Homeschooling: A Parents Guide to Teaching Children
Citadel Press, 1997 - 215 lappuses
Homeschooling not only describes what homeschooling is all about, it helps parents decide whether this choice fits their family lifestyle. This book covers virtually every aspect of homeschooling: why parents choose homeschooling, devising and implementing a personal philosophy of education, what to teach and how to teach it, handling the need for socialization, dealing with the bureaucratic system, and much more. Even if parents can't homeschool full-time, they will find that Homeschooling offers useful, practical information on how to educate their children at home part-time. If there ever was a liberation movement in America, this is it.
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Devising Your Own Philosophy of Education
Choosing a Curriculum
Homeschooling and Spiritual Values
Homeschoolers and College
Bureaucrats and Legislators
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