Dialectic: The Art of Asking Good Questions – By Leigh Bortins
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*What do you believe is the purpose for education?
*Does your child have a wide-ranging curiosity about the adult world?
*Do workbook brainteasers train our children to reason well?
*Does your child know how to reason well?
*Do you struggle with knowing where to begin when it comes to asking good questions?
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As you head back to school, remember that an education at home is more than academics; it’s also about teaching character and life skills. The new September/October issue of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine will help you focus on what’s important for your homeschool.
Discover how to make chores a family affair, how to teach responsible financial habits, how to work on your kids’ character (and your own), and how to plan for life after homeschool (those kids will graduate). Plus gain insight into your child’s special needs, learn how to incorporate electives, find tips for planning unit studies, get ideas for teaching math, learn ways to teach business skills, and take advantage of all the resources available at the library. And for those days when you’re wondering why your homeschool doesn’t compare to your friend’s, take Molly Green’s advice to not compare or condemn yourself, but do what’s right for your students.
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