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Meanings of Homework and Implications for Practice . THEORY INTO PRACTICE, Volume 43, Number 3, Summer 2004 Copyright © 2004 College of Education, The Ohio State University 




Jeff Wiesman (2012): Student Motivation and the Alignment of Teacher Beliefs, The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 85:3, 102-108

Idit Katz, Avi Kaplan & Gila Gueta (2009): Students’ Needs,
Teachers’ Support, and Motivation for Doing Homework: A Cross-Sectional Study, The
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Student Perspectives on Homework. Wilson. Rhodes. Education v.131 No. 2
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Averting the Homework Crisis. Glazer and Williams. Association for Supervison and Curriculum Development. 2003.



5 Hallmarks of Good Homework. Vatterott. Educational Leadership 2010.

Homework as the Job of Childhood. THEORY INTO PRACTICE, Volume 43, Number 3, Summer 2004 Copyright © 2004 College of Education, The Ohio State University

Homework and Learning Mathematics. Grootenboer. APMC 2009.





Purposes for Doing Homework. September/October 2005 Journal of Educational Research. Vol. 99 No.1

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