And I don't feel I'm really into UP to be honest. I have 3 dd's who behave quite normally and mostly do what they are asked etc. One of our current issues is homework. He won't do it. He has some maths, spellings and sentences to do each week. He screams, cries, throws stuff, and once put the homework in the bin. He can do the homework if he.
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Hands up if you love homework? Anyone? ANYONE? Weird. I don’t see any hands. School is back in, and with it, the onslaught of the weekly homework folders sent home brimming with updates from the teacher, worksheets, reading logs, and Scholastic books form (the only welcome piece of information in there). And with the onslaught of the folder, the desperate tears of almost every child (at some.
There's no one answer to this nor can all students who seem not to care be deemed nonchalant. The process of school relies heavily on memorization and memorization is not everyone's strength. Students and society both would be better served if hig.
Many children in the UK don't have access to technology at home. This is called the digital divide. Around a million children and young people don't have proper access to devices or the internet.
Homework? Psssh. I don't care about my future, idiot - STUPID KID.
You may as well ask the same about any other service profession that isn’t highly compensated. Police, nurses, and all the rest have some members of their professions who don’t care. With teachers, you’ll find that there are some who do care but a.
I don't want homework just for the sake of it and to keep the parents happy etc but wondered what teachers views were on it - and if lots of homework is better (or wirse) than little. Also, we are considering a move to a private school with a fairly good academic record but are also worried that this will mean a big change with a lot if homework required.