Establishing a Homework Checklist

The challenge is that, as students, you're often given a lot of information that is not organized. For parents, this is also frustrating because oftentimes your student has homework and they don't understand why it was even given. Sometimes the teacher isn't well organized or the homework itself demands that your student organizes it or organizes material, and that's something that they haven't been taught to do.

So we're going to talk today about how to organize material. This is really important as it relates to homework, because how you initially process information, then organize it and download it in that computer in your brain, it will dictate how you retrieve it later on, how you remember it later on, how you retrieve that information for tests or labs, or later down the road when you have to use this information again.

For younger students, you might really be working on understanding material, extracting key sentences, understanding concepts, and understanding the key themes of a story that you're reading. Take stock in the type of homework questions that your teacher is asking you because chances are those types of questions will be on the test. I hope you're going to make your pre-homework checklist with those key questions that I have down for you.

Please establish a homework space and consistent office hours for homework. Parents, focus on the student, and limit your distractions. And really remember that we aim for goal-driven and purpose-driven studies and purpose-driven homework. So try to figure out the purpose of the homework, and what's your purpose as a student for learning in this class? What goals do you have for learning in class this semester?

Remember. that we aim for goal-driven and purpose-driven studies and purpose-driven homework.

Key Takeaways:

1
Organizing material is a good first step at homework efficiency
2
Understand what this homework assignment has to do with what children are being taught in school.
3
Parents should focus while attending to their kid's needs

No More Homework Battles with Dr Sherry Kelly


Do You Need help with a Learning Difficulty?

Our simple online analysis will help you get to the core of the problem and find the right solution for you.

Understanding how to help someone with a learning difficulty starts with understanding which micro-skills are affected. When you learn which of the micro-skills is the problem, you will then be on your way to solving it.

You'll also learn how to:

  • Build confidence
  • Enhance Learning ability
  • Eliminate avoidance
  • Build grit

You can get this analysis for free by filling out this simple form. This will help you get to the bottom of a learning difficulty and provide you with a solution. If you are ready to put this problem behind you click the button below and fill out the form.