Advantages of Worldschooling

Advantages of Worldschooling

We have been worldschooling for almost three years now and are in love with it. We can have also the freedom to adjust, change, upgrade, downgrade – this is the beauty of WORLDSCHOOLING! Within a year we already new what was working for us and what was not. We are constantly learning about our and kids’ needs and adjust accordingly.

We love sharing about worldschooling with other people as curious families have lots of questions about it. So here are the advantages of wordschooling:

  1. Cultural Immersion: Worldschooling allows children to experience different cultures firsthand, fostering a deep understanding and appreciation for global diversity.
  2. Real-World Learning: Learning occurs through real-world experiences, providing practical knowledge that is often more memorable and applicable than traditional classroom learning.
  3. Flexibility and Personalization: Worldschooling allows for a flexible and personalized curriculum tailored to each child’s interests, strengths, and learning style.
  4. Language Acquisition: Exposure to different languages in their natural context can facilitate language acquisition and fluency.
  5. Global Perspective: Worldschooling encourages a global perspective, helping children develop a broader understanding of international issues, geography, and interconnectedness.
  6. Adaptability: Traveling to different locations exposes children to various environments, fostering adaptability, resilience, and problem-solving skills.
  7. Rich Social Interactions: Worldschooling often involves meeting people from diverse backgrounds, providing opportunities for rich social interactions and the development of strong interpersonal skills.
  8. Enhanced Creativity: Experiencing different cultures, landscapes, and ways of life can stimulate creativity and open-mindedness.
  9. Parental Involvement: Worldschooling often requires strong parental involvement, allowing for a closer relationship between parents and children in the learning process.
  10. Holistic Education: Learning extends beyond traditional subjects to include life skills, emotional intelligence, and a well-rounded education that integrates academic, social, and practical knowledge.

We consider challenges as new opportunities and we embrace them and deal with them on a daily basis. Worldschooling has been nothing short of amazing and full of these kind of challenges that taught us a great deal about environments that surround us, countries that we visit, people that we meet, but most importantly worldschooling taught us about us, our relationships and we have a deeper gratitude about the time spent together as a family. We are forever grateful!

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