Publication Year

2016

Keywords

homework, teacher, perceptions, views, effective, strategies

Disciplines

Educational Methods | Elementary Education | Liberal Studies

Abstract

This qualitative phenomenological study is going to explore the perceptions of teachers on different topics such as their views of homework when they were students themselves, what type of homework they assign to their students today, and how they implement or suggest implementing effective homework strategies. It is hypothesized that most teachers would have had a positive view of homework when they were students to even become a teacher in the first place. Also, it is predicted that most teachers assign more pen-to-paper worksheets instead of projects or discussions. This study will look to see why teachers do not assign the more beneficial type of homework and how their perceptions of homework influence the type of homework they assign now.

Department 1 Awarding Honors Status

Liberal Studies

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