Abstract: To ensure the best for students, teachers have been trying to figure out the most creative ways to present material so that their students will be able to learn what is asked of them in the most effective way. While different practices are recommended like the use of electronics, field trips, hands on learning, and many more; this paper describes why the best practice of all is homework. While teaching, instructors have used many practices to help their students in learning their core subjects such as math, science, history, and English. Some current in-class tactics include the use of electronics, hands-on learning, student participation, active participation, oral reading, and many more. Although all of these strategies are very common and useful, one practice has the most positive outcomes that are academically, short-term, long-term, and non-academically relevant to the students.
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Homework , or a homework assignment , is a set of tasks assigned to students by their teachers to be completed outside the class. Common homework assignments may include required reading , a writing or typing project, mathematical exercises to be completed, information to be reviewed before a test , or other skills to be practiced. It is often thought that Roberto Nevilis of Venice, Italy invented homework in as a punishment for his students. Upon further inspection, however, this seems to be more of an internet myth than a fact due to the lack of historic evidence. Instead, it is believed that Horace Mann , an American 19th-century politician and educational reformer , invented the modern concept of homework and made it an educational essential in schools. This inspired Horace Mann to enforce it into the American education system , which subsequently spread it around the world soon after.
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Because differences are our greatest strength. Pre-correcting and prompting is a classroom management strategy you can use to tell and remind students of behavior expectations before potential behavior problems occur. A pre-correction tells students how to approach a new task or situation. When you deliver a pre-correction, you identify what may be challenging and explicitly teach the correct response, using action-oriented language. A prompt sounds and looks like a pre-correction, but you use it to remind students of expectations for familiar tasks or situations.