Via Patrick Lenz - "The debate over homework often falls into two categories: “Yes, I’m for it” or “No, I’m against it.” I am of the mind that homework can be a powerful tool that fosters a love of learning, creates strong partnerships with families, and pushes students to reach learning targets."
From Cult of Pedagogy - "In my own elementary physical education classes, it is my students who consistently remind me that the content (skills, patterns, understandings) is not what they are there for, per se. Rather, they are there to have fun, be with their friends, and learn to do some things in the process. Understanding this helps me see my students more fully and also tap into their rich capacities for insight and discovery. One way I do this is with a trouble huddle."
From Richard Byrne - "The Writer's Workshop is a playlist of twenty-two TED-Ed lessons. The The Writer's Workshop contains lessons on basic topics like how to use punctuation and videos on more complex topics like how to make your writing humorous."