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Why do students have to attend school and do school work

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maryann carroll

on 8 June 2016

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Transcript of Why do students have to attend school and do school work

Memorable Quote
We need to think about how math and science is being taught because the things we do depend on how and what we learn.
What many students and teachers believe
In November 2012, the Pew Researchers Center's Internet and American Life Project released a study that surveyed 2,607 Advanced Placement and National Writing Project teachers. It found that while most teachers agreed that the Internet provides a wealth of info to students, they also said that students often don't have the digital-literacy skills to use wade through that info. 47% of the teachers surveyed said they " strongly agree" and another 44% said they " somewhat believe" that courses and content focusing on digital literacy should be incorporated into the school curriculum.
How some teachers think tests should be taken
A teacher says " tour typical find-information-and-regurgitate-it-to-me kinds of projects in the name of teaching students how to locate information. As this year's project approached, I decided I needed to step it up a notch. If I rail against the way standardized tests have taught how to regurgitate facts, then how is what I've been doing any different?"
The new 21st century learners must master more than the core curriculum to succeed in secondary and post secondary institutions as well as in the workplace. The partnership for 21st century skills, a national organization advocating for 21st century readiness for every student, explains the outcomes of this transformation as fusing the traditional three R's with four C's: critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration.
Setting up a life long skill
Learning research skills at a young age will give students a skill that will serve them over a lifetime. This skill will not only be useful in school, but in their everyday lives as they attempt to absorb ever-increasing amounts of information. Teachers will do their students a great service in teaching these skills.




That's A Wrap!!!!!
Why do students have to attend school and do school work
by: Logan Levandowski
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