Benefits Of Homeschooling Essay

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Homeschooling as a Benefit The question of whether homeschooling is a good option has been thrown around for many years but peaked a strong interest in parents during 1980’s and 90’s. Traditional schooling has proven to be beneficial in some areas in the past but times have changed and new techniques and advances have emerged. The newer emerged idea of homeschooling is one of the newer techniques that has proven itself to be very propitious. Traditional schooling’s credibility and effectiveness have lowered since homeschooling has emerged. Homeschooling is superior to traditional schooling because of a more productive work environment, positive socialization opportunities, and exceptional academic achievement. Homeschooling offers students a productive learning environment by allowing the instructor to tailor to the individual learning styles of the student. Linguistic, kinesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and mathematical are some of the many different types of learning…show more content…
Social pressure is decreased in a homeschooling atmosphere than in traditional schooling. Compared to traditional schools, homeschooling does not define students as much by numbers, such as grade point average, ACT/SAT scores, class ranking, test scores, etc. According to Nancy Brown, Ph.D., the nervous breakdowns, panic attacks, burnouts, and depression are also apparent in many younger students (Kaur 2). It is proven that students who are not so overwhelmed from pressure about grades and defining numbers will be less likely to have such nervous breakdowns. Homeschooled kids have enhanced confidence due to lack of stress from grades (Romanski 81). Stress in traditional schools has caused students to commit suicide, dropout from school all together, or even runaway. Homeschool programs are developing students who are typically above

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