Homework Hotline, the live, statewide educational television program that provides students in grades four through 12 the tools needed to succeed with their homework, and supports academic achievement across a variety of New York State Learning Standards. Teachers from the Rochester City School District host the show – teaching mini lessons in various curriculum topics to give more depth to problem solving and complex content.
In addition to providing homework help, Homework Hotline presents daily thematic segments on health, animals, book reviews, history, environment issues, and people and places in New York State. Homework Hotline sends out daily updates and helpful hints for the “Teaser” question on its Facebook page.
Hosts: Laura Drake and Donna Mineo
This week on Homework Hotline we will continue our celebration of Women’s History Month by taking a look at the Women’s NCAA basketball tournament. We will also see how one race car team is using waste to fuel their car.
Hosts: Craig Zaremba and Donna Mineo
Today we continue to look at the women’s March Madness tournament by comparing the teams’ free throws and three point shots percentages. We will also head to the Rosemond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse, NY to learn about flamingos.
Hosts: Craig Zaremba and Sam Simpson
Today we will be taking a closer look at the women’s UCONN basketball team. History teacher Howard Krug will also be here with a lesson on Rosie the Riveter.
Hosts: Joe Zuniga and Sam Simpson
We will wrap up Women’s History Month and take a look at this week’s Hotline book reviews.
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