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It's homeschooling, not solitary confinement : busting the myths, misconceptions, and misinformation about homeschooling / by Jacqueline K. Wilson.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Zionsville PL - Hussey-Mayfield Memorial j PS 371.042 WILSON (Text) 33946003333114 Parent/Teacher - 1st Floor Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781548967482
  • ISBN: 1548967483
  • Physical Description: 169 pages ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Indianapolis, Indiana : My Point Media, 2017.

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes references (pages 161-169).
Formatted Contents Note:
Why this book? -- About the author -- Getting started -- "Everyone should homeschool" -- "I think you can go to jail for that" -- "Your child will never be socialized!" -- "Only religious or weirdo freaks homeschool" -- "You need a college degree or teaching experience to homeschool" -- "I can't homeschool because I have no idea where to start" -- "I'm not sure if I want to homeschool all the way through high school, so I don't think I should start" -- "Homeschooling is just regular school, but at home in your pajamas" -- "You have to keep your kids inside during school hours or child protective services will visit" -- "It's too expensive to homeschool" -- "Homeschool kids can't play sports" -- "You cannot work or contribute financially to your family if you homeschool" -- "I don't have time for homeschooling" -- "Kids need the structure of a traditional school to be successful" -- "Homeschool kids have a hard time getting accepted into college" -- "It's important for kids to experience real life and they just can't get that from homeschooling" -- "You will never know if your kids have learned anything" -- "I don't have the patience to homeschool" -- "Homeschoolers hate when you ask them questions" -- "Something terrible must have happened to you in school for you to choose homeschooling" -- "I don't have room in my house for a classroom so I can't homeschool" -- "You'll never be able to have a sick day" -- "Homeschool kids rely too much on their parents, so they'll never be independent" -- "Homeschooling is too boring for kids" -- "Your kids will never be able to distinguish between your parent role and your teacher role" -- "You have to listen to what the public school system tells you, so you're better off just sending your kids to regular school" -- "Your kids will never go to prom" -- "Go ahead, homeschool your kid but you won't have any support" -- "You can't homeschool because your child has special needs, is struggling, learns differently" -- "Your kid will miss out on so much not going to regular school" -- "Homeschooling just isn't a proper education" -- Other silly things homeschoolers hear.
Summary, etc.:
Information concerning questions people might have about homeschooling. Includes exercises and tips for planning and organizing different aspects of homeschooling.
Subject: Home schooling.
Education > Parent participation.

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