Hands-on learning is a popular choice among homeschoolers. In fact, it sometimes seems that there is no way to offer your child a quality education without dozens of creative projects, science experiments, and unstructured learning activities.
But what if you have a child who doesn’t enjoy or benefit from all those fabulous hands-on learning activities?
Is hands-on learning an absolute “must” for quality homeschooling? Or can hands-off learning be an equally viable option?
Join me as I discuss this topic with a Bright Ideas Press panel via live hangout on Google+.
What are your thoughts? Do you agree that hands-off learning can be an excellent option for some children?