The Beginner's Guide to "Homeschooling"
Welcome Newbie - who wants to transition to homeschooling your child or yourself as a student...
Huh, homeschooling? Not interested? It's not surprising that people underestimate homeschooling or find it unorthodox, particularly for younger students to be away from their peers. Now before you shrug off the idea of having your child homeschooled or - if you happen to be a student yourself - of imagining ever opting out of your current school in favor of self-educating at home...hear us out.
Homeschooling can prove far superior for getting an education than attending regular classes at traditional schools. How so?
* For starters, with all the talk about needing smaller class size for better teacher-to-student ratio, you can't get smaller than schooling one-on-one at home. When a teacher has multiple students to teach, they are not going to hold up an entire class just because one student is unable to keep up.
* All that undivided one-on-one attention is accompanied by the many possible ways in which learning and the environment can be personalized in whatever shape or form that is best suited to the individual student, without being too confined to any rigid school bureaucracy.
* And, of course, the undeniable convenience of schooling not only from home and being closer to family, but from anywhere. Calling it "homeschooling" doesn't even begin to do justice in conveying the freedom of schooling from any location for truly making learning omnipresent.
Are you piqued yet? In fact, in the old days, homeschooling was once considered the most prestige form of education reserved for the elitists. No longer is that the case, because home education has gained traction in recent years owing to the advancement of technology and tools in making homeschooling far accessible. You can school from home without concerns of compromising the education and not being up to par with other students at regular schools.
"Homeschooling for Beginners" will guide you through:
- Getting the requirements to meet each state's educational board's standards
- The breakdown of each academic phase which every student must go through
- The different school materials needed to ensure your homeschool runs smoothly
- The approach to creating your own curriculum based on those from local schools
- The ways of measuring academic performance to other students on a national level
...on top of everything else that beginners need to know.
Having said all that, our primary focus here is not centered around the nitty-gritty day-to-day operations of homeschooling. Instead, it is on guiding you through the transitional process and providing you with the necessary resources, to make the homeschool transition easy-breezy.
At the end of the day, homeschooling can be for everybody and will become a more integral part of education with remote learning on the rise. Adopt now, and give homeschooling a try to see what it has to offer. Begin the transition to start homeschooling today.
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