Do you need parenting advice on how to inspire your child to love learning? Whether you homeschool, or send your kids to public or private school, this is essential listening for your situation.
Why? Because schooling has become a disaster. Your child's interests and uniqueness are disregarded, and structured curriculum and standards like Common Core place them on a conveyor belt that treats all children the same. This system crushes a child's curiosity. Your child deserves better!
There is a better way: one that ensures your child sees learning as a joy and provides you, the parent, with a much less stressful way to educate and empower your son or daughter. In this book, Connor Boyack shares the exciting philosophy and empowering day-to-day steps involved in passion-driven education.
A child's curiosity and natural desire to learn are like a tiny flame, easily extinguished unless it's protected and given fuel. This book will help you as a parent both protect that flame of curiosity, and supply it with the fuel necessary to make it burn bright throughout your child's life. Let's ignite our children's natural love of learning!
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Compelling ideas, a little redundant
- Nic Johnson
A lot of info in a small book
I would recommend this book to anyone who already believes in homeschooling or the need for alternate educational options. I might worry that the style of presentation would make someone who disagrees with some of the ideas in the book feel defensive.
I think he has done a good job compiling information and putting it together in a concise way so you can get a lot of it quickly.
If I knew I agreed with the authors ideas I would love to read another of his books. He is able to synthesize a to of research into easy to read short books but I don't know if he is as persuasive as he is passionate and certain of the correctness of his ideas.
Yes there are some things I will be researching now and a few ideas of mine have been changed.
- James or Marie Feinauer