What to consider when assigning homework

10/20/2013 | KQED.org

Some education researchers say the most important question regarding homework isn't how much teachers should assign, but whether the work helps students learn. Homework that incorporates memory practices such as retrieval and spaced repetition is most effective, according to a study published in the Economics of Education Review.

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