Christian Homeschooling: Foundation & Practice

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Mark Beuligmann
Christian Liberty Press, 2001 - Education - 121 pages
Whether you are just considering homeschooling or have been teaching for years, this guide contains a wealth of practical information on the foundation, fundamentals, and form of Christian homeschool education. Topics discussed include understanding Christian education, parental rights and responsibilities, accountability and structure, teaching several children, using textbooks effectively, teaching art and music at home, and more.
 

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Contents

What is Christian Education?
3
Understanding Education
23
How Should a Child Be Trained?
35
The Fundamentals of Christian Homeschooling
49
The Centrality of the Christian Home in Education
51
Parental Rights and Responsibilities
55
Worship in the Home
59
Discipline
71
Helping Children Learn Better
83
The Form of Christian Homeschooling
91
The Character of Your Classroom
93
Teaching Several Children
99
Getting Everything Done
107
Using Textbooks Effectively
115
Teaching Art and Music at Home
117
Never Lose Faith in Your Child
119

Accountability and Structure
75

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