Is Home Schooling on the Internet the New Wave of Education?

Written by Matt Degree

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Home schooling has beenrepparttar basis of society for thousands of years - long before schools came about. However, in today's society it can be difficult for parent's to maintainrepparttar 149097 supervision of assignments that is needed for home schooling. This may become even more of an issue as a child gets intorepparttar 149098 higher grades and parents are unfamiliar withrepparttar 149099 curriculum or are working and do not have as much time to assist them.


A new addition to education,repparttar 149100 internet is now providingrepparttar 149101 ability for parents to give their child an enhanced curriculum, control over education, and online support. This will all cost much less than private school at an average cost of $900 per year.

Older children can benefit from online teachers who are able to superviserepparttar 149102 work - a huge benefit for working or single parents. Many accredited Internet schools offer similar courses to those available in private schools.

Joel Turtel, who isrepparttar 149103 author of "Public Schools, Public Menace: How Public Schools Lie To Parents and Betray Our Children," says that busy working parents can give their kids a quality, low-cost education at home usingrepparttar 149104 Internet. K-12th grade Internet schools can take most ofrepparttar 149105 homeschooling burden off parent's backs.

Perhaps this isrepparttar 149106 answer you've been looking for.

Matt Degree involves in Education for almost 15 years. He has also been a consultant for online learning and act as advisor for online learning project. Find more resources at

Child Learning Styles

Written by Mary Joyce

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There are several identifiable types of child learning styles as identified educational scholars. It is out ofrepparttar scope of this article to go into each of these categories. However, it is important that you have at least a high level understanding of these different types of learning styles. Knowing of these and having a decent understanding of them will aid greatly in your curriculum decisions as you first begin to understand what type of learner your child is.

A bit of research onrepparttar 149051 internet will bring you back much information onrepparttar 149052 different types of child learning styles and how to recognize and tailor a program that best fitsrepparttar 149053 style. The idea is to work to determine how you child learns then fine tune your curriculum to make use of that learning style. Accomplishing this will create an motivation filled environment. And motivation to learn set sails inrepparttar 149054 right direction.

Mary Joyce is a former educator, successful homeschool parent, and has written many articles on teaching your child at home for the Homeschool-Curriculum-4u website. Please visit ( for more of Mary's articles, tips, and how-to's helping you teach your child at home.

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