05/10/2013 - 05/19/2013
Published: 04/29/2013 by Denise Yearian in Behavior
Tattling is all too common among families, especially those with children 5- to 10-years-old.
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I read the article and well, it doesn't give a strong opinion on the good and the bad of doing homework.
In Taiwan, kids are put under pressure to do well on their tests. They get a lot of homework and often spend a lot of time going to cram schools to get ahead.
Homework should always be useful and precise. School systems need to be set up to promote a learning lifestyle. Parents should be informed themselves no matter how busy they are. Homework doesn't mean that a child will be smart in the future since success begins with caring and loving parents.
So care about your children and reflect on yourselves parents when you help them with their homework.
As to the time limit on homework, if I follow an Asian system, the more homework the happier the parent. How does it work here in the US?
San Francisco, Ca.
08/19/2012 - 01:09 am