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Many parents feel that school homeschool home school should be able to teach advanced topics. You can choose to work on the subject to learn, to study in advance and that their children learn, but do not have to.
There is a difference between teaching and learning, which is trying to do is pick up their children learn. If you are a learner or not is not as important as whether or not to learn.
If most parents do not know how to learn piano, you are hiring someone to do it. I bought a curriculum self-study of physics, which was an Apology for self-study and learning for the calculation was Saxon. Children who receive their instructions in the book or CD, and learn in this way.
He also learned Latin at our school at home. My children and I did not know before using the way of Latin America and English grammar. The children wanted, so he continued his studies in Latin, physics and calculus.
Although I am not Latin, physics and mathematics know, my kids still went to college well prepared in all these issues. One of my sons is an engineer and took physics, calculus and advanced math for fun in college and still entitled A. My son likes the other languages ??so I was well prepared with American studies.
Remember that self-learning is the goal, not learning, but to teach your child with you