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About "Homeschooling Methods"
This extensive new release from the editors of "The Old Schoolhouse*" maganziine details today's most viable education models, helping parents formulate an educational game plan and choose teaching methodologies.
Meet the Authors
Dr. Ruth Beechick has been a teacher, professor, and curriculum developer. She has written numerous books on education and curriculum, including some on "creation history" to accompany today's books on creation science. Two previous books on the early history of the world are "Adam and His Kin" and "Genesis: Finding Our Roots."
Clay Clarkson is executive director of Whole Heart Ministries, an outreach dedicated to restoring a biblical pattern of parenting and family life. Clay speaks frequently on the topic of discipline and other parenting issues. He holds an M.Div. from Denver Seminary and has served on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ and in lay ministries and adult ministries both in the U.S. and overseas. He is the author of "Educating the WholeHearted Child" and "Our 24 Family Ways." He and his wife, Sally, live in the Nashville area with their four children, ages seven to eighteen.
Sally Clarkson has worked in vocational ministry for almost thirty years, serving with Campus Crusade for Christ, as well as with women's and singles ministries in the U.S. and overseas. Sally and her husband, Clay, are the cofounders of Whole Heart Ministries, an outreach that encourages and equips Christian parents. She is a widely known speaker and has written "Seasons of a Mother's Heart" and "Educating the WholeHearted Child" (with Clay Clarkson). The Clarksons live with their four children near Nashville, Tennessee. "ý"
Christine Field is senior correspondent and Resource Room columnist for The Old Schoolhouse Magazine and the author of several books including the B&H title Homeschooling the Challenging Child. A
Diana Waring is one of the most respected historians in the Christian education field today. In this great new series, Waring captures students' attention and helps to facilitate an appreciation for history and cultivates a desire for lifelong learning.