Why Does Homeschool Work?

 

Homeschooling is one-on one: Studies have shown that the smaller the

student-teacher ratio, the better the student performs.  Each student is helped

individually.  All students will master a basic skill or concept before moving to

more advanced concepts.  This method ensures that learning is taking place.  In essence, homeschooling is a one-to-one student-teacher ratio.

 

Learning is tailored to each child’s educational needs: Each child’s

educational program is customized to meet their strengths, learning styles and

interests to maximize learning.  Customized learning allows the teacher to focus on areas of interest or giftedness.  This method increases a student’s motivation to learn which results in a love for learning.

 

Independent thinking: Homeschooled students are less likely to follow

groups.  They are typically independent thinkers who tend to be more mature

than their peers.  The ability to think for themselves results in less influences

from peer pressure.

 

Safe learning environment: Children who are homeschooled are not the

victims of teasing, bullying, negative peer pressure or school violence.

 

Strong family bonds are forged: Parents are an active part of their children’s

lives as they grow.  Siblings grow closer and more supportive of one another. 

Families are able to travel and explore field trips within the community to

enhance the learning process. Besides the benefits to children, parents and guardians are enlivened by the education they are receiving alongside their children and find themselves wanting to spend more and more time with their children.

 

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