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There is no knowledge that we can teach in a school setting that will outweigh the importance of knowing how to be happy.
But forcing students to take coding classes may give them yet another piece of feedback that the problem is them, and not the schooling system.
I’m tired but I do love watching these two young children interact. #Siblings
A large majority of homeschooling families still employ a “school at home” approach; activities are highly regimented.
We are part of a system but the system is also reflective of our practice.
Homeschoolers and classroom teachers would do well to think deeply about this.
If you planned by considering the question “I’ve got 5 hours a day with these growing humans. What do they most need?” as opposed to “I’ve got 5 hours a day to cover all the standards. How do I fit it all in?” how would your teaching change? How would learning change as a result?