Doing Homework for Them
Parents completing their child's homework deny the chance to learn independently.
Give children space for independent homework but be available to help if necessary. Avoid unnecessary pressure.
Setting Unrealistic Expectations
Avoid expecting perfection from children in every subject. Acknowledge efforts and progress instead.
Creating Rigid Schedule
Balance structure and flexibility in homework schedules. Consider a child's productivity rhythm and allow breaks when needed.
Ignoring Learning Differences
Recognize diverse learning styles and cater to individual needs.
Avoid using punishment for unfinished homework; focus on motivation and encouragement.
Overloading Extracurricular Activities
Balance after-school commitments to allow sufficient time for homework and rest. Prevent stress and burnout.
Avoid comparing children to peers; prioritize individual progress and self-esteem.
Not Communicating with Teachers
Maintain open communication with your child's teachers to track progress and identify areas for improvement. Teamwork benefits the child's education.
Not Promoting Positive Attitude
Parents' negative attitudes towards homework or certain subjects may influence children to adopt a similar outlook