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How Can A Teacher Help Students Do Their Homework?

Author : David Greth

Students need to be prepared for the real world and teachers help make that happen by helping children grow to be the best they can.

To be able to inspire a child is a gift, and shouldn't be wasted. It should be harnessed and put to good use. Being a teacher, even with patience, isn't easy and if you're going to do it, and do it well, then you deserve every resource available.

Children in today's society no longer like the idea of just using pen and paper. I remember the days I was only allowed to use pen and paper. Grammar School was where I learned to use a computer and it wasn't easy. It took some getting used to. I hated homework when I was young and hated it even more if I had to do it on a computer. I was happy to stick with pen and paper. Saying something like that certainly doesn't do me any favours in the AGE department. I believe starting late learning how to use a computer was a major factor in my objecting to them early on.

Things are different now. Children have a computer from a young age; learning how to use one in secondary school ir a walk in the park. In other words; kids utilising computers from a young age can work to our benefit. Why haven't schools used this to their advantage and make it work for them. It's an easy question but one that hasn't really be answered until now and we're not talking about asking for homework to be typed and printed. This is actual combining of student; the internet; work. is the answer that brings all three together. This powerful website will help students and teachers alike and help both achieve more. Homework can be done on this site and the teacher can help if needed. The teacher can log into the site and keep track of what's being done, or not being done; whatever the case may be. Don't think of it as more work but simply the classroom gone digital. Going home to do homework alone was always a bore, but not with this site because you can do homework and chat to friends online. It's a great way to make a student want to do homework.

This is for teachers as much as it is for students, helping them get the best results possible out of students while at the same time making things a little less stressful. There's no need to get stressed anymore. Take a leisurely pace and get the job done. Any homework will now be done right with the help being close at hand and the student will feel a lot more confident.

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Tags:   homework, teacher, children, learning, education, key stage two, online, school

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