Login/Sign Up




Homeschooling/Individual study is considered to be a better education than public schools.
Education

theonlynooklover
Feb 21, 2012
10 votes
9 debaters
1
1


+ Add Argument

4
Yes, Individual/Homeschooling is better than public schooling.


aarushijain
Feb 28, 2012
1 convinced
Rebuttal
yes...homeschooling is better than public schooling bcz as we need to have expertise in one particular subject or field its better we concentrate on that subject rather than studying those bogus subjects which are not of use and wasting our crutial time on them. At home a child will have proper guidance of their parents. they will nurture their child the best and will also not lead to wastage of child time. it can be utilise more fruitfully.

 
Rizka Nurul Atika
Apr 27, 2012
0 convinced
Rebuttal
I agree with this motion.
Homeschoolng/Individual study is better than Public Schooling.
why?
1. because every children has their own learning method.
if they go to Public School it will be dificult for both teacher and student to adjust teaching method to learning method.
if they do homeschooling it will be easier to teach them according to their learning method.

2. every student have different ability in learning the materials.
In Public School sometimes we find students who fast at learning the materials given and we continue teaching without considering the others who might be don't understand yet.
and sometimes we teach too slow so the fast learning students get bored.
In homeschooling we can teach them according to their ability of learning. wether it fastly or slowly.



 
Rizka Nurul Atika
Apr 27, 2012
0 convinced
Rebuttal
Rebuttal to: calaha717 Show

homeschooling doesn't mean that the teacher is their own parents.
they can invite some private teacher.
and of course they can invite multiple teachers to teach different subjects. not only one teacher.

 
+ Add Argument

4
No, public schooling is far better than individual or homeschooling


calaha717
Feb 23, 2012
0 convinced
Rebuttal
While homeschooling can be an advantage over normal public-schooling as homeschooling is one-on-one, public-schooling is the better option because teachers are trained to teach a specific course. Does your parent know everything about a subject? Chances are, they just know little bits of every topic, meaning everything you learn in a home-school will probably be irrelevant in the future. Since in public schools you have multiple teachers (usually), it you will advance mentally as well as SOCIALLY.

 
debategirlitson
Feb 23, 2012
0 convinced
Rebuttal
Public schooling you can interact with other students, have actual discussions, and learn new ideas of different opinions. At home you cant really socialize, interact, and get the discussions on problems! Do you really want your kid to be anti-social at home?

 
gheghi18
Feb 25, 2012
0 convinced
Rebuttal
You may get more one on one attention, but you loose many social skills and life lessons learned by a normal student. From going to school you learn many skills such as conflict resolution and standing up for yourself that you would otherwise not learn from homeschooling

 
xyze
Mar 02, 2012
0 convinced
Rebuttal
Rebuttal to: aarushijain Show

Your eloquent response demonstrated perfectly why public
education is necessary.

Math? Bogus!
English? Bogus!
A well-rounded education? Bogus!

Education is more than just knowing what you need to know to
survive - It's about nurturing a desire to learn and to
understand the world.

 
Peace Entirety
Nov 09, 2012
0 convinced
Rebuttal
Whilst there are many advantages with homeschooling, I believe it has drawbacks. In a public school you are able to interact and engage with fellow students and have fun whilst doing the work. This will also better prepare you for university.

 


Use these tags to find similiar debates

education futuro historia school BBC britain british children college degree educaciĆ³n education English Evolution Frankie government grades great britain health Homework information kids language learning life money school schools socialism Society student students teach teacher teachers uk university VanCam youth