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Any parent who has battled with a child over homework night after night has to wonder: Do those math worksheets and book reports really make a difference to a student’s long-term success?
Or is homework just a headache—another distraction from family time and downtime, already diminished by the likes of music and dance lessons, sports practices, and part-time jobs?
Your child needs help with math homework, but you’re not sure how to do the math problems yourself. It’s important not to spend more than 10 to 20 minutes working through math homework that neither you nor your child knows how to do.
Here are some suggestions for approaching math homework with your child.
Here are things to keep in mind when helping your child with tricky math homework.
Free and Open Students Are you a student looking to study mathematics on your own, and want to do exercises with immediate feedback as you work through a free and open textbook? Instructors Are you an instructor who wants to adopt an open textbook, who feels online interactive homework is valuable, but doesn't want their students to have to pay an additional fee?
Parental concerns about their children’s homework loads are nothing new.
Debates over the merits of homework—tasks that teachers ask students to complete during non-instructional time—have ebbed and flowed since the late 19th century, and today its value is again being scrutinized and weighed against possible negative impacts on family life and children’s well-being. In some middle-class and affluent communities, where pressure on students to achieve can be fierce, yes.
Then read more about using My Open Math in the classroom.
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