Tennis is a big business and more hours for your child on the court equates to more money for the coach or academy. However, more hours on the court does not mean that your child will progress faster or even progress at all, and it could even mean that your child regresses.
Thinking about sending your child off to private school? Then you will need to decide which educational philosophy and approach works best for you. What it really comes down to is whether you want to send your child to a school that uses a traditional approach to teaching or one that uses a non-traditional approach.
In the public school world a traditional school is a regular public school and a non-traditional school is a charter school. That's not what I am discussing here with respect to private schools. The concept of a private school as an independent largely self-financing corporate entity does not change.
You and I are going to focus on what is taught in the classroom and how it is taught. The early years Your child's age is a major factor when it comes to choosing an educational approach. For example, if you send him to a Montessori school as a toddler, you are exposing him to a non-traditional approach to education.
It is an excellent approach and highly regarded. Start your child off in a Montessori, Waldorf or Reggio Emilia school and you will lay solid foundations for learning in later life. But visit a traditional private primary school and you will see a quite different approach to early education.
Obvious differences will be the dress code. Uniforms are required at many traditional religious schools. The curricula follow traditional blocks of science, math, language arts and social studies. Add religion if the school is a faith-based private school.
Class sizes will more than likely be small in a typical non-traditional school. The real differences take place in the classroom and in the way the teachers teach. Please understand that I am not being judgmental here.
Merely highlighting differences so that you can be informed and make your school choice decisions accordingly. The non-traditional approaches claim to allow children more flexibility do work on their own and at their own pace. The traditional approaches believe that that everybody should be engaged in the same activity at the same time.
Classes in a traditional school progress from one teacher to another as they advance through the grade levels. Jones is the 1st grade teacher and so on.
In a non-traditional school your child will probably have the same teacher for two or three years. What about educational outcomes? That depends to a large extent on you. Your partnership with the school is critical whether the school is traditional or non-traditional.
You have the responsibility to fill in the missing bits.Traditionally, going to public school has been the normal thing to do. But with all the worries in society these days, homescholling is becoming a more popular option. Here we go over things to consider when thinking about home school or traditional school.
Homeschool vs. Traditional Public/Private School November 8, E very parent wishes to give his child the best education as it opens more opportunities and is a guarantee of careless and happy life. While the educational standards are fairly consistent with public and private schools, homeschooling can be done in any number of ways, ranging from traditional curricula to unlearning, and everything in .
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Parents are disputing whether home school education or a public school education is more beneficial for their child.