“Real education must ultimately be limited to men who insist on knowing. The rest is mere sheep herding.” -Ezra Pound
Advocates of homeschooling believe parents are better equipped than a school to create a learning environment suited to the student’s individual needs and interests.
Homeschooling, also known as home education is the education of children at home or a variety of other places. Home education is usually conducted by a parent or tutor or online teacher.
Liesel always felt like an outcast because she was so far behind from the other students she had to be in classroom for kindergartners.
She smiled, "Aphel."
"A for what?"
Allowing kids to home school will help then better grasp their education and help struggling students understand better.
"Learning at home creates the capability to cater to the needs of the child. My older brother was dyslexic. To help him tell a "b" from a "d," my mom tried four different phonics curricula and finally made up her own rhyming, illustrated story system. The ability to efficiently address his reading problem allowed him to cultivate his strengths."
"Some parents of home-schooled children speak glowingly of the "wonderful imaginations" developed by their lonely child, who, being surrounded always by adults, has little opportunities to develop friendships with real children. "
These advocates contend that homeschooled students benefit from a “real world” education where they can learn from experience, interact with people of all ages, and obtain practical skills like cooking and budgeting for a household.
When she was learing with her Papa though she had thought that this was better. She felt comfortable and was able to really grasp reading because it was just her and somebody she loved and trusted. She could go at her own pace and have fun while writing her dictionary.
Homeschooling helps parent and children inaction grow so they can take control of their education and doesn't have to give up on their dreams.
"The myth of homeschoolers being "homebound" has been exploded. Homeschooling's rapid growth has led to a wide variety of social events, particularly in metropolitan areas. "
Should more kids become home school since many students have problems in public school regarding falling behind in certain subjects?
Yes,becasue when a child is taught by their parent they grow a loving relationship with learning and tend to want to learn more. They find confidence in themselves by growing from the hard times with learning disbilitys.