Homework in Afterschool: An Instructor's Guide to the Afterschool Training Toolkit
Authors: Wendy Jones (editor), Laura Shankland, Deborah Donnelly, Catherine Jordan, SERVE, Learning Point
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The four promising practices in afterschool for homework help identified in the Afterschool Training Toolkit are as follows:
- Involving Day Schools, Families, and Communities;
- Managing and Organizing the Homework Environment;
- Monitoring and Communicating About Student Progress; and
- Tutoring, Mentoring, and Building Study Skills.
When used with the Afterschool Training Toolkit, the information in this instructor’s guide will help you master these promising practices. Once you become proficient at these practices, you should be able to use them to develop an effective afterschool homework help program.
This instructor’s guide will help you
- understand how to use the homework section of the Afterschool Training Toolkit;
- use homework help to offer effective assistance to help students learn in afterschool;
- motivate students to participate in afterschool; and
- use the information to become a more effective afterschool instructor.