Is education a topic worth perfecting? Most parents would definitely say yes as they know how important it is to make learning choices for their children. This is an era where the options are endless and the need for quality is not a lightweight concern. Regardless of where you live, this topic applies.
If you are considering changes or looking into alternative educational options, now is the time to start, especially if you want to do something different in the coming months or years. If your child will not need changes for a few years, then research may be a comfortable place to settle, plan and strategize. If the time is within 6 months or less, do not panic, just focus. Thoughts are probably swarming now and if not Part 2 will cause a wholesome ‘buzz.’
Questions that parent(s) may have are: 1. Will the change or alternative setting fit our lifestyle? Are there costs involved, such as tuition, transportation, or learning equipment such as in the online format where the internet and a computer are required? Will the change require more of the parent’s time or will it require the child to be monitored while parents work? How does the parent know the quality of the new opportunity beforehand? Can a parent and child learner be truly equipped before the change? Providing that there are no major upcoming shifts in the household activity and a thorough view of all pertinent information is viewed, studied and processed per interest, then the transition should be manageable.
For parents who desire a certain class of education whereby the child enjoys a specific design for a specified future direction, Part 2 will go more in depth. The parent in this category may want to have more voice in the contents of what is actually being learned due to giftings and abilities that the child has and it may be necessary for the learner to be on a particular route to achieve this goal. Stay posted as the opportunities are collected.