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The Effects of Homework on Student Achievement

  title={The Effects of Homework on Student Achievement},
  author={J. Hayward},
Views and Evaluations of University Students about Distance Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic
In recent years, technological devices and the Internet have become an integral part of our lives, changing many of our habits and daily routines. This change became more rapid and intense during theExpand
Relationship Between Amount of Homework and Performance in Mathematics among Public Day Secondary School Students in Hamisi Sub-County, Kenya
-Various endeavors have been employed to improve performance in mathematics in Hamisi Sub-County including homework which teachers give to students at various amounts to no avail. Performance inExpand
Students’ positive responses toward homework given by English teachers at vocational high school
  • K. Astuti
  • Psychology
  • Journal of English Language and Pedagogy
  • 2019
This study aims to find out and describe the students’ positive responses toward homework given by English teachers at grade twelve in SMK Negeri 3 Purworejo in the academic year of 2014/2015. TheExpand
The Comparative Effect of Audio-taped Homework/Feedback and Written Homework/Feedback on EFL Learners’ Willingness to Communicate
  • Zeinab Ghasemi
  • Psychology
  • International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature
  • 2018
Willingness to communicate emerges as a concept to account for an individual’s personality orientation and readiness toward talking and entering into discourse with a specific person and a particularExpand
The Impact of Collaborative Graded Home Assignments on the Performance of University Students
The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of a collaborative graded home assignment on undergraduate studentsperformance in the final examination semester test. Seventy one students of aExpand
Primary Teachers’ Instructional Behavior as Related to Learning Engagement and Homework Practices
The aim of the study was to explore how teachers’ instructional behavior in second grade is related to pupils’ engagement in learning and homework practices. Autonomy supportive and structuredExpand


Do the math: Redesigning homework to create more time for learning
  • Encounter,
  • 2007
Learning from the World: Achieving More by Doing Less
Countries that score higher in international comparisons than does the U.S. also require less time in school, assign less homework, and use less high-tech gadgetry. Mr. Baines argues that maybe it isExpand
Do Homework Assignments Enhance Achievement? A Multilevel Analysis in 7th-Grade Mathematics
Abstract In discussions of possible remedies for educational deficits in Western industrialized countries, the issue of homework frequently attracts considerable attention, although there is still aExpand
Homework and Student Math Achievement in Junior High Schools
In the school year 1994/1995 homework characteristics and effectiveness in math education among secondary schools were compared. The study examined the 1st year of secondary education (average ageExpand
The relationship between homework time and achievement is not universal: evidence from multilevel analyses in 40 countries
Although homework is generally believed to be an important supplement to in-school learning, research has not yet fully clarified the relationship between homework and achievement. ThisExpand
School Location, Student Achievement, and Homework Management Reported by Middle School Students.
The aim of this study was to examine whether student achievement and school location may influence a range of homework management strate gies. The participants were 633 rural and urban students inExpand
Does Homework Matter? An Investigation of Teacher Perceptions About Homework Practices for Children From Nondominant Backgrounds
It is common for teachers in all districts across the United States to give homework to their students. Given the rising numbers of children from nondominant backgrounds1 in American schools, aExpand
Does homework matter
  • 2007
Effects of Teacher Communication on Parents' Attitudes and Their Children's Behaviors at Schools
Data from the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA, 2005), shows that American 15-year-old high school students ranked 24th out of 29 countries in the Organization for EconomicExpand
The homework–achievement relation reconsidered: Differentiating homework time, homework frequency, and homework effort
Abstract The popular claim that homework time is positively related to achievement and achievement gains was tested in three studies. Time on homework was compared and contrasted with otherExpand