Up to today, traditional schooling is still the most popular form of education in the country. But with the ongoing pandemic, more and more parents and students are getting an idea of what homeschooling can look like. At a time when traditional schooling setups are starting to share similarities with homeschooling, some parents are now curious about which setup is more conducive to learning. If you are still unsure about which setup you think is best, keep reading and let’s walk through the pros and cons of both.
Pros of Homeschooling
Cons of Homeschooling
Taking your children’s education into your own hands is definitely a challenging task. It’s challenging especially if you are new to it and have recently transitioned your children from traditional schooling. But not to worry, you will soon get the hang of it and there’s tons of homeschooling programs and online community support groups to help homeschooling parents such as ‘Homeschoolers of the Philippines’ and ‘Homeschooling For First Timers’ both of which are accessible via Facebook.
Pros of Traditional Schooling
Cons of Traditional Schooling
If you so choose to send your children to a traditional school, it would be very helpful to do some research on the school before enrolling them. You may schedule a meeting with the school administration so you may ask them all the important questions you need to know. You may even ask for a tour of the campus with your child, so that both of you can get a better sense if the school’s environment would be a good fit or not.
Now you may be wondering about which setup is actually better, homeschooling or traditional schooling? To be honest, both setups have their fair share of pros and cons, but at the end of the day, it all boils down to which setup works best for you and your kids. No matter which setup we choose for our children, we will always be involved in their learning process one way or another. Be it by helping them out with homework, tutoring them for a quiz, or instilling them with our values.
Either way, being a supermom for our children is going to take effort and time. So it’s important that we are ready for the task at hand and still have the time and energy to achieve our personal lakas and ganda goals. With the help of Fortima, we can have strong bodies to help us through the process of educating our children.
Be sure to get all the help you can get, and that includes getting the right vitamins and minerals to help you through the physical and mental challenges of being a supermom. Fortima has the right balance of Vitamin C (500 mg Sodium Ascorbate), Zinc (27.5 mg Zinc Sulfate Monohydrate, equivalent to 10 mg elemental Zinc), and Vitamin E (22 I.U. d-Alpha Tocopheryl Succinate) to help you have a strong body, have healthy skin, and build up a strong immunity against illnesses, keeping you healthy and ready to help your children learn no matter what.
So whichever learning setup we go for, let’s always remember that we parents are our children’s first teachers and our home is their first school. And as parents we can do wonders by teaching our children to be kind, patient, caring, curious, and loving people. And we can do this by leading through the power of our actions and our words. Together we can raise the next generation to be the best versions that they can be.