Teacher Involvement BY jocelyn Dawson

Excessive amounts of homework has a negative impact on student learning.

However, there is a key element that can make homework a positive part of learning!

This key element is missing in all these pictures...

What's missing?

Teacher involvement!

Teachers should demonstrate their expectations in class so the students can learn to work independently.

Teachers who are passionate about learning encourage students to be passionate about learning.

Teachers should check the correctness of homework.

This teacher and student interaction creates a positive learning environment.

Positive teacher involvement is the key to effective homework and academic success.

The End :)

Created By
Jocelyn Dawson


Created with images by IntelFreePress - "Shelley Shott" • paperelements - "homework boy child" • Patrice_Audet - "sad learning school" • TerryJohnston - "Calculations" • apdk - "homework." • mikecogh - "Computer Room Workshop" • Barrett.Discovery - "P1000641" • Frontierofficial - "China Teachimng 2012 by Elisabeth Ross" • www.audio-luci-store.it - "babies at the blackboard" • lorenzocafaro - "correcting proof paper" • University of the Fraser Valley - "Academic Success Centre 04" • US Embassy Canada - "Consul General Lochman at Mangilaluk School in Tuktoyaktuk"

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