21 February 2014
Homework: A useless tool for higher test scores
Roy, Meghna. “Study says homework doesn’t help students get better grades.” Bennett,
Coleman & Co., 1 Dec. 2012. Web. 28 Jan 2014 The Times of India shows the article of “ study says homework doesn’t help students get good grades.” The article explains the view on how homework could help raise grades but there is also a counterview on how homework should be abolished. They contradict on how homework effects students school and social life. Both of the views give good facts and details. These articles could help with my research paper because by giving me different ideas on what I could write about and some of the details I didn’t even know about. Wolchover, Natalie. “Too much homework is bad for kids.” Tech Media Network, 30
March 2012. Web. 30 Jan 2014
In this article, researchers from Sydney University study the usefulness of homework on students. They concluded that piling on the homework doesn't help kids do better in school. In fact, it can lower their test scores. A group of Australian researchers taken the results of several recent studies, investigating the relationship between times spent on homework and students' academic performance. This article gives many facts, that were tested and studied on students, which could be useful for my research and gives good insight on homework times and gives different opinions from actual researchers that have studied this process. Kohn, Alfie. “The Truth About Homework.” Alfiekohn.org, 6 Sept 2006. Web. 4 Feb
In this article, The results of national and international exams raise further doubts about the usefulness of homework. Many researchers from 50 different countries came up with negative results. There are no bias information, just facts that the researchers have studied profusely. They have many facts and quotes from different studies they did on different types of students, that information can help with certain prospects of my research paper. Fuglei, Monica. “The Homework Debate: The Case Against Homework.” Concordia
University, 2009. Web. 9 Feb 2014. In this article, the author turns each paragraph into its own sub heading that illustrates which paragraph talks about what. This will help search for the right information quicker. The author uses references from a well-known book about homework use and many quotes from children and their parents. What this article also has is feedback. The author outs in way on how to help students with an overload of homework. This paragraph can help be used in my research paper. Refvik, Andreas. “ Is Homework Redundant?” Learning Diversity, 27 Feb 2013. Web. 9
Feb 2014. The author examines the studies of both Penn State University and Curry School Education to come up with three reasons why homework is useless. In each reason, the author includes quotes from different professers and uses key information to make their point. The author also includes information from studies of children and how much homework they are given and how their grades are effected. The ages of the students vary but are equal no matter what age they are. Kohn, Alfie. "Homework: No Proven Benefits." Edutopia. The George Lucas
Educational Foundation, 19 Oct. 2006. Web. 16 Feb. 2014. In this article, there are many opinions on homework that many agreed with. How students never have enough free time or how too much homework is assigned that does not give students enough sleep so they don’t work as hard. The article is very bias but gives good insight on how education works. They’re no facts but many of the opinions can help me come up with more topics on why homework is useless in the education system. Barnes, Mark. "SmartBlogs on Education." SmartBlogs. SmartBrief, 13 Nov. 2012. Web.
19 Feb. 2014. This article is in a blog form. That means that it is the opinion of the author. This article could definitely give me...
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