In other pedagogies it can get called developmental milestones or windows of opportunities.
September 25, at Why 20 more minutes? I know that you have MORE kids, but you also have more time. That is a huge reason we homeschooled. Well rounded, educated kids with little effort. Way to be a bit judgmental there.
If you are not a classroom teacher, you have no idea how hard it is to teach everything that needs to be taught in 6 hours. It is entirely different with your own children.
My oldest is in college on a full mathematics scholarship. And he went to gasp public school!
So I know it is successful…. Now see how silly that sounds? The great thing about education today is that there are options for everyone!
Both ways work if parents are involved.
And for what it is worth, I actually agree with the blogger. Most homework in elementary is just busywork. Amanda October 6, at 3: Well — they have 30 kids and only one of them. Of course it is easier to teach one or two children the same amount of material in 2 hours.
I think most teachers would love to have a 1: When you have a 1: April Cook November 20, at 2: The public education system was a complete nightmare for me. I had undiagnosed ADD.
The public education system in our country is very supportive of and practically tailored to left brained thinkers.
There are several wonderful TED videos available on youtube that help perfectly illustrate and confirm that this can be verified historically. She just very firmly believes in her decision to homeschool. And it CAN be done in just a few hours a day.
Along with continual testing for timed reading or math test on a weekly basis. Kids are out of the class so much, band assemblies, social work, speech, OT, PT,pictures, buddy reading gym,music,art other pullouts for this and that. I always say, a parent should sit in a classroom everyday for a week.
Some do show improvement, others lack so much cause they are hardly ever in their class. I have students tell me they are not not able to do this or that because they are not in the classroom very much. I am an assistant in a classroom every day, the entire day. There is no way you can teach 30 kids science, reading, English, social studies, Spanish, physical education, music, art, along with lunch and recess within 2 hours.
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The sensitive period for language is from 7 months in utero up to to 6 years of age. There are several aspects of language from spoken . Before there was Phonics or Whole Language, there was the "Alphabet method," sometimes called "syllabification," where students were taught the letters of the alphabet followed by rote memorization and then combination of simple two-letter syllables, like BA BE BI BO BU and AB EB IB OB UB.
Sensitive Periods in Childhood Development. Montessori theory talks a lot about sensitive periods in childhood development and how the child is guided by inner forces that shape their developmental webkandii.comen pass through sensitive periods for language, movement, order, writing, reading, etc.
The Importance Of Special Needs For Special Students - In a perfect world, full inclusion would be the best approach to the education of children, placing students with disabilities in a regular classroom setting for the entire school day.
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