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Better Late Than Early A New Approach to Your Child's EducationMoore brings a Than Early PDFEPUB #182 wealth of evidence from a wide variety of sources to indicate that early schooling although promoting perhaps earlier cognitive organization introduces a host of fateful iatrogenic disturbances Our knowledge of maturation development developmental stages and I had never heard of anything like the Integrated Maturity Level before but now that I have it makes perfect sense If a child is not ready physically emotionally or mentally for school even the best teacher in the world won't be able to get the child to really learn Why does society continue to believe that getting kids into school younger and younger will somehow make them smarterThere is nothing better for a young child than to have consistent one on one care with a mother figure And it really impacted me when I read that putting kids in school at too young an age can really hurt their eyesight I was put in school young and I first got glasses at 7 years old I wonder if the two are relatedIt's great that the authors gave specific age appropriate activities to do with your kids to prepare them for school and ease them into their Integrated Maturity Level It's pretty clear to me that the easiest way to have your child's education be individually paced would be to homeschool

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Better Late Than Early A New Approach to Your Child's Education × Ng to live and learning to love let alone learning to learn This is an Better Late PDFEPUBimportant book for parents and for professionals It warns it offers alternatives and it never loses sight of its main focus the health happiness and 'fundamental education' for our children David R Metcalf MD Borrowed from my parents This one was important to them and their decision to homeschool me and my younger siblings So for that I'm gratefulHowever I think the evidence is lacking in this book Jessie Wise flat out contradicts what Moore says about children's eye strain and that's just one problemIf we're talking about putting children into an institutionalized setting public school then yes better late than early But better still neverChildren love to learn when they're young They have memories that would put elephants to shame What it comes down to is this homeschooling is about doing what's best for the child Making rules about when someone can learn to read or do formal math is ultimately not helpful reader · Better Late Than Early A New Approach to Your Child's Education ´ Raymond S. Moore

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Raymond S. Moore ´ Better Late Than Early A New Approach to Your Child's Education mobi Critical developmental periods for the human all support Moore's basic thesis Of what value is the educational process if the very process when prematurely introduced within the unfolding epigenetic filed distorts the developing psychic structure so as to interfere with future education and learni I am new to Dr Moore's thoughts on delayed academics and the that I ponder this I feel that there is truth in it This book gives the why some of the research and the method for teaching ages 0 8 While I have skimmed over his specifics of what each age level needs I do lean towards the thought of teaching formally when the child is emotionally mentally and physically readyWhy oh why do we feel the need in our culture to push children at such a young age They should be free to discover the world in a secure setting using their creativity and imagination during this precious time instead of stuck behind desksI am interested in reading of his books and looking deeply at his research