Pupil King Sze and Charlie Chan at a press conference on a two-year trial on how long holidays without homework effectively raised students’ learning capabilities. Photo: Tory Ho Pupil King Sze and Charlie Chan at a press conference on a two-year trial on how long holidays without homework effectively raised students’ learning capabilities. Photo: Tory Ho
Pupil King Sze and Charlie Chan at a press conference on a two-year trial on how long holidays without homework effectively raised students’ learning capabilities. Photo: Tory Ho
Education

Homework-free holidays improve schoolchildren’s learning abilities, Hong Kong study finds

  • Study conducted by Hong Kong Christian Service and Baptist University examined 806 pupils from four schools
  • Students say they felt they were learning better after a break during which they did things other than homework

Topic |   Education
Pupil King Sze and Charlie Chan at a press conference on a two-year trial on how long holidays without homework effectively raised students’ learning capabilities. Photo: Tory Ho Pupil King Sze and Charlie Chan at a press conference on a two-year trial on how long holidays without homework effectively raised students’ learning capabilities. Photo: Tory Ho
Pupil King Sze and Charlie Chan at a press conference on a two-year trial on how long holidays without homework effectively raised students’ learning capabilities. Photo: Tory Ho
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