Saturday, January 21, 2017

Share: 10 Reasons Homework Works for Students with Special Needs

Ugh, homework! Parents hate the stuff almost as much as kids, and kids hate it a lot. When you have a child with special learning needs, homework can transform from an unpleasant nagging chore to hours of frustration spent at the table together, trying to make connections that just won’t line up. It doesn’t help if you’re sandwiching homework time in among therapist appointments and doctor visits. Still, although you may be able to make a case against homework for your child and get teachers and IEP teams to take it off the table, think twice about doing that. Read in browser »

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