Your eHomework is just one click away.

eHomework is part of our eLearning Program. Now you are never out of touch. Mr. Salem Ghaith



Dear Parents, Students & Teachers,

I take great pride to present to you our eHomework program for the Elementary School and now we are the first school in Tripoli to offer elearning facility to the students.

We have also re-designed our school?s website to meet the international standards.

The days when we use to hear excuses from children for not doing their homework are over. Now with our eHomework, even if a child misses a school day but it will never miss any of its homework again.

Parents can also get an online date-wise view of all the ehomework given by the school at their convenience; anytime, anyplace. You are advised to

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visit our school website or gain a direct access at:    

And of course this is just the first step towards our elearning program.

Thank you.

Mr.Salem Ghaith

Dean of ISM International School,

Tripoli, Libya.

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We welcome you to our clickable eHomework page

We have Elementary eHomework electronic system in place; which was initiated by Mr.Salem Ghaith in the year 2018. Our teachers are vigorously posting eHomework from grade 1 to grade 6. 

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Why (e)homework is important?

Homework teaches students about time management.

Homework teaches students how to set priorities.

Homework helps teachers determine how well the lessons are being understood by their students.

Homework teaches students how to problem solve.

Homework gives student another opportunity to review class material.

Homework gives parents a chance to see what is being learned in school.

Homework teaches students how to take responsibility for their part in the educational process.

Homework teaches students that they may have to do things - even if they don?t want to.

Homework teaches students to work independently.

Homework teaches students the importance of planning, staying organized and taking action.

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