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Teacher shares her rules for homework

ECIS SmartBrief | Feb 08, 2017

Homework can help students learn -- if it's the right type of homework -- according to Helen Silvester, neuroscientist and head of science at Mentone Girls' Grammar in Melbourne, Australia. She shares several of her own rules for assigning homework and writes that she often assigns homework for primary-school students that includes real-life examples, while older students focus on key concepts from classroom lessons. The Guardian (London) (07 Feb.)


Should students bring phones to school?

ECIS SmartBrief | Feb 01, 2017

Study: Language learning helped by sleep

ECIS SmartBrief | Feb 15, 2017

Facebook falls in love with a teacher's welcome note to students

ECIS SmartBrief | Feb 08, 2017

Study links student movement, maths learning

ECIS SmartBrief | Feb 15, 2017

Headteachers weigh in on budget cuts

ECIS SmartBrief | Jan 25, 2017

Ideas for teaching self-directed learning

ECIS SmartBrief | Feb 01, 2017

Programme uses spatial reasoning to improve maths skills

ECIS SmartBrief | Feb 01, 2017

Study ties language, music skills

ECIS SmartBrief | Jan 25, 2017

Report makes predictions for education in UAE

ECIS SmartBrief | Feb 15, 2017


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