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“Knowledge is an elixir that immortalizes you and what you create out of it.” This quote aptly explains the gravity of why one must possess sufficient knowledge. The primary source of acquiring knowledge is from the traditional setting of a classroom. Classroom learning has been prevalent since the age of Plato and Aristotle. The basic definition of classroom learning includes the imparting of knowledge from a learned individual to pupils in organized methods. This traditional approach to education is partly resilient and partly constrained. When it comes to instilling discipline into stud


Parents need to weigh their choices in the education of their children. When they study it out they may find that the best education may not always come from what they first assume will be best.


Pupils and students in school today are subject to teachers who are teaching in a regime of relentless change. The teachers are under great pressure to achieve targets and fill in all the tickboxes and paperwork that lies behind it. Teachers have lives too, and when they become overburdened then something has to give.


If you have homeschooled for any amount of time (or even if you've just kicked around the idea of homeschooling in lighthearted conversation), you have had this thought or have been asked this question: "What about socialization?" This is a topic that seems to automatically arise in any discussion about homeschooling.


Whenever you or your child work with a tutor, the question can come to mind: "Is this really working?" There are only a few individuals in the equation who can answer the question, and they are those who are immediately affected by the tutoring. While there is no simple formula to determine whether tutoring was 100% successful


The decision to home school your child can be a difficult one to make. Many parents wonder if it is the right thing to do. Many wonder if their children can get the same "grade" of education if they are homeschooled.