Embracing Alternatives to Homework in Early Childhood: Research and Pedagogies
Providing readers with a robust, practical understanding of how young children build knowledge, this book offers a critical examination of the ways traditional homework fails young children, and how alternatives can better build collaborative engagement with families while supporting learning across all content areas.
Grounded in culturally sustaining practices, the first section breaks down the pedagogies that support deep learning, while later chapters emphasize the role of critical and creative thinking, project-based learning, and student choice in the development of engaging, personally relevant home learning experiences. Embracing Alternatives to Homework in Early Childhood is a critical text for anyone seeking to reimagine homework practices as both equitable and agency-building in PreK-3. [From the publisher]
New York, NY
Preschool and kindergarten, Homework alternatives, Deep learning, Pedagogies
Early Childhood Education | Educational Methods
Eckhoff, Angela, "Embracing Alternatives to Homework in Early Childhood: Research and Pedagogies" (2022). Teaching & Learning Faculty Books. 35.