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When Homeschool Isn’t The Right Fit | Hip Homeschool Moms

When Homeschool Isn’t The Right Fit | Hip Homeschool Moms | Homeschooling | Scoop.it

Here's a topic spoken about in some homeschool circles in hushed tones: what happens when homeschooling is not the right fit for a family?

"For many parents, homeschooling is an amazing solution to public school woes or funding issues with private schooling. Many home schooled children enjoy the slower pace and increased time with family that this option affords. But what happens when the home school environment becomes such an uphill struggle, that it’s too depressing and difficult to continue?"


Via Susan Critelli
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The article talks about the difficulties of home schooled people. I think it is a trustable website because it is one website from parents and it is wrote by a mom that have home schooled children. BY: Leticia Freitas

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Homeschooling

Homeschooling | Homeschooling | Scoop.it
At Successful Homeschooling, find information about homeschool curriculum, home school resources, pros and cons, laws, freebies, articles, and more.
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Here in this article the author is saying that there are cons and pros of the homeschooling there are many things of homeschooling and there are too successful things.

 

 

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Public School vs Homeschool - YouTube

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It is a very good source because the video was made by one child that  already studied in public and home school, so he may compare with the vision of a child that passed throughout this different process and the pros and cons. The bad thing is that the language isn't so formal and he do not strong arguments. You may think that it isn't very trustable because it was made by a teenager, but because of this (being young) is the best reason for choose this video. BY: Leticia F.

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The Pros and Cons of Homeschooling - FamilyEducation.com

The Pros and Cons of Homeschooling - FamilyEducation.com | Homeschooling | Scoop.it
Are you considering homeschooling? Learn about the advantages and disadvantages before you make your decision.
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If you are thinking about homeschooling here are a lot of reasons why. It is written by a parent that loves the fact about homeschooling.  The cons only are only focused at the fact of parents passing time with their child, and if they don't like it do not choose homeschool. For me is a very good article because it was written by a mom that chose homeschooling and the up's and down's of it. The There are some problems such as you have to change the 'link' to see the cons, but without it is good. The article starts with the pros because people often like to listen to good things first. BY: Leticia F

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Parents as Teachers -- Why Homeschooling Is a Bad Idea

Parents as Teachers -- Why Homeschooling Is a Bad Idea | Homeschooling | Scoop.it
All of us moms and dads gaze upon our little darlings and can't bear the thought of the outside world sullying their perfection. What if other kids are mean? What if his teacher doesn't like him? How
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The solution is that homeschooling for parents as teachers who educate their own children, they don't have a really good background because they are alone doing homework and in the free time the parents would be real parents and when they become teachers the are not parents, because they become teachers. BY: Santiago Velasco

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Death to Homeschooling!

Death to Homeschooling! | Homeschooling | Scoop.it
I originally wrote this post in 2005, but it somehow didn't make the migration from Blogspot to Beliefnet to Wordpress to Patheos. Like many people who have their first child approaching kindergart...
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This article is about why children don't need to have home schooling and my favorite Idea of this article is that children don't have to do homeschooling because they are always with their parents and don't share time with their classmates and friends.  BY: Santiago Velasco

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The Innovative Educator: 15 Key Facts about Homeschool Kids in College

The Innovative Educator: 15 Key Facts about Homeschool Kids in College | Homeschooling | Scoop.it

"In recent years, homeschooling has seen a rise in popularity, with more and more parents deciding to educate their children outside of school. Some parents (and their friends/family) who choose this path are concerned about their child's ability to move on to college should they choose that path..."


Via Beth Dichter
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This article talks about 15 things that people don't expect about homeschooling. The blog says the website they got these information and links other articles that may interest you. It do not include the author. BY: Leticia Freitas 

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Research Facts on Homeschooling | Research

Research Facts on Homeschooling | Research | Homeschooling | Scoop.it
The National Home Education Research Institute's mission is to: Produce high-quality homeschooling research, serve as a clearinghouse of research for the public, researchers, homeschoolers, the media, and policy makers, and educate the public concerning the findings of all research on home education.
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This article talks about researched facts about home schools. The article includes the name and some facts about the author, that is a Ph.D., some statistics are also included. I think is a trustable webpage because it cites the sources, it is one webpage made just for statistics for homeschool and the author is included. BY: Leticia F.

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Home Schools - Focus on the Family

Home Schools - Focus on the Family | Homeschooling | Scoop.it
Pros and cons of home schools
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The article explains how homeschool works, saying about how it will help or interfere at the life of the child, and the comparison of homeschool/public school and homeschool/particular school. It seems to be more trustable because it names the author, it gives other articles that may interest you and is one website focused at the family. BY: Leticia F.

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Public School vs. Homeschool

Public School vs. Homeschool | Homeschooling | Scoop.it

ThisChoosing to send your child to a public school or home school is a big decision to make which is why it would probably be best to research the benefits of each option before making any decision.

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This article talks the pros and cons of public schools vs. homeschooling. The first paragraph talks about how choosing the ambient your child study is important, the second paragraph talks about homeschooling and its benefit, and the third paragraph talks the benefits of going to a normal public school. The article in general follows the main idea of the introduction, that is the important decision you are making by choosing public schools or homeschooling. The website don't show the author or other related links. BY: Leticia F

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Reasons Why Homeschooling is Bad

Reasons Why Homeschooling is Bad | Homeschooling | Scoop.it
If you are planning to educate your children at home, think again! It might not only claim a considerable amount of your time and efforts but also lead to limited socialization for your children. Read on to find more about why homeschooling may not be good.
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Some parents believe that they know their child's strengths and weaknesses best and they know how they way to teach them and that is a disadvantage for the son because he will almost suffer their advantage, leave them homework and because the parents leave homework to the son, the son can't have help of the parents. BY: Santiago Velasco

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