There is no substitute for parents being directly involved in the upbringing, and education of their children.
Home schooling on line can in some instances be an okay choice, however a public school on line is not considered to be home schooling.
Public school on line is simply doing the work a school district mandates at home, you still fall under the school calendar, and requirements.
There are Home School Academies who offer on line support, and do all the paperwork for you.
These schools often give you a choice to use their curriculum's on your own, or with their help.
You will still be in charge of the scheduling, electives, and extra curricular activities your family would like to participate in.
To make an informed choice on what is best for your family, go to http://www.hslda.org and find out what the laws in your state are.
Then if possible attend a home school convention in your state; they offer many workshops, and have vendors who can show you the vast array of home school curricula available for teaching your children.
get on the internet and learn how to homeschool or online school because it not same as school.
I have public homeschooling.
It's through my lol school district.
I got to school once a week, I have an actual teacher who grades and gives me new work.
My homeschooling provides me with textbooks, supplies, and etc...
I would recommend contacting your local school district and find out where the nearest public homeschooling facility is located.
well to me the best way is letting go to regular skool cause most kids learn in a class (fact) but the best of those 2 things is homeskool they a least get physical communication with a teacher and they can easily ask a question and the teacher can show him/her better.But make the best choice for ur kids and best wishes to ur decision
I am homeschool my son thru public school but at home
the books are included and a laptop & printer we just have to
return them at the end of every year.
We live in wisconsin and it is called IQ Academy
This is something you will figure out as you go. You will learn about your kids and find out how they learn best and then you will follow that course of action. What works for us may not work for you. My daughter learns much better by reading then if she were to try to use an online school.
Good luck in your quest.
There are many, many different ways to homeschool. You need to keep in mind your state laws, your kids' learning styles, their needs and yours (structured vs. unstructured), and your budget. The best way to homeschool is the one that works best for your family.
I suggest doing some research on these things; most libraries usually have something on homeschooling. Check out websites like http://homeschooling.gomilpitas.com/... . Think about why you are homeschooling and what your specific goals for homeschooling are. Getting in touch with a support group is a great way to meet people and find out about learning opportunities that you might not otherwise know.
There is no one best way--otherwise everybody would pretty much be homeschooling only one way!
Online school is good for kids who don't have learning issues, are willing to work and for parents who are at a total loss on how to teach their kids or just want something all prepared and marked by someone else. Also, some programs are readily recognized (accredited) which comforts some people.
Do a search on homeschool methods or homeschool styles. See if one of the others seems likes something you could do or if you would really prefer to stick with something like online.
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