Some students are always complaining about homework. They say how nice it would be if we lived in a world that didn’t have homework. Sure, it would be nice, I guess, if you’re comfortable living in a world where no one has adequate training at all. This could be dangerous to human life as well. What about these training guides in professions that the applicant has to train with at home? Their learning is all homework-based. Bus drivers, nurses, doctors—where would we be without hard study for our professions? Would you want a doctor to operate on you who has never had adequate training?
In school, we have all kinds of classes a day. Typically, one of these meets only 45 minutes at the most. Now, every time you have a class, the teacher has to make up a plan for of how to teach you everything you need about this huge subject that you need to know, at a minimum, to do well in life.
Not only is it impossible to tell you everything. So the teacher assigns homework to ensure you are learning.
Another reason homework is crucial to your learning is that it gives he teacher to understand why you’re having a problem in the course, and to decide a corrective course of action to help you master this topic.
Plus, when I was in culinary school, one of my professors said to all of us who were complaining “If it weren’t hard, you wouldn’t be so proud of yourself when you finish. “
You cannot learn anything in life without one thing—practice. And homework is like practice. The more math problems you do, the more of an expert in math you become. Writing used to be very hard for me, but now I know I am good at it.
Because one thing that comes with practice – is simply confidence. And this confidence seems to open up all the active areas of your brain where good things begin happening. I think this is how chess players become great chess players, for example. They simply gain the confidence to try new moves and gain the confidence one needs to take chances.
You know how the more you play a video game, the better you get at beating your enemies and conquering new levels? Well, that’s because you practiced.
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