My 11-year-old is at secondary school and has homework from at least two classes every evening, sometimes more. Some homework is for the next day, some for a week later, some part of a long-term project.
"The Internet is without a doubt one of the best resources available to us. Unfortunately it’s also extremely dangerous if you aren’t aware of who and what lurks behind the scenes. Everyone should know how to be safe when surfing the web, but internet safety tips and tricks are spread out all over the web without a go-to resource.
So Open Colleges have created a very detailed guide to staying safe of the Internet in the form of an interactive infographic."
by Karl Kapp: So the statement “games don’t teach” is simply not supported by the evidence. The preponderance of evidence is that games can and do teach. Now does every game teach? No. Neither does every lecture or every online course.
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