I ask that they keep the homework in their notebooks/binders.
They are expected to show their work on the actual homework paper or a separate sheet if there’s not room.
This helper walks around the classroom and awards points on Class Dojo for homework.
(Since implementing this routine, I have had very few students who miss out on earning points for homework.) Once I’m finished with administrative tasks (attendance, messages, etc.), we discuss the problems students want to review in whole-group, especially those that may have been challenging.
Spiral Reviews are included throughout the homework Sequence.
An assessment is included for Friday that assesses the skills and problem types addressed in that week’s homework.
That’s why I wanted my homework to be concise, but meaningful.
I KNOW how important spiraling is, especially with math, where it’s easy to “forget” content that we once knew.
The resource is aligned to Envision math, which made it perfect to use during state test review and finding exactly what standard I wanted students to practice.
I plan on using this resource as weekly assignments next year.