Our Educational Philosophy
At Homeworkhelp.com, we don't feed students the answers to homework questions.
Instead, we show them how to learn. Our curriculum
developers are all experienced classroom teachers
who know how to help students understand concepts--not
just memorize them. Our teaching style is friendly and
supportive. But this doesn't mean we talk down to students,
or skimp on academic standards. Our lessons meet or exceed
national content standards in all subject areas.
Teachers Employ a Variety of Teaching Tools: Our Enhancements
The lesson interface on Homeworkhelp.com's site incorporates many of the
tried- and-true teaching methods used by the best classroom
teachers. Excellent teachers are not satisfied with simple
rote learning: instead, they create practical, student-directed,
hands-on learning opportunities whenever possible. In
much the same way, Homeworkhelp.com's modules present
lessons through an engaging, multifunctional interface
that enhances learning, understanding, and retention.
- Learning opportunities are specifically constructed to demonstrate relevance,
encourage the growth and development of critical thinking
skills, and allow for self-discovery.
- Homeworkhelp.com improves on tried-and-true teaching methods by incorporating
state-of-the-art multimedia technologies, allowing students
to employ a variety of learning styles as they study
and practice the lessons.
- Homeworkhelp.com's modular organization allows students to approach lessons
in the way they feel most comfortable. The text-based
presentation allows students to follow a linear path
to understanding the material. The modular structure,
however, enables students to experience each lesson
as an individual tutoring session, in which they can
choose to take a quiz, view animations, practice skills,
or try a writing assignment, in whatever order they
- Review lessons, interactive exercises, quizzes, and writing assignments
support core topics when appropriate, letting students
build understanding and confidence.
- Our modular approach to instruction allows for constant enhancement of
the material. Quiz questions, exercises, and supplementary
lessons can be continually added to each module.
of Our Enhancements
Basics reviews important concepts or presents background information on
a topic. Basics can be a glossary of key terms
or a review of key concepts presented in the lesson.
||The Challenge activities encourage a student to explore more challenging,
related concepts or go beyond the material presented
in the lesson. Challenges may be more advanced,
but related, problems or critical thinking activities.
||The Exercise enhancement allows a student to practice and retain important
skills or concepts presented in the lesson. Exercises
can be additional practice problems or writing assignments
addressing these skills or concepts.
||Through a writing prompt, the Journal enhancement helps the student make
a personal connection to the material presented
in the lesson.
||Multimedia enhancements are interactive exercises, activities, or games
that use music, audio narration, and animation to
teach or review major concepts presented in the
||The Real Life examples present real-world, present-day problems and examples
of the concepts presented in the text lessons. Real
Life examples help students understand the relevance
and importance of the concepts they learn in the
||This feature allows students, teachers, and parents to know that our lessons
and enhancements meet or exceed state and national
||Our self-scoring quiz questions help students review, practice, and test
their knowledge of key concepts. Every question
comes with an explanation so students can understand
why the given answer is the correct one. In addition,
quiz questions provide instant feedback to students
on what areas they need help in.