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Have Fun. Learn Stuff. Grow.: Homeschooling and the Curriculum of Love Paperback – September 1, 2005
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For readers specifically looking for information about sane attitudes and approaches to math and spelling (and other "school" subjects), there is entertaining reading that is informative and should be mandatory for all parents and teachers. Read this book if you've ever wondered about the power of video games or listened to parents debate their value.
This book will force you to stretch your thinking and expand the context within which you consider your own family's learning endeavors.
Jean Reed, Author, The Home School Source Book, 3rd edition
"The curriculum of love is not about externals. It is about what is essential in each individual human being, and in every child. Its watchwords are communication, inquisitiveness, acceptance, joy, honesty, courage, and curiously, perhaps above all, intimacy.It is about surprises, unveilings, moments of spontaneous recognition, journeys completed and new ones waiting to be undertaken. It is about being at home - in oneself - and going home - to a larger world that awaits us all."
This curriculum of love is not something you can order from a catalog or buy at the local teachers' store. It's different for every family, and even for different children in the same family. It's easy to talk about, but difficult to describe, and it doesn't lend itself to handy subject divisions or lesson plans. It's as easy as simply living and as hard as truly listening. The essays that Albert has collected in Have Fun, Learn Stuff, Grow are a good place to begin to get a taste of it.Read more ›
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This was an easy reading book. Covers some really interesting topics, even though I don't agree with all of their philosophys. Not really that beneficial.Published on June 5, 2013 by PJ
David Albert's perspective of education is always refreshing. As long as you don't compare your situation to his (he and his wife both play a major role in educating their 2... Read morePublished on June 5, 2009 by Beth Phillips
If you are thinking about homeschooling, get this book. If you are already homeschooling, get this book. Read morePublished on April 18, 2009 by Tabby Kat
David Albert does a superb job of inspiring the reader to embrace learning and living fully! His style of curriculum is looser than the homeschooling our family uses, however the... Read morePublished on June 9, 2008 by Kimberly B. Spooner
When I recently decided to take my 12-yr-old out of school, I hit the book stores. I combed the homeschooling sections only to become more and more frustrated. Read morePublished on February 20, 2008 by C. Cox
As if channeled from the highest archangel, David Albert's new book Have Fun. Learn Stuff. Grow offers a fresh, crystal-clear look at the very essence of love and learning, and the... Read morePublished on December 11, 2005 by JB Hunt
One of the most dynamic and prolific homeschooling writers today is David Albert, homeschooling father of two, popular speaker at conferences across the nation, regular columnist... Read morePublished on October 24, 2005 by Helen Hegener