Homework Help For Teens
School is officially back in session and with school comes…homework! Start the school year off on a positive note by utilizing homework help resources. There are so many amazing, FREE resources to help you reach your highest potential this school year.
Here are 3 to start with:
INSPIRE is a collection of free online academic databases and other information resources provided by the Indiana State Library. Patrons can find a database for just about any subject here, including many great educational tools. Here are a couple examples of the incredible resources INSPIRE has to offer!
- Work on subject-specific skills through tutorials, flashcards, and practice tests.
- Get prepared for standardized exams such as: SAT, ACT, AP exams, and GED
–Explora for Middle School and High School
- Search through credible journals, encyclopedias, etc. for deep dives into specific topics
Rose-Hulman Institute created a homework hotline called AskRose to provide students in grades 6-12 with free math and science tutoring. Students can call, email, or chat online with a friendly, ready-to-help tutor. First, tutors review the homework problem. Then, they provide step-by-step instruction. While the tutors can not directly give out the answer, they can help as long as needed until the student gets to, and understands, the solution.
Available Sunday-Thursday, 7p.m. – 10p.m. ET.
Call: 1-877-ASK-ROSE (1-877-275-7673)
Chat or Email: visit askrose.org
A global online classroom designed to offer free education to anyone, anywhere. Enjoy practice exercises and instructional videos for a wide range of subjects including math, science, history, economics, and more. Select your class, find the concept you need help with, then watch a detailed video explaining the concept.
Lastly, here is a link to the Evergreen catalog where you can search, check out, and place holds for books and other fun items!