Triumphs Show 136: how one history department changed pupils' and parents' perceptions of homework

Teaching History feature

By Christine Bridge, published 8th December 2009

On the menu today, Miss, we have Anderson shelters, Woolton Pie and mobile phones

Devising worthwhile and engaging homework tasks, week in week out, can prove both demanding and frustrating - particularly in contexts where we know students will have be chased to complete them.

How can we make homework planning easier and more effective - and cut down the time spent chasing recalcitrant individuals - while raising our expectations and the value of the work to students?

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