This book looks at the contribution that homework tasks do or do not make to student learning and raises some fundamental issues surrounding homework as well as providing clear practical advice for teachers setting homework, on the selection of homework tasks, how they should be presented to students, the support and feedback that students find most useful and the ways in which parents can be involved in supporting homework.
Publisher: Open University Press
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