Why Not Consider Homeschooling for the Long Term?
No doubt the global coronavirus outbreak will leave an indelible imprint on whole societies, institutions, industries, homes, and individuals for many years to come.
Americans from every walk of life have had to do things we conceivably would’ve never considered before. Aside from the mad-dashes to pick up enough toilet paper and hand sanitizer to last into the next decade, in holing up in our homes as we observe government edicts to shelter-in-place, we’ve had to put on many hats lately. While many of us may be okay with donning the chef’s toque, cooking at home because of restaurant closures, we may be a bit more squeamish wearing the teacher’s hat (if he or she were to have one), or commandeering the...
Emily has had a lifelong appreciation for science, teaching, and research. She graduated summa cum laude from California State University, Fresno with a BS degree in molecular biology and a minor in cognitive psychology. As an undergraduate, she conducted summer research in immunology, microbiology, behavioral and cognitive psychology, scanning tunneling microscopy and genetics; she also published research in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, and co-authored a chapter on scanning tunneling microscopy. She is currently completing a Master’s degree in Instructional Design and Technology at University of Cincinnati and a Certificate in Apologetics with the Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. Emily has had the joy of teaching high school chemistry, organic chemistry, physics, anatomy & physiology, and pre-engineering classes over the last thirteen years. As a former Darwinian evolutionist, Emily enjoys stating the case for intellectual agency, considering the arguments posited by the intelligent design movement as much more credible than those proffered by Darwinists.Copyright © 2020 Salvo | www.salvomag.com https://salvomag.com/post/home-works