Monday, January 17, 2005

Homeschooling at MIT

We are parents who also never thought they would be homeschooling. It was a difficult choice we made for one of our children 3 years ago, but it was the best decision we ever made. We still make decisions year-by-year, but we been grateful for the opportunity to see him grow in self confidence, build on his personal strengths, and challenge himself in areas of weakness. Twice exceptional or gifted children with challenges are a particularly well suited to school at home because they can be accelerated in areas of strength, take a wide range of above age level courses online in virtual classroom, use computers with assistive technology programs, and learn at their own pace and in their best mode of learning.

MIT homeschooling

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