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What you will learn:
  • Home Education
  • Benefits & Negatives of Home Education
  • The Spectrum of Home Education
  • Learning Styles
  • Materials & Resources
  • Preparing Lessons
  • Mastery, Testing, Grades & University
  • Myths & Questions about Home Education
  • Tips, Suggestions & Advise
  • Considering Home Education


Study Home Education Online Course and Learn the Pros and Cons ff Home-Schooling 

The Home Education Course helps students to understand how to go about educating their children themselves. The comprehensive materials will answer most, if not all, of your questions about the topic, including the pros and cons of home-schooling.

With 5 million children worldwide being home educated, more parents are exercising their right to educate their children themselves.

Students will learn how to begin home schooling your child, as well as letting you know what is required of you to do so and informing you of any educational bodies who you may, or may not, need to inform of your decision.

The Home Education Course outlines the positives, as well as the negatives, so that parents can make an informed decision on whether this is the best fit for them and their children.

‘Home Education’ does not mean one single way of teaching a child, but is rather a spectrum term that includes many different methods and theories to provide an education that fits their child. As a home educator, you can adapt your teaching to the way your child learns, so that they gain the most from the learning experience. The Home Education Course covers the various ways of learning, going through each of the following: Visual / Spatial, Verbal / Linguistic, Aural (Auditory/Musical), Physical / Kinaesthetic, Solitary (Intrapersonal), Social (Interpersonal), Logical / Mathematics, and Naturalist learning.

You will need materials and resources with which to teach. Fortunately, you can pick and choose from all the materials available in the world. The course teaches parents about some of the more common types of materials and suggests other ways that lessons can be taught, to give a more involved learning experience.

Although the need to plan each lesson is not as great as in traditional education (as you will not be teaching 20-30 children), some lessons achieve their intention more succinctly by being planned. The course talks about which lessons lend themselves well to being planned and provides several lesson plans covering different subjects, for parents to use and adapt to fit their children’s needs.

You may still have a number of questions on the subject of home education. We list some of the most common questions and answers them in-depth; dispelling the myths and incorrect beliefs surrounding the topic.

As the person who will be responsible for your children’s education, you need to be sure that it is the right choice, not only for your child/children and your family but also for you. The final module of the course talks parents through additional research, considerations, and questions you should ask yourself before making the decision to home educate.

The course ends with a conclusion and, although it is not a necessity for home educated children, a National Curriculum is also included, should some wish to use it as a way of determining when certain skills should be taught or learned.

What you will learn with our Home Education Online Course

  • Home Education
  • Benefits & Negatives of Home Education
  • The Spectrum of Home Education
  • Learning Styles
  • Materials & Resources
  • Preparing Lessons
  • Mastery, Testing, Grades & University
  • Myths & Questions about Home Education
  • Tips, Suggestions & Advice
  • Considering Home Education

Who would benefit from the course?

The Home Education Course is an excellent resource for parents who have been considering home schooling their child/children, as this course will answer their questions and provide a useful guide on how to get started. It is also ideal for parents who are already educating their children from home and want to improve or consolidate their existing teaching skills and experience.

Home Education Course - Requirements

The Home Education Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Home Education Course
  3. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  4. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  5. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

For any additional questions please see our comprehensive FAQS tab above.

Home Education Online Course Outline

Module 1: Home Education

Part 1: Home Education

Home schooling refers to the method of educating children outside of conventional school settings. They are usually taught at home by their parents, although this can vary greatly. Technically, any parent who enrolls their child in an outside class (martial arts, diving, or another community-based class) has exercised their right to home educate.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Notifications Required to Home Educate
  • Special Needs Students attending Special Schools
  • Scotland

Part 2: De-registering from school

If a child formerly attended school, they must de-register them to ensure they are excluded from the register. This is the most significant legal provision for students in the UK to be legitimately home trained. To avoid truancy, their name must be deleted from the school registry.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Activity
  • Difficulties De-Registering

Part 3: LEA

Eventually, a person may be contacted by the LEA (Local Education Authority) about their home education program. They have the right to do this in principle (unless they have proof that schooling is not taking place), and they have the right to guide the child's education.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Flexi-schooling

Module 2: Benefits & Negatives of Home Education

Part 1: Benefits of Home Education

Parents home school their children for a variety of purposes, mostly a mixture of factors. Home teaching has many and varying advantages. Numerous international findings suggest that home trained children are more socialized, academically prepared, and innovative problem solvers than their typically schooled peers.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Academics, Learning Style & Flexibility

Part 2: More & Better Family Time

Home education has more time for one-on-one instruction and greater principle mastery than conventional community schooling. Using more efficient instructional strategies frees up time during the school day. Homeschooled students often devote less time successfully doing schoolwork than their regular schooled peers.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Activity
  • Practical Skills

Part 3: Cost Savings and More

Some parents home school their children because they cannot bear the high costs of private schools but want a safer learning option for their kids. Homeschooling can be as cheap or as costly as the parents want. There are no mandatory costs; only what they want to buy is expected. Only freely available tools can be used to create a high-quality curriculum.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Variety of Socialization
  • More Experiences = More Happiness
  • Activity
  • Ability to choose exams
  • Reducing peer pressure
  • Safety
  • Religious Instruction

 Part 4: Negatives of Home Education

Home education often necessitates more time, attention, and effort. There will be moments when it is necessary to do more and times when it is necessary to do less, but it will still take an engaged adult to function. Fortunately, a majority of the time is spent having fun! One of the most rewarding aspects of homeschooling is the time spent chatting, studying, and experimenting together.

Module 3: The Spectrum of Home Education

Part 1: Home Education Spectrum

The word "home education" refers to all methods of teaching children at home. Few home educators fall under only one of these categories. Home educators also mix various approaches and philosophies to provide an education that is tailored to their child's needs.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Traditional or School at Home
  • Interest-Led
  • Classical
  • Unit Study
  • Montessori
  • Charlotte Mason
  • Waldorf
  • Thomas Jefferson or Leadership Education

Part 2: Flexible Education Case Studies

A good home education curriculum should capitalize on the child's strengths while both encouraging and strengthening their shortcomings. It should share the burden of educating and directing rather than relying too heavily on any one faction. It should strike a balance between learning and experience and lead to mastery at whatever stage they choose.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Jones Family
  • The Smiths
  • The Williams Family
  • Flexible or Interest-Led Learning Concerns

Module 4: Learning Styles

Part 1: Learning Styles

Each has a favorite way of learning or understanding new knowledge that they use as their primary mode of learning. Most people learn better because they use a variety of learning styles and are not limited to just one.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Visual / Spatial learning
  • Verbal / Linguistic

Part 2: Aural

Aural or harmonic learners tend to learn new content through the use of sounds and songs. They hear everything about them, and their learning experience is no exception. They often employ vibrations, pitch, tone, rhythm, and timbre to aid in the learning and retention of details.

When studying new content, aural learners can profit from playing a recording of preferred music in the background.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Physical / Kinesthetic
  • Solitary (intrapersonal)
  • Social (interpersonal)

Part 3: Logical / Mathematics

Learners who are logical or mathematical prefer to understand the reasoning behind a new idea. They measure their surroundings, and their learning experience is no exception. They also employ programs and partnerships to aid in the learning and retention of new knowledge. They enjoy quantifying and categorizing objects, as well as making educated guesses about them. They take pleasure in demonstrating the possibilities.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Naturalist
  • Naturally Speaking

Module 5: Materials & Resources

Part 1: Materials & Resources

Parents must find tools and services that fit for them and their child in order to get the best home education experience possible. Some parents recognize the importance of textbooks, workbooks, and worksheets because their children need intensive formal instruction. Others take a more casual approach to the program, using the tools and tools to practice more informally and supplementing as necessary.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Curriculum Set
  • Computer based curriculum

Part 2: Resources

It is important to have a toolkit of tools and materials to use while homeschooling in order to inspire students and keep them engaged in what they are studying. It is not just what they remember, but also how it is explained to them, that will hold the memories alive.

Module 6: Preparing Lessons

Part 1: Preparing for Home Educating

It is important to have a toolkit of tools and materials to use while homeschooling in order to inspire students and keep them engaged in what they are studying. It is not just what they remember, but also how it is explained to them, that will hold the memories alive.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Parts of a Plant or Tree (Science, Reading)

Part 2: Lessons

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Addition & Subtraction to 20 (Maths)
  • Carnivorous Plants (Science, Reading)
  • Punctuation: Sentences (English, Reading, Writing, Grammar)
  • Siphons (Science, Reading)

Part 3: English

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Punctuation: Commas in a list (English, Reading, Grammar)
  • Pizza Fractions (Maths, Art)
  • Punctuation: Apostrophes (English)

Part 4: Science and History

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Producers & Consumers (Science)
  • The Human Circulatory System (Science, Health, Reading)
  • Counties & Cities of United Kingdom (History)
  • Parts of an Electrical Circuit (Science, Lab)

Module 7: Mastery, Testing, Grades & University

Part 1: Mastery

Mastery

When a teacher has to accurately measure the academic success of a class full of students, tests are used. Often, the best way for a teacher to determine which students have learned a concept is to conduct a quiz or exam to compare their understanding to benchmarks.

Part 2: Grades & University

Grades

Grades aren't required in home schooling, either, unless a parent sees them as meeting a particular target for a pupil. Many homeschooling parents would not have grades for most classes and conditions. They may award grades for independent or significant assignments completed primarily without their involvement, or they may award grades for educational engagement.

University

Home educated girls, like their conventional schooled peers, will attend university or college if they so choose. It's important to know that going to university isn't required to get a good-paying, stable career. There are several occupations that can necessitate further training but do not necessitate a university degree.

Module 8: Myths & Questions about Home Education

Part 1: Myths

There are some frightening and downright false theories concerning home schooling that must be debunked.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Is it legal?
  • Do I need to be a teacher?
  • Do I need to know everything (or a lot) to home educate?
  • I am not qualified to teach my child.
  • My child won’t learn the right things.
  • There will be gaps in my child’s education.
  • All home education families are exactly alike.
  • My kids won’t socialize.
  • Kids need school to make friends.
  • Parents only choose to home educate for religious reasons.
  • All kids love traditional school and will miss it.
  • If I pull my kids out of school to home educate, they’ll never be able to go back.
  • What if my child wants to learn something I don’t want to teach?
  • If we home educate, my kids will never get into a good university.
  • Home education is for everyone.
  • Home educating is hard!

Part 2: Questions about Home Education

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Who can home educate?
  • How much does it cost to home educate?
  • Who home educates?
  • Why home educate?
  • What do you do all day?
  • How will I know if my child is learning?
  • How do I know which materials and resources to use?
  • How do I home educate children of different ages?

Module 9: Tips, Suggestions & Advice

Part 1: Tips and suggestions

There are some attributes and qualities that home education families should cultivate in order to ease the transition from formal schooling to home education.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Live in the Real World
  • Decompress
  • Acceptance
  • Trust
  • Patience
  • Resourcefulness

Part 2: Advice

Teach the Kids Together

Having children of varying ages can also make home schooling more manageable at times. As part of their curriculum, older children may, for example, practice spelling words with a younger sibling or check their math work. When working for an infant one-on-one, older children will read to their younger counterparts during the day.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Support
  • Defender of Home Education
  • Doubt & Questions

Part 3: Tips

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Other Tips
  • Set Realistic Goals
  • Example Educational Goals

Module 10: Considering Home Education

Considering Home Education

Don't just think about what home schooling could be beneficial to your family. They may also decide whether home schooling is the best option for them right now.

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon successful completion of this course and achieving a passing score for the assessment, you will be issued with an international continuing education credit (CEU) certificate.

This Certificate is applicable worldwide, which demonstrates your commitment to learning new skills. You can share the certificate with your friends, relatives, co-workers, and potential employers. Also, include it in your resume/CV, professional social media profiles and job applications.

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Units of Study

Module 1: Home Education

  • Home Education
  • De-registering from school
  • LEA

Module 2: Benefits & Negatives of Home Education

  • Benefits of Home Education
  • More & Better Family Time
  • Cost Savings and More
  • Negatives of Home Education

Module 3: The Spectrum of Home Education

  • Home Education Spectrum
  • Flexible Education Case Studies

Module 4: Learning Styles

  • Learning Styles
  • Aural
  • Logical / Mathematics

Module 5: Materials & Resources

  • Materials & Resources
  • Resources

Module 6: Preparing Lessons

  • Preparing for Home Educating
  • Lessons
  • English
  • Science and History

Module 7: Mastery, Testing, Grades & University

  • Mastery
  • Grades & University

Module 8: Myths & Questions about Home Education

  • Myths
  • Questions about Home Education

Module 9: Tips, Suggestions & Advice

  • Tips and suggestions
  • Advice
  • Tips

Module 10: Considering Home Education

  • Considering Home Education
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Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

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  • Duration: 150 Hours
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About This Course
What you will learn:
  • Home Education
  • Benefits & Negatives of Home Education
  • The Spectrum of Home Education
  • Learning Styles
  • Materials & Resources
  • Preparing Lessons
  • Mastery, Testing, Grades & University
  • Myths & Questions about Home Education
  • Tips, Suggestions & Advise
  • Considering Home Education


Study Home Education Online Course and Learn the Pros and Cons ff Home-Schooling 

The Home Education Course helps students to understand how to go about educating their children themselves. The comprehensive materials will answer most, if not all, of your questions about the topic, including the pros and cons of home-schooling.

With 5 million children worldwide being home educated, more parents are exercising their right to educate their children themselves.

Students will learn how to begin home schooling your child, as well as letting you know what is required of you to do so and informing you of any educational bodies who you may, or may not, need to inform of your decision.

The Home Education Course outlines the positives, as well as the negatives, so that parents can make an informed decision on whether this is the best fit for them and their children.

‘Home Education’ does not mean one single way of teaching a child, but is rather a spectrum term that includes many different methods and theories to provide an education that fits their child. As a home educator, you can adapt your teaching to the way your child learns, so that they gain the most from the learning experience. The Home Education Course covers the various ways of learning, going through each of the following: Visual / Spatial, Verbal / Linguistic, Aural (Auditory/Musical), Physical / Kinaesthetic, Solitary (Intrapersonal), Social (Interpersonal), Logical / Mathematics, and Naturalist learning.

You will need materials and resources with which to teach. Fortunately, you can pick and choose from all the materials available in the world. The course teaches parents about some of the more common types of materials and suggests other ways that lessons can be taught, to give a more involved learning experience.

Although the need to plan each lesson is not as great as in traditional education (as you will not be teaching 20-30 children), some lessons achieve their intention more succinctly by being planned. The course talks about which lessons lend themselves well to being planned and provides several lesson plans covering different subjects, for parents to use and adapt to fit their children’s needs.

You may still have a number of questions on the subject of home education. We list some of the most common questions and answers them in-depth; dispelling the myths and incorrect beliefs surrounding the topic.

As the person who will be responsible for your children’s education, you need to be sure that it is the right choice, not only for your child/children and your family but also for you. The final module of the course talks parents through additional research, considerations, and questions you should ask yourself before making the decision to home educate.

The course ends with a conclusion and, although it is not a necessity for home educated children, a National Curriculum is also included, should some wish to use it as a way of determining when certain skills should be taught or learned.

What you will learn with our Home Education Online Course

  • Home Education
  • Benefits & Negatives of Home Education
  • The Spectrum of Home Education
  • Learning Styles
  • Materials & Resources
  • Preparing Lessons
  • Mastery, Testing, Grades & University
  • Myths & Questions about Home Education
  • Tips, Suggestions & Advice
  • Considering Home Education

Who would benefit from the course?

The Home Education Course is an excellent resource for parents who have been considering home schooling their child/children, as this course will answer their questions and provide a useful guide on how to get started. It is also ideal for parents who are already educating their children from home and want to improve or consolidate their existing teaching skills and experience.

Home Education Course - Requirements

The Home Education Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Home Education Course
  3. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  4. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  5. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

For any additional questions please see our comprehensive FAQS tab above.

Home Education Online Course Outline

Module 1: Home Education

Part 1: Home Education

Home schooling refers to the method of educating children outside of conventional school settings. They are usually taught at home by their parents, although this can vary greatly. Technically, any parent who enrolls their child in an outside class (martial arts, diving, or another community-based class) has exercised their right to home educate.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Notifications Required to Home Educate
  • Special Needs Students attending Special Schools
  • Scotland

Part 2: De-registering from school

If a child formerly attended school, they must de-register them to ensure they are excluded from the register. This is the most significant legal provision for students in the UK to be legitimately home trained. To avoid truancy, their name must be deleted from the school registry.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Activity
  • Difficulties De-Registering

Part 3: LEA

Eventually, a person may be contacted by the LEA (Local Education Authority) about their home education program. They have the right to do this in principle (unless they have proof that schooling is not taking place), and they have the right to guide the child's education.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Flexi-schooling

Module 2: Benefits & Negatives of Home Education

Part 1: Benefits of Home Education

Parents home school their children for a variety of purposes, mostly a mixture of factors. Home teaching has many and varying advantages. Numerous international findings suggest that home trained children are more socialized, academically prepared, and innovative problem solvers than their typically schooled peers.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Academics, Learning Style & Flexibility

Part 2: More & Better Family Time

Home education has more time for one-on-one instruction and greater principle mastery than conventional community schooling. Using more efficient instructional strategies frees up time during the school day. Homeschooled students often devote less time successfully doing schoolwork than their regular schooled peers.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Activity
  • Practical Skills

Part 3: Cost Savings and More

Some parents home school their children because they cannot bear the high costs of private schools but want a safer learning option for their kids. Homeschooling can be as cheap or as costly as the parents want. There are no mandatory costs; only what they want to buy is expected. Only freely available tools can be used to create a high-quality curriculum.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Variety of Socialization
  • More Experiences = More Happiness
  • Activity
  • Ability to choose exams
  • Reducing peer pressure
  • Safety
  • Religious Instruction

 Part 4: Negatives of Home Education

Home education often necessitates more time, attention, and effort. There will be moments when it is necessary to do more and times when it is necessary to do less, but it will still take an engaged adult to function. Fortunately, a majority of the time is spent having fun! One of the most rewarding aspects of homeschooling is the time spent chatting, studying, and experimenting together.

Module 3: The Spectrum of Home Education

Part 1: Home Education Spectrum

The word "home education" refers to all methods of teaching children at home. Few home educators fall under only one of these categories. Home educators also mix various approaches and philosophies to provide an education that is tailored to their child's needs.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Traditional or School at Home
  • Interest-Led
  • Classical
  • Unit Study
  • Montessori
  • Charlotte Mason
  • Waldorf
  • Thomas Jefferson or Leadership Education

Part 2: Flexible Education Case Studies

A good home education curriculum should capitalize on the child's strengths while both encouraging and strengthening their shortcomings. It should share the burden of educating and directing rather than relying too heavily on any one faction. It should strike a balance between learning and experience and lead to mastery at whatever stage they choose.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Jones Family
  • The Smiths
  • The Williams Family
  • Flexible or Interest-Led Learning Concerns

Module 4: Learning Styles

Part 1: Learning Styles

Each has a favorite way of learning or understanding new knowledge that they use as their primary mode of learning. Most people learn better because they use a variety of learning styles and are not limited to just one.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Visual / Spatial learning
  • Verbal / Linguistic

Part 2: Aural

Aural or harmonic learners tend to learn new content through the use of sounds and songs. They hear everything about them, and their learning experience is no exception. They often employ vibrations, pitch, tone, rhythm, and timbre to aid in the learning and retention of details.

When studying new content, aural learners can profit from playing a recording of preferred music in the background.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Physical / Kinesthetic
  • Solitary (intrapersonal)
  • Social (interpersonal)

Part 3: Logical / Mathematics

Learners who are logical or mathematical prefer to understand the reasoning behind a new idea. They measure their surroundings, and their learning experience is no exception. They also employ programs and partnerships to aid in the learning and retention of new knowledge. They enjoy quantifying and categorizing objects, as well as making educated guesses about them. They take pleasure in demonstrating the possibilities.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Naturalist
  • Naturally Speaking

Module 5: Materials & Resources

Part 1: Materials & Resources

Parents must find tools and services that fit for them and their child in order to get the best home education experience possible. Some parents recognize the importance of textbooks, workbooks, and worksheets because their children need intensive formal instruction. Others take a more casual approach to the program, using the tools and tools to practice more informally and supplementing as necessary.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Curriculum Set
  • Computer based curriculum

Part 2: Resources

It is important to have a toolkit of tools and materials to use while homeschooling in order to inspire students and keep them engaged in what they are studying. It is not just what they remember, but also how it is explained to them, that will hold the memories alive.

Module 6: Preparing Lessons

Part 1: Preparing for Home Educating

It is important to have a toolkit of tools and materials to use while homeschooling in order to inspire students and keep them engaged in what they are studying. It is not just what they remember, but also how it is explained to them, that will hold the memories alive.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Parts of a Plant or Tree (Science, Reading)

Part 2: Lessons

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Addition & Subtraction to 20 (Maths)
  • Carnivorous Plants (Science, Reading)
  • Punctuation: Sentences (English, Reading, Writing, Grammar)
  • Siphons (Science, Reading)

Part 3: English

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Punctuation: Commas in a list (English, Reading, Grammar)
  • Pizza Fractions (Maths, Art)
  • Punctuation: Apostrophes (English)

Part 4: Science and History

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Producers & Consumers (Science)
  • The Human Circulatory System (Science, Health, Reading)
  • Counties & Cities of United Kingdom (History)
  • Parts of an Electrical Circuit (Science, Lab)

Module 7: Mastery, Testing, Grades & University

Part 1: Mastery

Mastery

When a teacher has to accurately measure the academic success of a class full of students, tests are used. Often, the best way for a teacher to determine which students have learned a concept is to conduct a quiz or exam to compare their understanding to benchmarks.

Part 2: Grades & University

Grades

Grades aren't required in home schooling, either, unless a parent sees them as meeting a particular target for a pupil. Many homeschooling parents would not have grades for most classes and conditions. They may award grades for independent or significant assignments completed primarily without their involvement, or they may award grades for educational engagement.

University

Home educated girls, like their conventional schooled peers, will attend university or college if they so choose. It's important to know that going to university isn't required to get a good-paying, stable career. There are several occupations that can necessitate further training but do not necessitate a university degree.

Module 8: Myths & Questions about Home Education

Part 1: Myths

There are some frightening and downright false theories concerning home schooling that must be debunked.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Is it legal?
  • Do I need to be a teacher?
  • Do I need to know everything (or a lot) to home educate?
  • I am not qualified to teach my child.
  • My child won’t learn the right things.
  • There will be gaps in my child’s education.
  • All home education families are exactly alike.
  • My kids won’t socialize.
  • Kids need school to make friends.
  • Parents only choose to home educate for religious reasons.
  • All kids love traditional school and will miss it.
  • If I pull my kids out of school to home educate, they’ll never be able to go back.
  • What if my child wants to learn something I don’t want to teach?
  • If we home educate, my kids will never get into a good university.
  • Home education is for everyone.
  • Home educating is hard!

Part 2: Questions about Home Education

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Who can home educate?
  • How much does it cost to home educate?
  • Who home educates?
  • Why home educate?
  • What do you do all day?
  • How will I know if my child is learning?
  • How do I know which materials and resources to use?
  • How do I home educate children of different ages?

Module 9: Tips, Suggestions & Advice

Part 1: Tips and suggestions

There are some attributes and qualities that home education families should cultivate in order to ease the transition from formal schooling to home education.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Live in the Real World
  • Decompress
  • Acceptance
  • Trust
  • Patience
  • Resourcefulness

Part 2: Advice

Teach the Kids Together

Having children of varying ages can also make home schooling more manageable at times. As part of their curriculum, older children may, for example, practice spelling words with a younger sibling or check their math work. When working for an infant one-on-one, older children will read to their younger counterparts during the day.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Support
  • Defender of Home Education
  • Doubt & Questions

Part 3: Tips

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Other Tips
  • Set Realistic Goals
  • Example Educational Goals

Module 10: Considering Home Education

Considering Home Education

Don't just think about what home schooling could be beneficial to your family. They may also decide whether home schooling is the best option for them right now.

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon successful completion of this course and achieving a passing score for the assessment, you will be issued with an international continuing education credit (CEU) certificate.

This Certificate is applicable worldwide, which demonstrates your commitment to learning new skills. You can share the certificate with your friends, relatives, co-workers, and potential employers. Also, include it in your resume/CV, professional social media profiles and job applications.

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Units of Study

Module 1: Home Education

  • Home Education
  • De-registering from school
  • LEA

Module 2: Benefits & Negatives of Home Education

  • Benefits of Home Education
  • More & Better Family Time
  • Cost Savings and More
  • Negatives of Home Education

Module 3: The Spectrum of Home Education

  • Home Education Spectrum
  • Flexible Education Case Studies

Module 4: Learning Styles

  • Learning Styles
  • Aural
  • Logical / Mathematics

Module 5: Materials & Resources

  • Materials & Resources
  • Resources

Module 6: Preparing Lessons

  • Preparing for Home Educating
  • Lessons
  • English
  • Science and History

Module 7: Mastery, Testing, Grades & University

  • Mastery
  • Grades & University

Module 8: Myths & Questions about Home Education

  • Myths
  • Questions about Home Education

Module 9: Tips, Suggestions & Advice

  • Tips and suggestions
  • Advice
  • Tips

Module 10: Considering Home Education

  • Considering Home Education
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