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Daily Homework: A Study-Skills Strategy
A presentation from the 2018 Summer Meeting: Washington, DC
Often in science courses homework problems are assigned in block sets that represent content throughout a topic. Students are encouraged to look over these problems following each lecture as a study aid for the material presented. More often than not, students wait until the due date for these problems sets to begin their attempts; resulting in a flurry of questions and concerns. This presentation will focus on the switch from these homework blocks to smaller daily assignments that represent content from an individual lecture. Logistical information about the assignments, a compare and contrast of block homework scores to those of daily homework scores for the same student group, and student feedback will be a part of the presentation.
Robert W. Arts,
2018 Summer Meeting: Washington, DC
PER: Assessment, Grading and Feedback