Homeschooling para Estudiantes de Necesidades Especiales


Todos los niños pueden aprender, pero no de la misma manera. Si su niño tiene necesidades especiales, usted encontrará que el sistema escolar no está cumpliendo con sus requisitos académicos particulares. La estructura de clases tradicional significa que el maestro no tiene el tiempo para responder a las necesidades de su hijo o está siendo intimidado por otros niños, la educación en el hogar puede ser capaz de proporcionarles las herramientas que necesitan para tener éxito.
Los padres que se enfrentan a la opción de educación en el hogar a menudo se sienten abrumados; ¿significará educación en el hogar a sus hijos no se les enseña adecuadamente? ¿Van a hacer frente a todo el trabajo extra? Las respuestas podrían sorprenderte. Thomas Armstrong autor de “El mito de la A.D.D. Niño “:” Los niños que están etiquetados TDA son aquellos que no pueden o no quieren soportar la situación (la escuela). Y eso no puede ser tan malo, porque nos dicen esto no está funcionando. Son precursores de lo que necesitamos reformar en nuestras escuelas. Me parece que la educación en el hogar sería hecha a medida para el niño que está teniendo problemas en ese terreno baldío hoja de trabajo y conseguir una palmada con su ADD Label”.

Usted no esta solo

Your child may just need a different learning method and some one-on-one tutoring to unlock their potential. The personalized attention your child will get at homeschool will mean they have the time and space to work things out at their own pace. They can ask questions without the fear of embarrassment and you can take the time to present information in different formats until you find a learning style that works.

Homeschooling is not uncharted territory; there are tons of resources at your fingertips, there are homeschooling coops in your area where you can share ideas and classes with other parents as well as online resources that will help you every step of the way.

How does Homeschooling help?

Homeschooling allows your child to lean at their own pace and in their own way. Your homeschool will provide a safe, non-competitive classroom which caters to your child’s particular needs. Without the meaningless busywork of the classroom, your child can really spend their day productively and will have more time for hobbies and interests.

With homeschooling, you also have the opportunity to teach the important executive skills your child needs to be a successful student. Things like study skills, organizational skills, task prioritization and time management are all important life skills to learn.


Homeschooled kids are can be as social as they like! With homeschool groups in your area, kids can get together to play, can join clubs like the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides and can pursue dance, music, sports and other hobbies.

I’m not good at Math

Many parents are concerned about their own abilities to teach high school subjects that they may not excel at themselves. The good news here is that you don’t have to take on everything yourself. You can work with other homeschooling parents in your area and homeschooling coops to share lessons. You can also get an in-home tutor for subjects that you aren’t familiar with, or for SAT and ACT test preparation. This means your child is getting the very best education in the loving and supportive environment that helps kids with special needs to thrive.