Use these questions to guide you in the decision of whether or not to homeschool your child.
Celesta Thiessen led a session at the MACHS (Manitoba Christian Home Schools) Conference, in March 2010. Safety for children and teens who use the internet and other technology is of primary importance to parents. Unfortunately, many parents are unaware of the significant perils of Internet and technology usage. Parents need to stay informed about Internet risks and how to mitigate this danger.
Here is the presentation about Internet safety.
©2010 Celesta Thiessen
There are two leading reasons for choosing to homeschool. Some parents want to make passing their specific beliefs on to their children a part of the schooling process. A second reason why parents consider homeschooling is that their child is not thriving in the public school system. A parent who chooses to homeschool takes on a very important and sometimes daunting responsibility.
The Internet is a beneficial and helpful resource. However, the Internet does have a darker side. It is possible, and necessary, to help children and teens to benefit from the good and useful aspects of the net while avoiding the bad. Read more
Choosing to homeschool a Child is a difficult decision. It is important that homeschooling parents have a support network. Read more
Part of a good solution to the problem of Internet dangers is installing filtering/monitoring software on your computer.
The primary focus of TapClickLearn.com is to highlight the many benefits of the Internet. The Internet is a powerful teaching and learning tool. However, there are also some dangers associated with Internet use. Read more
The Internet is a great tool for teaching and learning. There are many benefits to using the Internet. Obviously, however, not all websites and individuals online are appropriate or fit for our children. Read more
Although there are risks associated with using the Internet, these technology-induced risks can be mitigated. Like any other tool, the Internet can be used for good or for bad. Read more