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TJW Podcast Episode 3 - The National Anthem, Egypt's Revolution, and Homework
Posted by ★ Owner on February 7, 2011 at 1:06 AM

In this episode: TJWMusic.com receives an award, the recent questionable performance of the National Anthem at the Super Bowl, thoughts on the revolution in Egypt, and the benefits and myths of homework.


Original music featured in this podcast: Wind Chimes for woodwind quartet. Visit the Compositions page to download a free copy of the score, parts, and mp3 of this piece for your own enjoyment.


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The Homework Myth by Alfie KohnThe Homework Myth by Alfie Kohn is an interesting book that debunks many of the traditional views of the benefits of assigning homework to students. Mr. Kohn uses current research on the topic to point out the flaws in logic surrounding homework and how it contributes to the loss of students' natural interest in learning.


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