The pandemic may have taught you a thing or two about homeschooling your children and have thought of the benefits. If you want to know what needs to be done to transition from classroom education to homeschool, get started by following these Filipino YouTube channels for homeschooling in the Philippines.
Coach Nove-Ann Tan provides plenty of helpful information on homeschooling through her ihomeschoolph channel. She features experts on some of her videos, such as the talks about homeschooling legalities, myths about early childhood education, special kids’ needs, the truth about learning style, and parenting in the digital age.
Homeschooling V and Z
Kat Santiago hosts this channel where she shares her family’s homeschooling journey with children V and Z. They have been homeschooling in the Philippines since 2011. You should check out some of the channel’s amazing videos about curriculum choices, lesson planning, materials, activities, and homeschooling tips for working parents.
A homeschooling mom for 17 years, homeschool advocate, and the founder of Homeschoolers of the Philippines, Dr. Donna Pangilinan-Simpao’s channel is a rich source of homeschooling content. She discusses topics like homeschooling isn’t for the rich only, assessing the capacity to homeschool, and Filipino homeschool resources.
Mom in Ponytail
Go to Jenn Ocampo’s page for some guidance and advice when it comes to homeschooling your kids in the Philippines. She has published videos that talk about raising homeschool readers, letting your child pursue their passion with homeschooling, turning reading lessons into bedtime stories, homeschooling when you’re not a teacher, and many more.
First-time homeschooling mom Mich Maglaque tells her family’s homeschool stories in the Philippines. She’s also a work-from-home mom whose experiences might resonate with many working parents who want to go for homeschooling. Her videos include reviews of DepEd-accredited homeschool providers and how she and her family do homeschooling.
It can be hard to decide what’s best for you and your kids. If anything, the pandemic has opened opportunities as well as challenges that help you examine whether homeschooling is best for you and your family or not. Should you be interested to learn more about homeschooling, you can always reach out to support groups for assistance.