We are tempted to give in to the status quo, hoping for the best teachers and best experiences each school year, because there doesn’t seem to be another way. But, giving in means diminished outcomes for our children and our society long-term.
What Parents Want Parents want a safe space for their children to develop character. Character in the context of a safe space protecting the child impeccably, unblemished, and encouraging self-expression. I am not sure if that is the learning process,
What you don’t know can limit your growth and opportunity. That’s true for your school-age children, but it is especially true for your college age children. I was that first generation in college student who didn’t know how exactly to
The Subtle Mistake Parents Make Steven Paglierani offers an interesting model of conformity in the context of education that can be applied to your influence on your child. My question for you is, “How much of your engagement with your
As homeschool parents, we create a nurturing environment for our children to learn, and try to come up with ways to help them get the most out of learning. Since my son wanted to be right, I gave him some ways that should help.