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Dr. Michael Carr-Gregg goes further to suggest that the setting and completion of homework has limited value to learning when children may already be tired from a day at school. With this in mind, we see homework as complementing family life.
Michael Carr-Gegg's Blog Michael is one of Australia's highest profile psychologists. He works in private practice in Melbourne. He is a founding member of the National Centre Against Bullying and an official ambassador for the National Depression Initiative - Beyondblue as well as Mindmatters - one of 16 youth suicide prevention programs run by the Federal Government.
Psychologist Dr Michael Carr-Gregg agrees: “Homework provides absolutely no academic benefit for younger students. “And parents are demanding it in larger and larger doses, despite the fact.
College Principal Luke Thomson said he has heard Dr Carr-Gregg speak previously and knows the value of his presentations as both an educator and as a parent himself. “Dr Carr-Gregg provides the tools to help you navigate the complex role of parenthood, which we all know has no road map,” he said.
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Child and adolescent psychologist Dr Michael Carr-Gregg said the game could be problematic for kids who played in an “obsessive way”. “For them this will interfere with their sleep, it will interfere with, obviously, homework, and it’ll interfere with normal relationships at home,” he said.
Dr Michael Carr-Gregg is a family psychologist, who runs a private practice in Melbourne. He is a consultant to a number of schools and national organisations including ReachOut and beyondblue; as well as being on the board of The Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, The Allanah and Madeline Foundation and Smiling Mind.
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I hate homework. Hate, hate, hate it. I want to see it banned for primary school kids. And now, experts are agreeing with me. Psychologist Dr Michael Carr-Gregg is urging parents to, “rise up against the tyranny of primary school homework”. He told the Daily Telegraph that homework provides, “absolutely no academic benefit” for younger.
Dr Michael Carr-Gregg argues that homework actually hinders a young child’s academic performance. Picture: Supplied. In senior secondary school, homework was expected in Australian schools but.
Psychologist Dr Michael Carr-Gregg agrees: “Homework provides absolutely no academic benefit for younger students. “And parents are demanding it in larger and larger doses, despite the fact that it does nothing. It’s a completely different ballgame in secondary school, but not in primary school.”.
In Australia, adolescent psychologist Dr Michael Carr-Gregg has weighed into the homework debate a number of times. He believes that students in Years 10 to 12 (senior students) should do up to two hours of homework a day, but students prior to Year 10 should not do homework (Carr-Gregg, 2004).
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