The myHomework app can help students of all grade levels but especially those whose organization and self-discipline skills are necessary to academic success.
If you're a parent of a student, whether the student is in grade school, high school or college, the myHomework app may be a good way for you to keep up with what your student is working on and whether or not they are keeping up.
The parent has a unique role in supporting the overall success of their child in academic success.
Without proper support at home, many students fail to prioritize their tasks and time according to their true goals.
Science knows that time spent consuming screen based media negatively impacts the physical ability of the brain to plan ahead. It is more important than ever for parents to get involved with helping their children plan ahead and develop good habits with respect to how they choose to use their time than ever before.
Here are some common points to consider as you help your student this year:
For specific advice on some methods to help your child be successful with the myHomework planner, visit Effective Use for Students
The following video demonstrates inviting a parent using myhomeworkapp.com and there are images below to help find the location to send the invite from the various native myHomework apps.
By default, guardians will be alerted via email each night if one of their child's planners needs attention.
To adjust this preference, visit the Email settings within your guardian account.
Find the .ics url for your students when you log in and visit https://myhomeworkapp.com/guardian-settings/calendar.
Each student you have guardian access to has a calendar url that you can use to see their information in the calendar you already use.
Subscribe to the calendar url available for the student. The student's information is available for common calendars like iCal, Outlook or Google Calendar to subscribe to.