Eclectic approach to homeschooling

an approach that means choosing a variety of resources and learning techniques that are not necessarily intended to go together. Many homeschoolers end up being eclectic to some extent as they tailor their choices and methods to suit each of their children. The goal for eclectic homeschoolers is generally to combine the best ideas that work for their family. This might even mean using philosophic opposites such as a very structured grammar program and a discovery approach to science.

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