What Homework Help You Want, and Then How You Can Get It

When I was in high school, my parents would ask me what they could do to help me with my homework. They were always so busy with their own work that they couldn’t possibly keep track of what all of us kids were doing at once. So let’s be honest: if you’re a parent looking for help with your child’s schoolwork, chances are good that you’re not going to find it online or through other means. You’ll need to go out there and get it yourself! But don’t worry–there are many ways for parents to get involved in their child’s academic life, whether it be helping with homework or simply watching over things while they’re away at school.

Here’s what people want.

  • Students want to get their homework done.
  • Students want to be able to do their homework at home.
  • Students want to be able to get help with their homework in a timely manner.

Ways to get it

Source: parents.com

If your school doesn’t have the resources you need to get help with homework, there are other options. You can:

  • Talk to your teacher. Most teachers will be happy to give you advice on how best to complete a particular assignment or project and will be willing to help if they see that you’re struggling with it.
  • Ask your parents for help. They may be able to provide suggestions or act as sounding boards for ideas that could work better for you than others’ approaches would have been able at times when they’re not available during school hours (e..g., late at night).
  • Ask a friend who knows what they’re doing better than anyone else currently living in this world so far (you know those people exist!) about their approach toward completing various types of projects, whether those involve math equations or simply describing what happened today at lunchtime over pizza slices while discussing how much fun everyone had eating them together after school ended early because everyone wanted more time outside instead of having yet another meeting scheduled during summer vacation so maybe we’ll see each other again soon enough! 🙂

You can help other students with homework by offering your assistance in person, or online

Source: onlinedegrees.sandiego.edu
  • Offer your assistance in person. If you have time, come to the student’s house and help them with their homework for a set period of time. This is ideal if an hour or two per week is all that’s available for helping with homework, but it’s possible to do more than one session each week if needed .If you want more information click here.
  • Offer your assistance online. If you’d prefer not to get involved in physical contact but still want to help out, there are plenty of online resources available through which students can connect with parents and teachers who are able to help them with their schoolwork remotely (such as TutorVista).


We hope this article has given you a better idea of what people want, and how they can get it. Remember: doing good work is important and will be rewarded, but it’s also important to make sure that your contributions are valued when they come in. By looking at what other people do and taking inspiration from their successes, you’ll find that even simple acts of kindness can have a big impact on the lives of others around them!