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Date:      Mon, 02 Feb 2009 17:17:29 +0100
From:      Peter Ulrich Kruppa <ulrich@pukruppa.net>
To:        Homeschool@streamyx.com, FreeBSD-Questions <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: "Homeschool" sebagai Gaya Hidup?
Message-ID:  <49871C99.8080902@pukruppa.net>
In-Reply-To: <49871C04.5040500@pukruppa.net>
References:  <200902021057.n12AvB8U022812@pp4.tm.net.my> <49871C04.5040500@pukruppa.net>

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Peter Ulrich Kruppa schrieb:
Indeed FreeBSD as an Operating System, coming with a huge software
collection, offers about everything you will need for home 
learning and
teaching - and is completely free.

Since there is a long tradition of Open Source Communities 
supporting
educational purposes, I am convinced everybody on this list is 
willing
to assist you in technical questions about setting up learning 
platforms
like moodle or compiling an office suite like OpenOffice.


Good luck!

Uli.

> 
> Malaysian Homeschool Family schrieb:
>> Assalamualaikum,
>>
>> Sertai kami dalam playgroup Komuniti Malaysia Homeschool
>> Unite, khas buat keluarga "homeschool" dan terbuka kepada
>> keluarga yang berminat untuk menambah ilmu serta kenalan. Anda
>> juga boleh berikan cadangan anda. - Jom klik di sini :
>> http://www.forum.littlekittle.com
>>
>>
>> Segmen Iklan: Only RM 25 for 3 bulan! Segmen direktori niaga
>> buat warga Malaysia! Terbuka kepada WAHM (Work-at-Home-Mum) -
>> Jom klik di sini :
>> http://littlekittle.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6
>>
>> Malaysian Homeschool Family Blog. - Jom klik di sini :
>> http://littlekittle.com/blog/
>>
>> Parents have always been their children's First Teachers.
>>
>> When children reach the age of 7 in most country we are told
>> we need to send them off to Public School for approximately 8
>> hours a day. Why?
>>
>> Parents have taught their children from the day they were
>> born. We teach them to walk, talk, tie their shoes, and so
>> very much more.
>>
>> There is no set age at which a child can begin learning
>> reading, math, history, science, art.
>>
>> Every child learns in their own way.
>>
>>
>> Some children may do just fine learning out of a text book,
>> sitting at a desk for 8 hours. There are certainly many more
>> options that help children learn that would not be considered
>> a normal education.
>>
>> Parents have been teaching their children at home since the
>> beginning of time.
>>
>>
>> Home schooling our children at home is a personal decision for
>> everyone. No one can make the choice for you.
>>
>> What works for one family may not work for another. Children
>> will not all want to study bugs at the same time.
>>
>> They won't all want to know why condensation forms on the
>> windows in the winter, at the same time that little kiddy down
>> the street wants to know the same thing.
>>
>> Parents understand their child better then anyone else does.
>>
>> We understand what makes our child go; hmmm how would this
>> work if I put it on like this instead of the way the
>> directions say.
>>
>> We have always been our children's teachers. Being as a parent
>> and a teacher has always been the way the world works.
>>
>>
>> In todays world it is no different.
>>
>> We choose now to keep our children learning, learning at home
>> with us.
>>
>> As our children's teachers we are always on the lookout for
>> things that we can use to help in their learning.
>>
>>
>> That is where our forum Malaysia Homeschool Unite come in.
>>
>> We offer links to free worksheets on other sites (and more in
>> the near future!). As well as have some that were made for the
>> MHU forums use.
>>
>> We are there when you have questions, and when you want to hit
>> your head on the wall.
>>
>> We offer not just the links but an ear, and a shoulder when
>> they are needed. *Insya-Allah, Amin~*
>>
>>
>> Yours sincerely, Mohd Azhar Zahir Advertising & Marketing 
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