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homework

1. school work done out of lessons, esp at home
2. any preparatory study
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But the question being asked by parents and child therapists for a while now is if excessive homework is resulting in unhealthy amounts of stress in children.
It's a really good way to make homework fun as we can present our findings in any way we want.
Traditional homework as we know it will disappear," Maier said in a (http://alrt4.
At the Eugene Waldorf School, homework is introduced slowly during the fourth grade and increases with each subsequent grade.
Even if you regard grades or test scores as good measures of learning, which I do not, doing homework has no statistical relationship to achievement in elementary school.
This model identifies three blocks of variables: academic achievement, student homework engagement, and influence of the environment.
A huge amount of strife can be avoided if homework is designed rather than just assigned.
The world-famous Cheltenham Ladies' College is reviewing its homework policy to see if a ban could help improve their pupils' mental health and wellbeing.
Then you'd get much less homework because you'd do it all in school.
There are several reasons students have homework completion problems.
As recently as twelve years ago, even a cursory examination of the scope of published literature on homework would have been sufficient to evidence one of its most significant shortcomings;
Teachers and parents vary in how much homework they think children should do.