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Depends/not likely.: This is not likely to be a problem as long as the child has other ways to interact with kids his/her age. It might be a good idea to look at other possible alteratives, like tutoring for education as well. If these choices meet the education requirements and the child has ways to interact with other children, it should not be a problem. ...Read more
Homeschooling: Parents who choose home schooling have several reasons such as providing individual teaching controling what their children learn, if parents do not agree with material being taught i.e. Sex education parents may feel their children will receive more creative teaching at home and can be encourage to be more independent than attending school. ...Read more
How do you explain to kids that they need homeschooling to be away from bad influences? They want to stay in school.
Well....: If your child wants to stay in school, then they may be better off there. If they were being bullied or were not enjoying the experience, i'm sure they would jump at the chance to stay home. As far as bad influences are concerned, early education about drugs, alcohol and sex are the parents responsibility anyway, so be sure to inform your child about these dangers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you had to teach human sexuality to children or adolescents in homeschool, what are some things thing ok if religious?
Be realIstic: A religious ovum is fertilized just as easily as an atheist ovum. A religious body is just as susceptible to STDs as an atheist body. Ignorance caused tremendous suffering in earlier times. We're blessed with modern knowledge that gives us much more control over them. If your kids don't learn it from you, who will teach it to them properly? Knowledge is power. We owe it to them to give it to them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Kids are gifted. Mom never was but husband insists on her homeschooling them for religious reasons. Wrong?
Depends: I'm not a huge fan of home schooling, but data show that, effectively done, kids do as well as or better than those in public schools. There are many resources available, so one does not have to create an educational program from scratch. Biggest issues usually have to do with socialization, which can be harder; but, arranging for social contacts in other settings helps with that. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My daughter is sick and I homeschool her but would she be able to get homeschooled through the hospital ?
Depends: On her condition, ask the social worker at the hospital, wish you both wellness ...Read more
Why not?: I do not see any reason why that would be harmful. She will certainly talk. I am unaware of any advantage to a large classroom for a selectively mute person as they talk when they choose. She will benefit form therapy to help her overcome it with time, but homeschool might be the perfect setting for her. ...Read more
My daughter is sick and I homeschool her but would she be able to get homeschooled through the hospital ? she has pots
Words matter: The average hospital stay for kids runs 2-3 days, and schoolwork is rarely addressed as treatment proceeds. For those with long term stays, some larger facilities do co-op with local school districts to provide such services.You must ask what is available and authorize the service.Various privacy rules keep the hospital/doc from allowing anyone access to information on your kid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer