Saturday, November 24, 2012

Homeschool: The Ideal Way to Learn

"One test of the correctness of educational procedure is the happiness of the child" says Maria Montessori.

My friend does not have a driver’s license and that was the deciding factor why she said yes to homeschool her eldest daughter. Back in her home country, she was an elementary teacher by profession and after marriage; she has chosen to become a full time mom to three beautiful children. She is an ideal mom and her children adored her especially her eldest daughter. At one year old, the little girl learns the sound and letter names of the alphabet. She was a very intelligent child and very much eager to learn new things. Her first teacher is the mother and presently, she is enrolled to homeschool. The little girl enjoyed her activities and lessons in fact; her lessons are design according to her learning capability.

My friend is at ease having her daughter learns the lessons at home with her. Parents have numerous reasons why they like to homeschool their children. They are scared for their children. It could be about the school environment where parents are anxious about. Other parents are reluctant to send their children to school because of the religious and moral instruction taught in school. They do not want their child influenced by other faith other than what they have. Some parents prefer homeschool because they are not satisfied with the academic instruction at either public or private schools. For whatever reason it may be, homeschool is an ideal program for children whose parents have the time and patience to make it happen.

Bridgeway Free Learning Style Assessment is a great example of institution trusted by parents mainly because it is accredited through AdvancEd and SACS CASI. Knowing that status, parents are confident that their curriculum meets the Educational standard. No wonder that my friend wishes to continue to homeschool her daughter for another year.

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