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What are ways to motivate kids to do their homework?


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kathy15 August 24, 2011

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you want to go out want me to buy you this or that you have to do your homework and bring home good grades


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dellie74 August 18, 2011

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Motivate? : they don't have a choice. They just have to do it. It's part of their "job description" here.:) I'm there if they need explanations, I can give advices on organisation and presentation, but no motivation speech from me... Just do it!


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Mom2823 August 16, 2011

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Right... "their" homework. That is why we get the lesson plans sent home instructing us on how to teach it? I ask, did you start this in class? No, teacher said you needed to show us how to do it, & they blame the furlough days.5 subjects every night


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Hallelujah August 15, 2011

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The main thing is that it's THEIR homework. Help them get organized, and then stay out of it! Let THEM bear the responsibility for getting homework done on time. If they're struggling, show empathy and ask "What are you planning to do to improve?"


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Hallelujah August 15, 2011

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The main thing is that it's THEIR homework. Help them get organized, and then stay out of it! Let THEM bear the responsibility for getting homework done on time. If they're struggling, show empathy and ask "What are you planning to do to improve?"


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Hallelujah August 15, 2011

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The main thing is that it's THEIR homework. Help them get organized, and then stay out of it and let THEM bear the responsibility for getting homework done on time. If they're struggling, show empathy and ask "What are you planning to do to improve?"


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Hallelujah August 15, 2011

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The main thing is that it's THEIR homework. Help them get organized, and then stay out of it and let THEM bear the responsibility for getting homework done on time. If they're struggling, show empathy and ask "What are you planning to do to improve?"


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Hallelujah August 15, 2011

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The main thing is that it's THEIR homework. Help them get organized, and then stay out of it and let THEM bear the responsibility for getting homework done on time. If they're struggling, show empathy and ask "What are you planning to do to improve?"


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drterrill August 12, 2011

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I keep reminding my daughter that if she wants to become a nurse than she has to do her hmwk and make great grades to get in a excellent college.


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Soulalite August 7, 2011

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I would say give them a little each day so they wont have that much but you should even it out each week.That way they can get their practice and it wont be too hard on them.




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