Home Education Guide

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Grade Level: Adult
Author: Hewitt Staff
Publisher: Hewitt Homeschooling Resources
Publish Date: 2000, Fourth Edition
Binding: 3-Ring Binder
Dimensions: 7 by 9 inches
Number of Pages: 340
Item ID: 1023 P2E  ISBN: 978-1-57896-083-5
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If you want easy-to-read, user-friendly instructions on how to have a home school rather than just school at home, this is the book for you. The sections are divided by tabs: Introduction, Philosophy, Preparation, Special Concerns, Teaching Strategies, Subjects, Assessment, and Learning Objectives. Once you've clarified and solidified your reasons for and goals in home education, you can move on to preparing and working out the methods which will best suit you and your child(ren). "Teaching Strategies" can help you with this with a sample unit study, a special section on teaching thinking skills, and a page of ways to say "You Can do Better" and "Good for You!" "Special Concerns," with its suggestions and a list of resources, deals with learning challenges such as students who have handicaps and those whose gifts include ease of learning.

Because education is so much more than "readin', writin', and ‘rithmetic," we've included ways to develop character and practical skills along with the academics you must teach. The "Assessment" division will help you know how to assess and evaluate not only your educational process, but the progress of your pupils. The Learning Objectives are available separately (see Related Items below).


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