DSM: Re: Re: Home Schooled Kids


Debbie Athos (naturally@mindspring.com)
Mon, 9 Aug 1999 10:40:07 -0400


I wanted to add one more comment to my earlier reply to the "shy homeschoolers." A friend told me when she had her first child that she was inspired by our children to homeschool her own... Her reason was that our kids were the only kids that she knew who looked you in the eyes when you talked to them!

deb:)
-----Original Message-----
    From: Brad Withers <spungulas@odyssey.net>
    To: discuss-sudbury-model@sudval.org <discuss-sudbury-model@sudval.org>
    Date: Sunday, August 08, 1999 11:18 PM
    Subject: DSM: Re: Home Schooled Kids
    
    
    I am not the originator of the quote below. It was clipped wrong. I merely asked Joe to expand on his opinion of homeschooled kids.
    Brad
    
    Besides, homeschooled kids have always struck me as a little automaton-like. Brad
    -----Original Message-----
        From: 1: 4:9 <wierdo@sudval.org>
        To: discuss-sudbury-model@sudval.org <discuss-sudbury-model@sudval.org>
        Date: Sunday, August 08, 1999 9:14 PM
        Subject: DSM: Home Schooled Kids
        
        
        The experience I have had with kids that are home schooled, is that they are very shy, and they tend not to interact well with others.
        -Sam
        Brad Withers wrote:
         Could you expand on this? >Besides, homeschooled kids have always struck me as a little automaton-like. Brad
            --
        "The Bible tells us that Christ was trained as a carpenter. But in my most recent digs, I've found artifacts that show he was not a very good carpenter."
         -Dave Foley "Kids in the Hall"
          
        



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