When Children Love to Learn
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They're hallmarks of childhood. The endless "why" questions. The desire to touch and taste everything. The curiosity and the observations. ^It can't be denied--children have an inherent desire to know. Teachers and parents can either encourage this natural inquisitiveness or squelch it. There is joy in the classroom when children learn--not to take a test, not to get a grade, not to compete with each other, and not to please their parents or their teachers--but because they want to know about the world around them ^Both Christian educators and parents will find proven help in creating a positive learning atmosphere through methods pioneered by Charlotte Mason that show how to develop a child's natural love of learning. The professional educators, administrators, and Mason supporters contributing to this volume give useful applications that work in a variety of educational settings, from Christian schools to homeschools. ^A practical follow-up to Crossway's For the Children's Sak
Cooper directs the Child Light Educational Trust in England with Susan Schaeffer Macaulay.