Teaching more, Giving less homework during PANDEMIC

Teaching more, Giving less homework during PANDEMIC

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Shiella Mae Abad started this petition to Teachers and

The goal of school should be to teach students how to learn and to love learning.
But how could the students can learn more when the teachers didn't teach or even explain what to do first before giving out too much homework?.

When the pandemic has struck to our country, the "new normal" in education was also implemented, having a hard time adjusting both to the students and teachers or is scared of the uncertainty in their future, they could begin to experience a high anxiety that will affect may aspects of their lives: their social connections, their physical health, and indeed, their performance in school.

They say, anything in excess is bad. The same as giving too much homework can be very unhealthy to the students. Additionally, when they didn't understand the activities that were given. It should be understandable for us to learn and answer it all correctly. Teachers should also aware about the disadvantages of homework specifically, when its already too much. Because it can loss the interest of students in learning.

"Homework is like medicine. If you take too little, it does nothing. If you take too much, it can kill you, " Copper said.

As a teacher, you have to make sure that you find a healthy balance. By assigning less homework, you’ll likely find that students will love learning, get more sleep, enjoy themselves more with outside activities, be less overworked, and have more time to spend with family. Giving less homework may actually produce better results.

Whatever learning system the school has right now, teachers must act and teach professionally. "Only the learning system has changed, but the teaching system will still remain."

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