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Monday, September 21, 2009

Homework Help

Sometimes it's just too hard to complete homework especially when a migraine hits. Over the years I have made accommodations for my son to make the work manageable. First, we assess how much homework there is. Then we assess the level of difficulty. Lastly, we determine how he can get the work done while having a migraine. Often I have read his assigned readings out loud or typed homework he has dictated to me.

I also taught him how to study over a period of time rather than the night before a test. This is critical because he is always prepared for a test even if a migraine hits!

He reads over his notes almost every day as a means of studying. So, when he gets to the night before he really doesn't have much to do. He can focus on the more difficult concepts because he has the fundamental information mastered.

1 comment:

Calvert said...

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