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homework

1. school work done out of lessons, esp at home
2. any preparatory study
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Even though we could not randomly choose the semester during which the greater and lesser incentive to do homework were introduced, we found similar results across semesters during which the course was offered within the lesser incentive group.
Our school district will benefit when students can get qualified help with homework and keep up with classmates.
Homework is putting too much pressure on children, say teachers
We have clear guidance for teachers on their legal entitlement to set homework.
Most head teachers have supported it but I no longer think homework has as much beneficial impact as I once thought.
In Germany, the amount of homework was found to be directly related to the type of school the student attends--either for high-achieving, low-achieving or average students.
After the due date, the homework assignment link would deactivate and shortly thereafter solutions were made available via MyEconLab.
In the study and its sequential book, The Learning Habit(Penguin Random House), researchers recommend reformation of the American homework system to make it culturally free, academically relevant, and family friendly.
Back to our situation, and even after a little research, I must admit, I am still all for homework.
They may be angry over penalties given them at home, and they may expect to feel embarrassed when homework gets checked.
We have asked on many occasions for some homework to assist his education, but despite this none is forthcoming.
It was suggested that allocating specific place for doing homework can help you child concentrate on the topics.