Pros And Disadvantages Of Homeschooling

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What is the first thing that comes into the mind of every person when they hear the word “homeschool”? They often think that every person that has been homeschooled is an anti-social person, which is proven wrong. Researchers say that being homeschooled makes the children be more socially active.

When kids learned how to be organized, they can easily stay focused on their studies instead of spending time doing other things. Studying for a test can be scary for young children because in this point of time, numbers measure your intelligence. Many educators or teachers assume that parents will help their children doing school works, tasks and projects. Encouraging the children to study will result to good learning habits.

Deann (2012) indicates “Some public school kids who don’t know a lot about homeschooling always
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It’s just that being homeschooled has less drama. A child usually encounters peer pressure and stress. One advantage of being homeschooled is the avoidance of being bullied. Bullying is a major problem in this point of time and it’s a big help to be able to avoid it. But sometimes children get limited experiences outside the environment. The child will be able to focus more in studying because the child can choose what subject to study first. The child can also manage the time. Being in a public school brings stress to students. How would you expect children to study after school is the student wakes up early in the morning and stay at school for almost half of the day? Students have a lot of paper works at school and home works after school. Basically, a student can’t get enough rest and sleep because of loads of school works to do. Students also experience time pressure especially in finals because of the same submissions of school works yet not enough time to do it all at once. That’s why some say that homeschooled is
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