Several did not comprehend that courses did in fact have prerequisites and yes, they had to take them and couldn’t just skip them because they wanted to or claimed to have the Jeff Dunham you laugh I laugh you offend my Washington Redskins kill you shirt moreover I will buy this skills already. Yes, courses are offered at specific times and no, I wasn’t going to change the time of the course because they thought 8:30 classes were stupid. These are also the kids that took up the most time of my office hours, because they didn’t seem to grasp that other students might need help too and it wasn’t just for them. They also had the larger tendency to think they could contact me whenever about whatever- just because they didn’t like my office hours or were used to teachers who are parents and thus around all the time. Though unfortunately in the digital age that has been spreading to all students. Can’t tell you how many kids thought texting me at 11pm was acceptable. Many of these students similarly had difficulty working under pressure, because they were used to an environment where they didn’t have so many deadlines and/or the curriculum was structured entirely around how they preferred to learn or work, or the hours they preferred to keep. Not to say that there are no advantages to home schooling (though I do not believe they compensate for the disadvantages), or that students cannot overcome these issues (many did, but it was a hard, hard adjustment with a lot of disappointments along the way), but you did ask for consequences. These are the largest I noticed as an educator. I see just as many drawbacks for children whose have a stay at home parent and never attend preschool as those who are in daycare for long hours, however. They are more prone to separation anxiety in kindergarten, and social and other anxieties in general. Such children are less independent and uncomfortable around people unlike themselves. I think their verbal skills are also more likely to be delayed. In this life decision you need to think of the well being of the parents and their marriage as well. Having summers off, I know being a stay at home parent is less stressful for the parent. However, me working helps me and my husband understand each other more. I have seen where the issue of a stay at home parent not understanding the working parent lead to divorce. Furthermore, my daughters have told me that they like me working rather than be a room parent at school.
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