Home Work

Author: International Labour Office

Publisher: International Labour Organization

ISBN: 9789221098690

Category: Home labor

Page: 122

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Provides equivalents of frequently used terms. Intended for rapid consultation by interpreters in preparation for ILO technical meetings.

Handbook of Homework Assignments in Psychotherapy

Author: Nikolaos Kazantzis,Luciano L'Abate

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387296816

Category: Psychology

Page: 464

View: 1730


This handbook is the first resource for the practicing clinician that addresses the role of homework – patients’ between-session activities - across major therapeutic paradigms and complex clinical problems. The book opens with a series of practice-orientated chapters on the role of homework in different psychotherapies. A wide range of psychotherapy approaches are covered, each illustrated with clinical examples. The book includes valuable coverage of complex and chronic disorders. Novice and seasoned psychotherapists from all training backgrounds will find useful ideas in this volume.

Homework and Study Support

Author: Julian Stern

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134092210

Category: Education

Page: 188

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First Published in 1997. The book explains why homework is important, how teachers can set interesting and effective and well-differentiated homework, how schools can best support homework, how managers can best develop whole-school homework policies, and how parents can support the educational progress of their children. Different parts of this book are aimed at teachers, managers, and parents but pupils do not have a section to themselves.

The Battle Over Homework

Author: Harris M. Cooper

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1631440128

Category: Education

Page: 160

View: 9183


Homework is the cause of more friction between schools and home than any other aspect of education and becomes the prime battlefield when schools, families, and communities view one another as adversaries. This comprehensive fourth edition tackles all the tough questions: What’s the right amount of homework? What role should parents play in the homework process? What is the connection between homework and achievement? This essential reference offers all stakeholders—administrators, teachers, and parents—the opportunity to end the battle and turn homework into a cooperative endeavor to promote student learning.

Closing the Book on Homework

Author: John Buell

Publisher: Temple University Press

ISBN: 9781592137688

Category: Education

Page: 173

View: 9117


A ringing indictment of homework and what can replace it.

International Perspectives on Student Outcomes and Homework

Author: Rollande Deslandes

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134019777

Category: Education

Page: 192

View: 3921


This synthesis of the latest knowledge on homework presents unique findings by researchers from various countries and diverse professional backgrounds. It approaches the topic of homework from several perspectives, including its political and cultural contexts aspects of parental involvement and parent-child relationships school contexts and practices observable impacts It highlights homework-specific concerns and considers two principal solutions. Firstly, support initiatives from schools and communities. Secondly, improved homework design, aimed at attracting greater student interest and promoting communication within families. Recommendations for practice and future research are also discussed. A political analysis shows that current confusion about homework might stem from a tension between two prevailing ideologies, one stressing students’ improved achievement in competing economies, and the other privileging collaboration between the school, family and community. This book considers how both teachers and parents can ensure a balance between the child’s school life and his or her overall development. Certain community resources are available to parents and students, but these in no way absolve parents of the responsibility to maintain an interest in their child’s school activities. International Perspectives on Student Outcomes and Homework proposes ideas and actions of relevance to everyone interested in the issue: school administrations, teachers in training and in practice, parents, and researchers eager to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field. It is a perfect companion to International Perspectives on Contexts, Communities and Evaluated Innovative Practices, also edited by Rollande Deslandes, and published simultaneously by Routledge.