Homework Resources for Parents

Learning to study effectively can be one of a child's greatest challenges, and there's no one right way. These resources can help parents work with their student to find just the right strategies for success at studying and homework.

 

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Homework High - Channel 4

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5 to 11
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Students - ages 11 to 16 - can solicit the help of a virtual librarian on this British site that offers an "Ask Jeeves" style of homework assistance. A teacher-monitored ...more
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Students - ages 11 to 16 - can solicit the help of a virtual librarian on this British site that offers an "Ask Jeeves" style of homework assistance. A teacher-monitored live advice session is offered during evening hours (U.K. time - roughly 2pm-5pm Eastern time).

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While this site does not have all of the answers, and the search method can be a bit awkward (correct spelling is a must!), it is still useful as a resource to point students in the right direction when they need more information about a topic. Bookmark this site on your classroom computer or suggest that parents make it available to their children as an at-home reference.

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Helping Your Child with Homework - U.S. Department of Education

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This checklist from the Department of Education clearly organizes and outlines what parents can do to make school and homework a priority in their students' lives. Pass along the site...more
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This checklist from the Department of Education clearly organizes and outlines what parents can do to make school and homework a priority in their students' lives. Pass along the site to parents, who will undoubtedly appreciate the easy methods recommended on this list.

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This site offers tips for parents from the Department of Education.

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How Parents and Families can help their Children do better in School - U.S. Department of Education

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This site from the Department of Education offers a few simple tips to help parents make education a success and priority in their student's lives. ...more
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This site from the Department of Education offers a few simple tips to help parents make education a success and priority in their student's lives.

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Pass this site along to parents via wiki or webpage, allowing them to help their students outside of the classroom.

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