Homework can be a divisive topic. Some think it’s a great way to help students really get a grip on concepts they learned at school. Others see it as a further encroachment into childhood by forcing children to spend their time at home doing more of what they did in school. No matter what side you’re on, homework is still a requirement in most schools.
One of the main issues that opponents may have against at home assignments is the amount of time they take. If you want to use your time more efficiently, here are some methods you can use to acquire a planner:
There are all sorts of planners and timetables you can download if that's the approach you intend to take. Some of them are simple and don’t look much different from spreadsheets. Others are quite sophisticated. They may be apps for your smart-phone with reminders and rewards. A few even have social media elements built in so that if you don’t complete your task by the assigned time, your friends list will be alerted to shame you for your actions. With this many to choose from it’s quite simple to find one that suits your personality.
If you prefer to stick to what your teacher provides, you can ask him or her for the type of planning tool you should use. This is purely a matter of opinion of course. You might be better off looking for one on your own but by asking for one from your teacher you become more likely to do your work in the way that they prefer. This is helpful because they will be correcting your work in the end.
This may be the most old fashioned method but there is still much to be derived from it. If you like you can create your timetable with a pen and paper. If you prefer just a bit more technology, you can use any spreadsheet program. If you are really good with programming you can create your own app that has all the features you need. This may even earn you income if you can sell it to others with similar issues.
At the end of this process, you will need to use the planner in order to gain any benefit from it.
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