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Is Homework Harmful or Helpful?

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Yes! It is definitely helpful.

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Home › Blog › The Great Homework Debate: Is Homework Helpful or Harmful to Students? Sep 13, by Cory Armes, aborted.cf Sometimes, I feel as if I have been doing homework my entire life.

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Homework: a concept that everyone knows about. When they hear it, some cringe while others stand tall. Homework is a life changer for all students. It can help them prosper, or it can hinder them.

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Is Homework Harmful or Helpful? Pros & cons of homework. By Terri Akman (page 1 of 2) The value of homework has been debated for ages, oftentimes with kids and parents taking opposing sides. Policies differ among schools and even individual teachers about the amount of time kids should spend on homework each night, whether or not to grade at. Homework is defined as an out of class task assigned to students to help them practice and prepare for their future, on top of the work they did in class that day. But what people don’t seem to understand is homework is more harmful than it is helpful.

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So, is homework harmful or helpful? It can be both, depending on the student’s circumstances, and how much homework is assigned to them. It can help them develop skills that would be difficult to nurture in the school setting, and it can give them the time and space to understand concepts that may have passed them by otherwise. When homework is given properly and used as a recap the student did in class or perhaps learn curtain tools that will help student excel in the classroom such as, learning ABC's, sight words, multiplication.