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Episode 11 – Students Should Have Math Homework (LIVE!) #DebateMath Podcast

A LIVE debate on Homework! We are so excited to share the recording of our first-ever live debate at the @PCTMpctm math conference. Listen in as two teams of two debate the resolution: Students Should Have Math Homework. This episode includes live voting and Q&A from the audience. Connect with People in this Episode:Follow Shelby on Twitter: @StrongerMath or @Sneffleupagus. Website: http://www.strongermath.comFollow Rachel on Twitter: @rayieko1Follow Crystal Watson on Twitter: @_CrystalMWatson, Website: crystalmwatson.comFollow Justin on Twitter: @JustinAionListened to the episode? Now, it’s your turn to vote! Go to our Twitter: @DebateMathPod to cast a vote.Don’t forget to check out the video version of this podcast on our YouTube channel!Keep up with all the latest info by following @DebateMathPod or going to debatemath.com. Follow us @Rob_Baier & @cluzniak. And don’t forget to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts!
  1. Episode 11 – Students Should Have Math Homework (LIVE!)
  2. Episode 10 – Calculus & College Admissions
  3. Episode 9 – Elementary Teachers Should Be Content Specialists
  4. Episode 8 – I Do, We Do, You Do Must Go!
  5. Episode 7 – Cut Quadratics

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