Differences Between the Home Education and Traditional Education

The traditional education which takes places in private or public schools requires from parents to trust their children’s education to trained and specialized teachers who work with up to 30 children at the same time.

Differences Between the Home Education and Traditional Education

In contrary with traditional education children in home education are taught by their parents or tutor, while the approach in home education is more individual. Thus children in home education get incomparable greater attention. Parents or tutor can immediately tell if the child has problems with understanding of certain subject and can spent more time on explaining that particular subject, while teaching and learning of a subject with which the child does not have any difficulties can proceed much faster than in conventional learning. Thus adjusting teaching and learning to the child’s capabilities is much easier in home learning that in the conventional learning when teacher adjust pace of progress to a larger group of students.

Parents who educate their children at home also do not have to worry if their child is safe, if he/she is well accepted by the peers and if he/she is getting a qualitative education. Quality of both private and public schools greatly varies from school to school, while greatly varies also the quality of teachers regardless to type of the school. Children who are being home educated are generally also more relaxed concerning education, while the home environment allows them to concentrate exclusively on learning in contrary with children who are being educated in private or public school and besides learning also have to deal with adjustment to the new environment as well as with new people.