Catholic Education: Homeward Bound : a Useful Guide to Catholic Home Schooling

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Ignatius Press, 1996 - Education - 410 pages
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"Hahn and Hasson provide strong arguments backed with solid documentation to reassure the timid and convince even doubters that the best place to educate their children in a Catholic culture today is at home". Donna Steichen, Author, Ungodly Rage
 

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Contents

Home Education Makes the Grade
13
At Home with Catholic Education
29
Back to the Blackboard
48
Monitoring the Playground
63
Managing Teacher InService Daze
85
Should Homeroom Be a Study Hall?
114
How to Make Home Education a Class Act
121
Principals of Home Education
152
Time Out for Assemblies
240
Test Questions
261
A Vision for Catholic Family Life
293
A Mothers Guide to Character Formation
311
A Mothers Guide to the Faith of Our Fathers
331
OutcomeBased Education
341
Curriculum Suppliers
365
RecordKeeping Forms
371

Eliminating the Bored of Education
163
Adjusting the Learning Curve
189
A School of Choice
205

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About the author (1996)

Kimberly Hahn is the author of Chosen and Cherished: Biblical Wisdom for Your Marriage; Life - Giving Love: Embracing God's Beautiful Design for Marriage; and coauthor, with her husband, Scott Hahn, of Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism. She is the mother of six children and is a frequent conference speaker on topics related to marriage and family life.

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