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Everyone Homeschools

A group of parents were in the library discussing homeschooling. They asked me to join the conversation because they were aware that I tutor on line and volunteer at the school. (Retired from teaching just means you don’t get paid.)

When they asked what I thought about homeschooling, I tried to keep it simple. Everyone teaches their children things at home. It simply comes down to knowing what you want to teach and who can teach that child in the way that child learns.

My bias does not go to one location or the other. I think children benefit from both locations, depending on the child. Even if a child goes to traditional school there are so many things they learn at home.

  • Question of

    Do you believe homeschooling works for some children?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Do you believe that children benefit from public school?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Would you ever consider on line learning?

    • Yes
    • No

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  1. I stumbled upon this post again, and saw the picture you shared here. I saw the crocheted cloth at the top left corner of the chalkboard. I wonder if it’s made as a “duster” for the chalkboard. I am thinking of making a duster for my chalkboard. I just think perhaps the crocheted cloth works well.

    Thanks for sharing the idea. ^_^

  2. I read a book “You are your child’s first teacher”, and I agree all of us (parents) are actually “homeschooling” our kids even they go to public school.

    I always believe there are pros and cons for every decision we make or path we walk, we just pick whichever is more suitable for ourselves and the kids. We can always learn from anywhere.

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