The Importance Of Homeschooling

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Education is a basic form of learning in which the knowledge, skills and value of a group of people are transferred from one generation to the next generation through formal transmission such as, discussion, teaching, training, and research. Otherwise, education sometimes may include some informal transmission for example story telling and non-academic organization. There are several ways and techniques on how this learning process are transferred from one generation into another such as by goes school or takes private course. Education is formally divided into stages such as preschool, primary school, secondary school, college then university and apprenticeship. In every stage a single person is expected to learn and gain skills also knowledge…show more content…
Homeschooling let the students to have more freedom in some aspects. This system let students to learn without any time limit, and lets them to explore anything that they like, whenever they want. My kids have worked on real dinosaur fossils and played with liquid nitrogen...and yeah, they're 8 and 6. We work all summer, but we take four big breaks during the year. According to this testimony, from a user named K from yahoo answer, showed that homeschooled students learn anything they like and curious about. Age is not a determining factor for homeschooled kids to learn. Not to mention the possibility that a homeschooled kid could explore things that there is beyond their age. By the testimony mentioned the mother’s kids their age is around 6 and 8, which is categorized as young teenager that normally in their age people learns about fundamental science as opposed from the mother’s kids. As well as this homeschool system is opposed to the formal education system which is public school as mentioned before. The homeschooling used to be restricted by law in that normally students take their study at formal education system. Nowadays homeschool is legal in some countries such as Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, and New

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