I Believe In My Education: My Philosophy Of Education

Satisfactory Essays
I was homeschooled. Up until age sixteen, the primary place of my obtaining an education was my home. Like most people assume about homeschooled children, my parents were my main teachers, I often studied in my pajamas, and recess was not limited to only thirty minutes a day. When I reached the age of a junior in high school, I enrolled in the local community college where, after two years of hard work and severe lack of sleep, I graduated with my Associate degree. Now, I am a BYU student doing the whole thing over again working toward my Bachelors. Throughout these experiences, my philosophy on education has evolved quite tremendously. Growing up, I always assumed that college was a necessary step for everyone. Most people in my family, including
Get Access