Around the world, schools in over 100 countries are closed to protect against the spread of coronavirus, affecting the education of nearly 1 billion children. COVID-19 has helped people to see that there are other education options out there that they had never seriously considered before. It allowes people to see flexibility and think outside the box about what schooling means and how it works best for their children. For the lucky ones, homeschooling will take the place of the classroom.
According to wikipedia, homeschooling also known as home education, is the education of children at home or at a variety of places other than school. Home education is usually conducted by a parent, tutor, or an online teacher.
As schools start making preparations to welcome back students amid the corona virus pandemic, a growing number of parents are taking matters into their own hands and are choosing to homeschool instead.
Of course, homeschooling doesn't mean just playing around. Structure and discipline come into play. Structure and discipline come into play. Digital technologies are increasingly being used to deliver lessons to children at home. Today, things look very different. Around the world, schools are using existing platforms from the likes of Microsoft and Google as well as conferencing apps like Zoom to deliver lessons for their pupils.