Homeschooling, a popular method of education, can strengthen as well as challenge our communities. Ed explores some attitudes to avoid on the parts of homeschool families as well as school administration. In all our work, he urges, we ought to seek to serve rather than to press others to conform to our ideals.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Ed Gish
SERIES: Teachers' Workshops 1996All items in the series:
- Demanding Excellence in Students
- How Can Teachers and Administrators Involve Parents?
- Involving Homeschool Students
- Making a Discipline System Work
- An Overview of the Quality of Mennonite Education
- The Parents' Expectation of the School
- The Role of the Home in Success at School
- Slow Learners
- Standardized Tests
- Striving for Excellence
- The Teacher: An Example of Excellence in Goals and Methods
- Teacher Apprenticing