Name: _____ Homework by S. V. Richard Jim and Meg go to school. Jim likes reading. Meg likes math. Jim and Meg have a lot of homework.
The Case Against Homework: A Fact Sheet WHAT THE RESEARCH SAYS c According to a 2001 review ofmore than 120 studies ofhomework and its effects by Professor Harris Cooper of Duke University, the country's leading homework researcher, and his updated 2006 review ofan additional sixty studies ...
Homework, Attitude and Achievement in Pre-Algebra: Is There Really a Connection? Lisa M. Vavra Omaha, Nebraska Math in the Middle Institute Partnership Action Research Project Report in partial fulfillment of the MAT Degree Department of Mathematics University of Nebraska-Lincoln July 2010
Helping Your StudentsWith Homework A Guide for Teachers By Nancy Paulu Edited by Linda B. DarbyIllustrated by Margaret Scott Office of Educational Research and Improvement U.S. Department of Education
Research Review: what research says about the value of homework Does homework help or hinder student learning—and which students, under what conditions, does it help or hinder?
U.S. Department of Education Rod Pa ige Secretary Office of Intergovernmental and Interagency Affairs Laurie M. Rich Assistant Secretary John McGrath Senior Director, Community Services and Partnerships Menahem Herman Director, Educational Partnerships and Family Involvement Unit May 2003 This ...
Homework A Conversation with Sara Bennett Kate McReynolds Reprinted from ENCOUNTER: Education for Meaning and Social Justice Volume 20 Number 3 Pages 11-15 A noted author discusses the insights she gained as she protected her children's free time, enthusiasm for learning, and family ...
HOMEWORK (Compiled by Margaret Carr, Educational Consultant, for the LDAT Conference, November, 1999) SUCCESSFUL HOMEWORK STRATEGIES FOR TEACHERS Teachers play a vital role in the selection, assignment, and use of homework.
P arent E ducational A dvocacy T raining C enter What Good Is Homework? What Good Is Homework? By Barbara Smith For some families, homework is just another activity that fits into their daily routine without too much trouble.
(Reprinted from Research Connections in Special Education, Number 8, Spring 2001) Homework has traditionally been considered by educators and parents alike to be an important ingredient in academic success.