HomeSchooling From The Folks Who Make It Work
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Cons Lacking in social interaction One of the downsides of homeschooling program is the fact that it lacks the social component, which teaches the child to interact with other people. This is especially needed during the stage when the social and communication skills of children are just developing. To supplement the absence of this component, some parents organize social activities for their children.
As a personal option of parents for their children, the need to comply does not end in enrolling. Parents play a big role in its success. In California, it is a compulsory for all children to acquire public or private schooling and be given the right education. Under the educational codes of California, methods of exemptions to the mandatory school attendance have alternative learning options as follows: 1.
Unlike with the traditional school setting, students of the homeschooling program are allowed to work at their own pace and to learn what they can learn at a certain period of time. They are not required to finish a coursework without totally mastering the lesson. Because they do not have to learn alongside other kids, they are given more freedom to fully understand the lessons.
This will allow children to obtain quality instruction. Students of home schooling also benefit from having a very comfortable and familiar environment for a classroom. Home-schooled students no longer have to adapt to new surroundings, which can also sometimes affect a child's ability to learn. This system can also provide a way for parents to be closer with their children and can also help parents have a more active role in educating their children in the manner that they want.
A question of social interaction One of the things that many feel puts the homeschooling program to a disadvantage is the fact that studying inside the home de-emphasizes social interaction, which children also need in order to function well in the real world. This is especially essential with children who are at the stage when they are still developing their social skills and are just beginning to communicate.
You have the option to select a curriculum best fitted for your child and not the school to impose their system on you. You are the best and first hand access to the personality of your child; knowing his IQ (Intelligent Quotient) and EQ (Emotional Quotient), what subjects are his inclinations. You won't be wasting much time to tackle a task, imposing the teaching and learning process on subjects not of his interests.