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Posted: July 2, 2013, 2:20am by Bill Hobbs

Social Concerns Of Homeschooling

Social skills are an area of deep concern when it involves homeschooling. Numerous critics mention that humans should refine their social skills, and a homeschooling atmosphere where social communication is restricted is harmful to the growth and development of a child. Research studies have proved this incorrect.

Child attending a highly competitive school environment tend to lack the confidence to maintain a healthy conversation level. These children showl little real interest in the topic of conversation and have no idea how to communicate with individuals of different age groups, particularly their seniors.
Whereas, children who are taught at home are more conscious of the importance and the necessity of their learning. Homeschooled children for that reason acquire effective communications skills from their parents.

These children are therefore better equipped with the essential tools to encounter the world. The positive support that takes place in the homeschooling atmosphere than the  deserted, embarrassed or neglected feeling found in a regular college setting. This support reinforces their self-esteem and the  children end up much better emotionally balanced and well-rounded as they progress into their adult years.


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