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Old 06.01.2019, 11:15
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Re: Education reinforcement at home

Thanks Sandgrounder for the comment


first, lets agree on the following assumption:
The current school system is not 100% capable to provide education which will qualify the children to cope with life (e.g. future work environment) in future, or to develop a skill set which will help them in life when they become adults.



I didnt mention too many details as it is still in idea phase, but my point (following the TED self learning) is that the parents will provide a complementary framework to optimize the children education. This doesnt mean necessarily that they will perform frontal lectures during whole afternoons and weekends.
Maybe they will initially provide some questions and then let an open discussion among the kids? maybe different forms of games can be involved?
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