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We have blogged about Homework Policies before in MS Sunday Funday, but this week I wanted to focus on differentiated homework. I found some great posts about homework in my Google Reader this week so I am adding these here as well! Additionally, Sam Shah surveyed teachers about homework a couple of years back that I analyzed and summarized in this post. Those results changed my thoughts about grading homework – and I’ve never looked back! Thanks for great posts about homework.

- Matt, @mcoaty, Beneficial Math Homework in Elementary School
- Anna, @Borschtwithanna, Thoughts on homework
- Bob Lochel, Worksheets and Differentiation – Not Always Mutually Exclusive!
- Leslie, Homework…. a NECESSARY evil… and a PEP TALK (I highly recommend her homework binder – it has been a life saver for me this year! – Thanks Leslie!)
- Julie Reulbach, @jreulbach, Homework Choice Allows Differentiation and Encourages Creativity
- Eric Biederbeck, @vtdeacon, Math Homework- it shouldn’t be readiness only!
- Mary Dooms, @mary_dooms, Help wanted: differentiating math homework while implementing the Common Core
- Misty Carver, @rdmisty, Differentiation Saxon Math Homework
- Beth, Homework, Bane or Bliss?!?
- Alisan Royster, @G8rAli, Differentiating homework with rich tasks
- Elizabeth Hodges, , MS Funday Sunday Homework Differentiation

I’m so happy the Homework Binder has worked for you this year and thanks for the shout-out to my blog 🙂 I really do appreciate it. I hope you have a great week and look forward to reading your blog more:)

Leslie

http://jackofalltrades-leslie.blogspot.com/

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