Common sense for homeschool families
Whether we like it or not the way children are now having to learn is a challenge for them, a strain on caregivers, and a worry for all on the quality of education going forward.
No, it's not as scary as this! But it will take a hard look and some organized planning. First, the good. 1.) You're brave, unconventional, open minded, and confident.
If you have taken the time to carefully consider the benefits of including homeschooling into the broader picture of your child's education then you will need to begin a preliminary plan. This assumes that you have already investigated the issues raised in my previous post(s).
Homeschooling is highly individualized and before embarking on this journey there are some basic considerations which must be addressed by your family.
In these uncertain times, many things that we have always taken for granted have been challenged. How our children have been educated traditionally has been radically altered, so many parents are looking for alternatives beyond the traditional.