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Parents Are Not Easily Adapting to The Role of a Teacher or a Teacher's Aid

Posted By: Jacqueline Zaleski Mackenzie on August 14, 2020
 
Parent's expect today's children or youth to be gone to school most of each weekday. Those parents do not see themselves as teachers or a teacher's aid. "It Is Not the Strongest nor the Smartest of the Species that Survives But the Most Adaptable."

Parents need to adapt.

The majority of domestic tasks, values, ethics, morals, behaviors, speech, and words related to objects or ideas come mostly from the child's mother.
Why then are so few mothers willing to homeschool her children?
Why do women feel that they are not as capable of teaching as an educated, experienced, certified teacher?
The answers to both of those questions are based on various circumstances related to the lifestyle, income sources, heritage, culture, geographic location, and more. What decision your family makes has to be adapted so that any new roles are fair, equally distributed, and useful. They must also be the best possible outcome for the children, given various circumstances.
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 Parents Are Not Easily Adapting to The Role of a Teacher or a Teacher's Aid by Jacqueline Zaleski Mackenzie on August 14, 2020
     
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