Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
You may contact the following for homeschool curriculum in the Philippines:
School of Tomorrow -- http://www.sotphil.net/
TMA Homeschool -- http://www.tmahomeschool.org/
2. There are more opportunities to excel academically in homeschooling. Not only that the curriculum can be solid and in-depth but the child is given more chance to comprehend and fully absorb the lessons because the curriculum is built on the purpose of the educators who shaped the homeschooling curriculum for the student to succeed and not just to be graded. If given the right motivation and time, a child can have tremendous motivation to learn independence and thirst for knowledge.
2.1 Homeschooling has the elements fully geared to instruct, inform, incite, and insulate the student from distracting factors which abound in the regular school setting.
3. There is a better chance to boost my child's confidence level and self-image.
4. There is plenty of time for socialization and sports and other co-curricular activities. The child is not limited to the sports the regular school offers but you can choose whatever sports you or your child wants and whenever or wherever you want. There are plenty of sports or extra activities that my child has been involved with which are ballet, soccer, wall climbing, swimming, and golf. Here are some contact numbers for more information:
Ballet Philippines --www.balletphilippines.org
Soccer -- http://www.acci.com.ph/
Wall Climbing-- contact sport shops at Ayala Town Center in Alabang or at the Rockwell Shopping Mall in Makati or other sport centers.
Swimming-- Any country club has swimming lessons.
Golf --Any country club has golf lessons.
Piano Lessons --Cultural Center of the Philippines Music Division Tel. # 632 8321121