Benefits of Educating at Home
The fourth advantage of young people being away from structured school environments can be discovering various opportunities and engaging in unique experiences. These might be things that were available to them all of the time, but they were not able to take advantage of the opportunities or experiences because they were in school.
The video conference gatherings with family members may have connected them with distant relatives in a variety of age groups. They could be developing important life skills as they provide support to a parent who is running their own business, or they may have the experience of visiting zoos, aquariums, museums, and nature reserves virtually. These experiences that are not typically available in schools have the potential to pique children's interest, as well as their curiosity in a variety of ways.
The first and natural instinct to a change as drastic as the change caused by the current pandemic is typically distress. Families doubted their abilities to match the work that schools were doing with their children. For many families, there were too many other life changes for them to worry about not doing a good job of replicating the school experience, and they stopped trying.
For others, life changes necessitated that children take on roles and responsibilities that they could not do because they were in school. As families continue their lives during the summer and examine what may possibly happen when schools are open to receive children, it is my hope that adults will reflect on lessons learned and embrace the positive experiences with their children and continue to embrace their role as teachers.
It has been said that children learn more from what you are than from what you teach. Now maybe a good time to reflect on who we are as individuals, and to see how much our children will always learn from us.
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