I think the struggle to give our student the “best education” is because we want them to be happy, well rounded and prepared for an ever changing future. In my previous post, I addressed the skill sets parents need to consider for becoming a Master Parent Teacher. In case you missed it, it’s available clicking here.
Let’s look at the big picture, not the curriculum or educational philosophy, of what we want for our children. What is the end result that you are hoping for?
Will your student be ready for their own future? Will they be able to say:
- I can get and stay healthy – physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
- I can solve problems and make decisions – about the intellectual, social, moral and emotional issues and problems I face.
- I can relate to others and the world – by forming, managing and sustaining my relationships.
- I can use insights to grow and develop – in each stage of life.
- I can work and stay focused – in each stage of life.
- I can think and create – in ways that help me navigate and experience life.
- I can persist through struggles and maintain hope – no matter my challenges.
Join us in one of our programs and we will walk you through what a year of “education” looks like, what freedom it brings, and what transitioning into a new educational lifestyle involves.
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