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Does Homework Help Teachers? Why or Why Not?

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Started: 1/15/2016 Category: Education
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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s63426

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I am doing a project that involves a teachers point of view. How do teachers do what they do? With all of the papers to grade, and all of the kids/student to tell what to do; how do they do it. Teachers are truly heroes. I don't know what else to say, so just go wild on this question. I don't care what you post, just make sure that it has something to do with the topic. Thank you so much for coming, and just have fun with this question! If you play Animal Jam, then comment what your username is!
fairdebater103

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Homework does not help teachers. I think homework isn't even necessary. Articles say that homework helps teachers figure out a student's flaws and what they need help on. But, can't they already tell from class work such as tests, assessments, or everyday class work like worksheets or answering questions, participating, etc.? Most schools just take the homework, grade it, and if you don't hand it in your get an automatic zero. Some don't go over the homework and only count Hw as a responsibility
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Posted by Batman03 1 year ago
Batman03
Well the concept of homework may or may not be helpful for teachers, it depends on what sort of homework is given because if the homework is something which can be copied then its useless whereas if it requires some imagination and thought process then it is helpful for both student and children
Posted by Griffwhit 1 year ago
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OOH BURN, GET REKT CON DUDE! You go Mr. Pro!
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