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Whould you like to see this part "Homework Grades:K-12" of the forum removed, why or why not ?
Perhaps you misread that forum title ? It reads "Homework: Grade K-12", not "Homework Grades:K-12".Victor Frankenstein said:Whould you like to see this part "Homework Grades:K-12" of the forum removed, why or why not ?
If my students were doing their homework better than me, I'd remove myself from my job and think about a different career.Lisa! said:If I was a teacher, I would get angry because of these kind of forums and ask you to remove this part! Just imagine your students do their homework better than you!:grumpy:
Agreed! The best part here is that they don't just get handed answers, so it promotes learning, not cheating.Gokul43201 said:If my students were doing their homework better than me, I'd remove myself from my job and think about a different career.
Oh, I see what you're asking. Well, it's not that big of a deal. As Tom pointed out, it just helps control traffic a bit. However, some of the difference is the level of the student and their approach to learning, as well as how far in depth you can go with an answer, even if the initial topic/problem is similar. We know there's some overlap between senior level high school classes and introductory level college classes. I think it also keeps the junior high and high school students from panicking when they see questions that are way over their heads and don't know if that's something they should know yet. At the college level, you are more aware of how much is out there that you still have to learn and it's not so overwhelming as it is to a high school student who is worried if they know enough to get into college.Victor Frankenstein said:There kids in high school already taking advance math and science courses so thats where im comming from, high school algebra II for exa is pretty much the same as college algebra, concepts such as factoring a cubic polynomial doesn't change. Same with high school physics courses, problems simillar can be found in college text books.
It's not strange if sometimes students could find better solution to a problem especially if they get help from a scientist.( And we shouldn't expect a teacher to be more knowledgable than a scientist.) That's why I think students could do their homework better than their teacher. So if a teacher would be clever enough, s/he can come here and learn more.Gokul43201 said:If my students were doing their homework better than me, I'd remove myself from my job and think about a different career.