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I have been trying a new way of Homework this year with my class.
Without homework, according to homework dissenters, children have more time for exercise, hobbies, and extra-curricular activities.
Some argue that homework sets up an adversarial family dynamic; others point out the inequity of some students getting consistent parent support while other children are not in the position to receive the help.
I dare say, if I repeated the lesson with parents, most of them would give the word homework a thumbs-down for connotation as well. These schools hold the belief that setting a habit of nightly homework helps students develop study habits that perpetuate into high school and college.
The intent is also that students have continued reinforcement of objectives taught during the school day. They cite research that negates the idea that homework contributes to student learning.