This article is over 9 years old A teacher giving a lesson to pupils in a London primary school Photograph: Graham Turner Children educated at home are twice as likely to be known by social services and four times more likely as young adults to be out of work, education or training than those who go to school, MPs have been told. MPs on the cross-party select committee for children, schools and families asked the head of a government inquiry into home education and the schools minister to defend calls for tougher rules on parents who teach their children at home.
You wouldn't have even learned to speak properly. I'm not going to write you a 7 page essay, but I suggest you read up on child development and see the importance of parents from birth up to teenagers.
I also suggest you read the arguments both for and against homeschooling. Really, to say children should never be educated at home by their parents is dumb.
Just say I'm a qualified teacher, would it be ok to teach other kids in a classroom but not my own at home?
On that note, I suggest you do some research into what is actually taught in education degrees. I think you'll find a lot is on classroom management and teaching large numbers of children at once, more crowd control than actual teaching techniques. How relevent is that if your children are at home?
There's only a few of them, so crowd techniques aren't necessary. How much of an education diploma is about teaching? What resources are available to help parents at home learn the parts of an education degree that would be relevent?
There are plenty of homeschooling parents who would be happy to tell you how they learned to teach, if you ask politely: It's not necessary to agree with them, just to be logical and polite in your disagreement. While I was at uni doing a humanities degree I read a fair amount of history teaching theory.
I know where to go to find teaching theory the best way to teach something on any topic. More importantly, I'm capable of reading theory and thinking about whether they are right, wrong, useful, not useful, and how I should modify what they think to suit my own experiences.
Seven pages should be easy to come up with.Children should never be educated at home by their parents. Do you agree or disagree? Discuss the advantages and disadvantages for young people who decide to do this.
Some may say, “We send our child to a Christian or parochial school for their religious education.” While there is no fault in choosing this educational route, as parents we can’t ignore these 2 powerful reasons why every child should be home educated: 1.
The Bible tells us. Children should never be educated at home by their parents. Do you agree or disagree? Introduction Homeschooling refers to the practice of educating children at home by either parents or by a private tutor instead of sending the child to school.
The idea of homeschooling . Mar 28, · The question is whether children should be educated at home by their parents or not. I strongly believe that students should not be educated at home by their parents. Firstly, it is obvious that parents cannot teach their children all the time.
I strongly believe that children should be educated at school because socialising is a very important part of life as well as childhoods. In schools there are better facilities and professionally trained teachers for all different subjects for example a science lab and a drama studio.
The review of 74 local authorities had found that while % of children in the UK population were known to social services, the figure was % among those who were educated at home.