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He told the committee that education departments shouldn’t encourage schools to adopt a set policy.

He told the committee that education departments shouldn’t encourage schools to adopt a set policy.

Researchers Ozkan Eren and Daniel J Henderson found assigning homework in subjects like Science, English and History has little to no impact on test scores. As the inquiry report committee concludes: ‘Until a causal relationship between homework and academic achievement and personal development is established in studies in Australia, based on Australian educational and cultural structures, this argument is likely to remain unresolved and will continue to be one of perception.’ Findings from the Victorian inquiry Homework – an eight letter word likely to spark an immediate and impassioned response. We've handed it in on time, late, or not at all (sometimes offering up creative and amusing excuses into the bargain).

Researchers Ozkan Eren and Daniel J Henderson found assigning homework in subjects like Science, English and History has little to no impact on test scores. As the inquiry report committee concludes: ‘Until a causal relationship between homework and academic achievement and personal development is established in studies in Australia, based on Australian educational and cultural structures, this argument is likely to remain unresolved and will continue to be one of perception.’ Findings from the Victorian inquiry How is homework improving outcomes for your students? Research shows timely feedback is an important part of the process - how and when do you provide feedback to students on homework tasks?

On the other side of the debate: ‘For those opposed to homework, many feel that it creates unnecessary pressure on students for limited or disputed academic benefit, robs children of time to develop other life skills, through recreational and artistic activities and social interaction, and places pressure on family life,’ the report says.

Walker, of the University of Sydney, told one of the public hearings that research on homework tends to focus on three things: student learning and achievement; the development of student learning skills; and parental involvement.

After conducting its own literature review, receiving 32 submissions and hearing from 16 expert witnesses during three days of public hearings, the inquiry committee had this to say: ' It is not possible from the available data to make unequivocal statements about the effectiveness of homework overall in assisting student learning.’ It does, however, want the state education department to support schools and teachers in this area by explaining current research. Most of the studies deal with the United States and Europe.

Supporters of homework argue it not only has academic benefits, but also helps youngsters develop important study and time management skills, and gives parents a chance to engage in their child’s learning.He also gets to see that there is a connection between school and home and that we are interested in what he’s doing. Many of the parents at our school have English as a second language and struggle to meet this weekly requirement.If their child is struggling they are not always able to assist, or to recognise the issue.' The worst thing you can do with homework is give kids projects, the best thing you can do is to reinforce something you've already learnt,' Hattie told the broadcaster. This week The Australian highlighted OECD data showing Australian 15-year-olds are set six hours of homework a week - higher than the OECD average of 4.9 hours.Walker told the inquiry committee that there is 'absolutely no research advice' on how much time students should spend doing homework.That hasn’t stopped some Australian education departments from making recommendations on the 'optimum' amount of homework.Victorian DEECD guidelines (2012) indicate no more than 30 minutes per day and no homework during weekends or holidays for Prep to Year 4; 30 to 45 minutes per day in Year 5 extending to 45 to 90 minutes by Year 9; one to three hours per night for Year 10 to 12, plus six hours on weekends during peak VCE periods.Homework – an eight letter word likely to spark an immediate and impassioned response. We've handed it in on time, late, or not at all (sometimes offering up creative and amusing excuses into the bargain).Most of you reading this will have set homework, marked it and, at one time or another, questioned whether it's worth the time and effort ... It continues to be a hotly debated topic, not just among those in the school community, but in the academic community too.This infographic is based on his work (with the reported effect size being the average across grades).I’m looking forward to reading the Australian research - I hadn’t come across that yet.

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