여러가지 홈스쿨링의 방법 및 교재의 사용에 대한 설명과,
홈스쿨링이 아이들의 학술, 사회적인 능력의 발달에 어떠한
영향을 끼치는 지에 대한 레포트 입니다.
Ⅱ. Literature Review
Ⅲ. The Effects of Homeschooling on Children’s Academic Development
3.1 Different Teaching Method of Homeschooling and Their Effects
3. 1. 1 School-at-home Method
3. 1. 2 Unit Studies Method
3. 1.3 Montessori Method
3.1.4 Waldorf Method
3. 1. 5 Charlotte Mason Method
3.2 Comparison on the Academic Accomplishments between Homeschooled and Schooled Students
Ⅳ. The Effects of Homeschooling on Children’s Socializing Ability
4.1 Social Research Result
4.2 Significance of the Harmonious Relation with Outer Environment
Ⅴ. Suggestions to a Better Homeschooling
Homeschooling has not yet become a very familiar concept in many Asian countries, but it became quite popular in the western countries especially in the U.S. According to the recent statistics from PFI (the Parent and Family Involvement in Education Survey), there were 1.5 Million Homeschooled students in the United States in 2007. With the increasing numbers, it has raised many of controversial issues especially on the academic and socializing development.
This essay aims to analyze what kind of effects homeschooling can bring to the children from the perspective of academic and socializing development. Furthermore, my personal suggestions will be presented for a more desirable method of homeschooling.
As the sun rises every morning, most of the children from an ordinary family are forced to wake up early to prepare themselves for school. Since children spend most of their time in school, having been greatly influenced by both peers and teachers, the school environment is one of the most significant factors to form children’s personality and their behavior. Through school activities, children can gradually acquire not only academic knowledge but the concept of being a member of the society. However, there is no denying that each student’s personal interests or talents often cannot be fully
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