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Broadly speaking, home educators divide into three major groups: those who are motivated by religious and moral reasons; those who have philosophical or pedagogical reasons; and those who turn to home education because of problems their children experience in school, both academic and social (van Galen & Pitman, 1991; Thomas, 1998).
Even more impressive are the cognitive understandings and skills that are learned informally, including language, basic literacy and numeracy, the beginnings of scientific understanding, a sense of humour, game rules and the beginnings of moral understanding. Apart from language, there has been little interest in the processes through which this learning actually occurs.
Contents: introduction – home education and home schooling · informal learning · children of school age and learning · researching home education and home schooling· home education – adapting formal learning · how do you capture informal learning?