Homework organization for students (and their parents)
I spent a lot of time at my seminar and workshop, by phone and email, where they discussed the organization of the homework. In fact, they spend a lot of time listening to the parents that the children's homework does not turn out to be all crazy.
It is so difficult for many students to summon when they finally sit down to do their homework, exhausted. No wonder they do not want to do it! Organizing eliminates fatigue, bad behavior, delay, and rebellion.
Homework organization simply makes life easier for everyone.
These homework assignment tips are students, teachers, and parents. Print this list and read it with the kids. Then put it in the fridge and turn it often to everyone (parents, children, babysitters, grandparents) on the same organized side.
- a homework in one place. I strongly recommends using a knit or wired notebook – certainly not a loose leaf binder. I do not care how careful you are, the pages are dropped out, and then what is it? You will not know what to do and when you do not. The normal notebook is ok, but the calendar or calendar is the best. Some schools also provide this to students. Use it.
- Write your homework when you get them. This is mainly for the older students changing the classes and the teachers, but it is a good habit for everyone. If the teacher says, "Oh, tonight I want you to read Chapter 4," write this in your notebook.
- Write on each project or paper if you have a manuscript or curriculum. The publications disappear (I think they're loose socks hanging), but they will still know what to do and when to do it when has all written in your home notebook
- homework at a single place. There is no space or page for math, the other for writing, etc. You want to see everything in one place.
- Check your Home Notebook Three (3) times a day: Before leaving school (or all classes), make sure you have everything (books, papers, materials, etc.) that you may need later.
- Before starts the homework, check your notebook and make sure the right task, the right page, and so on. Perform.
- Before everything can be removed, it looks even faster. Did you do anything? Good!
- Decide where to download the completed task: a binder's pocket, a special homework assignment, and so on. You can choose to have a color coded folder for each class. If you decide to use folders, I strongly recommend to use 3-hole punched folders and keep them in a 3-ring binder. Whatever you choose, stick to it. Do not put your homework to your knitter today, folder tomorrow … And never throw your homework into a book or throw it into the backpack! Shodder!
- Use the Magic Home Taskbar. There is one, right? The Magic Homework Box is a box in which every homework and course material is needed for the student. These supplies only come out of the Magic House case during home assignments, so they always have the ones you need. Now, this is the spell!
- Clean up as soon as you're done with your homework. Not now. Later! Put the finished pages in the home task folder and then put the folder and home booklet in the backpack. Not only will the morning be less crazy, you do not have to sit in class knowing that you have completed the homework and forgot it at home (doh!). Do not forget to delete the dictionary and any other books you can use.
- Do not forget to return everything to the Magic Home task box. In my home, the homework is not "ready" until does not save and do nothing.
- Keep the backpack. Drop all of these candies and random paper. Keep an area or pocket that is full of some objects (pencil, sharpening, perhaps calculator) to make your homework anywhere – maybe even at home! Remove any qualified test, project, report, or paper that the teacher has taken the time to come back to us. Why? You may need to test for a test, a portfolio, or a project. At the end of the semester or at the end of the school year, you can throw everything away, but put each item in your own topic, but NOT for the homework. Keep in mind that homework is ONLY for accomplished homework that is ready to join!
- Do not give up! They say it lasts 21 days to make a good habit. If you have forgotten to do something on this list, do not stop trying. Hey, maybe if you remember that you have to write down everything, or clean up for 21 days, your mom or dad will do something extra for you. (Parents, this is a hint!)
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Please note that it is up to you to use the organizational tools of your children to use them. It is your job to NOT organize your child's homework! So, at the beginning, you can check your son's home booklet to make sure that he does all his job at one place, but he never dreams of calling the teacher and checking. You might want to look at how your daughter copies the date of the scientific project to his home-made notebook; you will not do it.
Yes, I know it's hard to let go … I've been there already. But we want our children to be organized and independent students, right?
You can do it!
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