It’s not always easy for teachers to gain access to quality journal articles about their profession, mainly due to time and cost constraints, but Taylor & Francis Online have released a collection of articles all related to Homework, being freely available until 31st December, 2014.
The 30 articles, which are freely available to download and view include some of the following entries:
- Children and young people’s uses of the Internet for homework
- Exploring the Potential of the Homework System and Tablet PCs to Support Continuity of Numeracy Practices between Home and Primary School
- Physical Education Homework That Involves the Family
- How does homework ‘work’ for young children? Children’s accounts of homework in their everyday lives
- Homework, Homework Everywhere: Indian Parents’ Involvement With Their Children’s Homework
- Gender and Homework Management Reported by High School Students
- Middle?School Homework Management: More than just gender and family involvement
- Structural and convergent validity of the homework performance questionnaire
- Can research homework provide a vehicle for assessment for learning in science lessons?
The full collection includes research on the benefits and effects of homework, homework ideas and policy, and international perspectives on homework. The scope of research spans the spectrum of education from early years, to secondary and elementary school, to graduate level.
The full collection available from Taylor & Francis Online is currently available until 31st December 2014 by clicking here