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  1. 10 Reasons Why Students Don’t Do Homework

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  4. Why Students Don't Do Their Homework--And What You Can Do About It

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  6. Should Homework Be Banned in Schools

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  1. Why Students Should Not Have Homework

    Examining these arguments offers important perspectives on the wider educational and developmental consequences of homework practices. 1. Elevated Stress and Health Consequences. According to Gitnux, U.S. high school students who have over 20 hours of homework per week are 27% more likely to encounter health issues.

  2. 10 Reasons Why Students Don't Do Homework

    The student is rebelling against a parent. If a parent cares about a student's grades and a student is trying to rebel, often a quick way to do so is to stop doing homework. This usually gets the parent's attention quickly. This is particularly true in cases where parents are very demanding and very controlling.

  3. Homework Pros and Cons

    Homework does not help younger students, and may not help high school students. We've known for a while that homework does not help elementary students. A 2006 study found that "homework had no association with achievement gains" when measured by standardized tests results or grades. [ 7]

  4. Should We Get Rid of Homework?

    As a parent, I would rather my daughter not get stuck doing the sort of pointless homework I would occasionally assign, but I also think there's a lot of value in saying, "Hey, a lot of work ...

  5. This is why we should stop giving homework

    I'll summarize four main reasons why homework just flat out doesn't make sense. ... If A and B happen simultaneously, we do not know whether A causes B or B causes A, or whether both phenomena occur casually together or are individually determined by another set of variables…Thus far, most studies in this area have amounted to little more ...

  6. Stanford research shows pitfalls of homework

    Less than 1 percent of the students said homework was not a stressor. * Reductions in health: In their open-ended answers, many students said their homework load led to sleep deprivation and other ...

  7. Why Students Don't Do Homework (And What You Can Do About It)

    There are several reasons why students don't do homework. Complicated directions, an excessive homework workload, and apathy towards homework can all contribute to a lack of homework completion. Fortunately, teachers can adapt homework assignments to meet students' needs, thus increasing homework completion rates.

  8. Why Students Don't Do Their Homework-And What You ...

    Here are 6 research-backed reasons for why students resist homework- plus tips to help overcome them. 6 Reasons Students Don't Do Their Homework-And What You Can Do About It. Fact #1 The homework takes too long to complete. In a study of over 7000 students (average age of 13), questionnaires revealed that when more than 60 minutes of ...

  9. Are You Down With or Done With Homework?

    These days, nightly homework is a given in American schools, writes Kohn. "Homework isn't limited to those occasions when it seems appropriate and important. Most teachers and administrators aren't saying, 'It may be useful to do this particular project at home,'" he writes. "Rather, the point of departure seems to be, 'We've decided ahead of ...

  10. Does Homework Really Help Students Learn?

    Homework is a graded assignment. I do not know of research showing the benefits of graded assignments going home. Practice; however, can be extremely beneficial, especially if there is some sort of feedback (not a grade but feedback). That feedback can come from the teacher, another student or even an automated grading program. ...

  11. Why Homework Doesn't Seem To Boost Learning--And How It Could

    The research cited by educators just doesn't seem to make sense. If a child wants to learn to play the violin, it's obvious she needs to practice at home between lessons (at least, it's ...

  12. The Pros and Cons of Homework

    Homework has its pros and cons, especially for college students. It can enhance critical thinking, time management, and learning, but it also brings stress, impacts mental health, and can become overwhelming. Finding the right balance is key. Focus on quality assignments, maintain flexibility, and make sure your homework complements rather than ...

  13. The Pros and Cons of Homework

    Homework also helps students develop key skills that they'll use throughout their lives: Accountability. Autonomy. Discipline. Time management. Self-direction. Critical thinking. Independent problem-solving. The skills learned in homework can then be applied to other subjects and practical situations in students' daily lives.

  14. 15 Should Homework Be Banned Pros and Cons

    Banning homework would help to reduce these risks as well. 6. It increases the amount of socialization time that students receive. People who are only spending time in school and then going home to do more work are at a higher risk of experiencing loneliness and isolation.

  15. 10 Real Reasons Students Aren't Doing Their Homework

    Here are 10 real reasons that students aren't doing their homework: 1. It's boring. Let's face it, if you've been in school all day listening to the teachers and doing work, so why would you want to come home and do some more? 2. The instructions are too hard to understand.

  16. Is Homework Necessary? Education Inequity and Its Impact on Students

    Homework highlights digital inequity. Today, homework often requires a computer and/or internet connection, which many students do not have access to outside of school. Sources: NEAToday.org, "The Homework Gap: The 'Cruelest Part of the Digital Divide'," 2016; CNET.com, "The Digital Divide Has Left Millions of School Kids Behind," 2021.

  17. Should Students Have Homework?

    Children who don't do their homework are not lazy, he said, but they may be frustrated, discouraged, or anxious. And for kids with learning disabilities, homework is like "running with a sprained ankle. ... For example, practicing solving word problems can be helpful, but there's no reason to assign 50 problems when 10 will do. Recognizing that ...

  18. 11 Excuses for Not Doing Homework (And How to Stop Making Them)

    Excuse #1: You lack the required knowledge. Let your parents and teacher know if you're taking a class and feel as if you lack the necessary skills or knowledge to complete the homework. Ask your teacher for extra guidance so you don't fall too far behind. See if your parents can find the time to help you, or you can look for a tutor.

  19. How to Do Homework: 15 Expert Tips and Tricks

    Here's how it works: first, set a timer for 25 minutes. This is going to be your work time. During this 25 minutes, all you can do is work on whatever homework assignment you have in front of you. No email, no text messaging, no phone calls—just homework. When that timer goes off, you get to take a 5 minute break.

  20. Homework anxiety: Why it happens and how to help

    Use a calm voice. When kids feel anxious about homework, they might get angry, yell, or cry. Avoid matching their tone of voice. Take a deep breath and keep your voice steady and calm. Let them know you're there for them. Sometimes kids just don't want to do homework. They complain, procrastinate, or rush through the work so they can do ...

  21. Students not turning in homework? 4 common mistakes to avoid

    Mistake #3: Utilizing a one-size-fits-all approach to submission. As mentioned in the previous two mistakes, there are a lot of reasons why students aren't submitting their homework. In terms of solving that problem in your class, you have two options: 1) Being frustrated but still letting them suffer the consequences, or 2) working with the ...

  22. Why Do We Have Homework?

    Parents rarely get to spend much time with you while you're at school. Homework allows them to keep up with what you're doing in your classes on a daily basis. But you don't have homework purely for your parents' benefit. It's good for you, too! Homework can help you become a better student in several different ways.

  23. A Brief History of Grading—and What That Means for Schools Today

    Joe: Let's start by clarifying what we mean by grade inflation.Grade inflation occurs when a student's grade is higher than their actual understanding. When grades are inflated, that student ...