The homework is too difficult, too easy, too boring, too! The homework is a hot topic among parents, children and professionals, takes hours every day, and still many people wonder if it is still effective. There is much discussion about whether homework helps children to learn, some research on the subject, but few clear answers. For example, a 31-page long article published in the Journal of Educational Psychology is titled: \"The relationship between homework and achievement - still much of a mystery.\"
As a parent you will have to live with homework, or protest it, or just decide to homeschool and avoid the problem altogether. It makes sense to decide how you\'re going to get. The best time to do that is by 10 pm, when you and your child are two tears exhausted and near. Instead, get a plan in advance.
The first step is to talk to other parents. Try to assess if all children are fighting, or if your child is having more problems than others. Investigating the Association National Education Guidelines for the homework, or the recommendations of Harris Cooper, widely regarded as the expert in the homework. Find the official policy of the homework in your district or school. Finally, it is a good idea to talk with your child\'s teacher. All this progress of the investigation may take time, but will put you in a more even footing with people assignment and approval of the homework and will work together to make a plan.
If your child has special needs, for example, is diagnosed with a learning disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorde , autism or autism spectrum disorder , Asperger\'s Syndrome, Nonverbal Learning Disorder (NLD), or a Pervasive Developmental Disorder , it is essential that the management of homeworks is part of the curriculum. Time management, planning and organization, often called executive skills, are the things that these kids struggle with. A well-planned preparation system can help these children improve their executive functioning skills. Mal thought homework can make their lives and yours a nightmare.
If the homework is too slow, covers material your child has not been taught, or does not make sense, you are entitled to discuss your concerns with the teacher, or even the director. If it\'s getting late, your child is exhausted, and the homework has become an emotional odyssey, it is reasonable to consider it was finished. And if the homework is an ongoing battle that is filling his time with family and allow your child there is no opportunity for relaxation, you are forced to fight against the system and support your child. All children are entitled to an education, but at the same time, all children have the right to be children.
The conclusion of the homework is that parents. The homework is being assigned to their children, who will work at home. It\'s okay to question the value of assignments, limit the time your child spends on homework, prioritize important work, discuss assignments with teachers and even make the decision that, sometimes, the homework simply can not do.