at Wheelock College in Boston, MA. Josh Stumpenhorst, is an award-winning teacher and a junior high language arts and social science teacher. Brian Nichols is currently Executive Director of School Leadership for Newport News Public Schools, located in Newport News, VA.
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