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Homework is work for the student, not the parent

Although students do need a support system at home, it's important to remember that homework is for the student, not the parent. Teachers need to see what their students know, and observe how well they were able to absorb the information given in class. Young people need time to grow as individuals through this method of intellectual development, and a parent doing his or her child's work is hindering this crucial process. Rather than doing their child's work, parents should supervise to make sure that all of the homework is complete, as well as review any mistakes that students can learn from. The same goes for any and all projects. It is the parent's job to make sure that his or her child has everything he or she needs to complete the task assigned. Taking over a child's project can demonstrate to the teacher that the student understands the material and therefore does not need extra help when this may not be the case.

Difficult ventures are an absolute given in life, but by taking over assignments, the student's ability to create solutions is greatly inhibited, and his or her intellectual growth is stifled. Therefore, a parent's role should be to guide the child - instead of thinking for the child.
Time is of the essence
By high school, most students have an ingrained rhythm of when and how to study. Nevertheless, it can still be an issue for many people. Nowadays, there are so many distractions that can detract from valuable study time - not only are there television and write my essay, but there are other, more immediate forms of media available at our fingertips. The job of the parent is to work with his or her child to create an appropriate time for study. It's important to develop a consistent schedule for beginning homework, so that all work is completed in a timely and efficient fashion. This is especially crucial for students who have heavy extracurricular involvement filling up their schedules. Good time management techniques are a lifelong skill, so it's important to develop these habits early.

In short, parental help should always be welcome. Simultaneously, homework is the work of the student. There's nothing more important in a student's life than independent intellectual development. Guidance is always a crucial factor, but stepping away and allowing the student to develop his or her own problem-solving skills is a much more rewarding aspect of educational advancement.

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