Home-based learning brought our family, primarily, an infinite number of possibilities ranging from adapting to the child’s strengths, weaknesses, interests, projects, progress to his or her needs and so on. Furthermore, the opportunity to offer our child a diverse range of enriching situations such as socialization, activities, different educational approaches, outings for discoveries, projects, etc. The opportunity to learn every day through fun. My daughter would like to add that it made her discover more and allowed her to do more activities
Annie Shirley, Port Cartier
Before homeschooling, our family life was difficult and stressful. We needed to find the right rhythm to re-ignite in our children the passion for learning. They had passion, but few opportunities. We had projects, but again so little time to complete them. Now, life is dynamic, enriching, passionate and there are opportunities.
Homeschooling makes it possible to attain further knowledge without having to wait to change grades!
Additionally, it has given me the chance to teach my autistic son concepts differently and more clearly than taught in school. Knowing that a lot of individuals on the autism spectrum don’t obtain a high school diploma, I think he has a greater chance of achieving this by learning from home.