first some background info - last year I taught geometry, statistics and supervised ISS the last half of the day. Two preps and 28 students total. This year - 4 preps, 6 periods of teaching and 100 students. Last year I collected, looked at, reviewed every single HW assignment. It helped me diagnose and plan lessons, provide feedback and let the students know it was important and that I looked at it. This year I can't handle that much paperwork but still believe that doing HW is critical. I am thinking of not taking it up but giving frequent quizzes taken directly from the homework. So I can check but cut down on amount of papers I handle. will this work? What do you do? any suggestions/ideas/etc. are appreciated. I have a % of students that I am afraid will not do the work if they don't think "it counts". Thx.