Why let your kids learn at home than send them to school? Well, first of all, you don’t have to...
The term ‘homeschooling’ basically refers to the process in which one or more children of not more than 2...
Our Homeschooling Approach
In the footsteps of Charlotte Mason: Charlotte Mason is often considered as the founder of the homeschooling movement. A homeschooler herself, she was passionate in her zeal to lay out the foundations for an effective and complete homeschooling program that is fun and educational at the same time.
If you have decided that homeschooling is the way to educate your child, then get ready for the ecstasy and the anxiety – as the road ahead might be a bit bumpy, but the rewards more than make up for it. Producing a well-adjusted and well-rounded personality is no mean achievement. However this requires a lot of training.
In most homeschooling ventures, the teacher is a parent or a close relative. In some cases, parents may divide the subjects between them. Rarely, if both parents are busy, they may hire a homeschool teacher. Whatever the case, children need time with their parents. Parents, as a thumb rule, are the first teachers.
The computer and internet has taken homeschooling to the next level as they make use of the visual and sound medium to make learning fun and easy. Streaming video and audio show various scientific processes in great detail.Complicated problems are dealt with deftly & elegantly.
Homeschooling – The Negative Side
It’s not all hunky-dory and smooth sailing on the homeschooling front. Like all things in life, there is a downside that has to be seriously considered when you explore the homeschooling option. Though one man’s bane may be another man’s boon, there are certain common reasons for concern.