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Homeschooling Krishna’s Children

Homeschooling Krishna’s Children
Item Code: NAR502
Author: Aruddha Devi Dasi
Publisher: ISKCON
Language: English
Edition: 2012
ISBN: 9789171496669
Pages: 340
Other Details: 7.50 X 5.00 inch
weight of the book: 0.35 kg

Conscientious grhasthas naturally want to provide the very best educational opportunity they can for their children. Options in the realm of children's education, and particularly the social environment in the public school system, are often too compromised for caring parents to confidently or comfortably send their children into them.

A natural and suitable option for conscientious parents to consider when evaluating options regarding their children's primary and secondary education is homeschooling. Some parents feel intimidated by this option because they lack clear guidelines on how and what to teach. They don't want to find themselves experimenting on their own children.

This book, compiled by Aruddha Devi Dasi, provides an enormous treasury to such parents. It tells them how to homeschool their children without sacrificing the quality of their children's academic development, and it maximizes character development, the primary fruit of an effective educational experience. Aruddha Dasi's writing presents a method of homeschooling that is based on Srila Prabhupada's books and his overall instructions for children's education. The book is drawn largely from her own experience with homeschooling, but it can easily be adapted according to individual circumstances.

I have had a lot of experience over the years and throughout the US how Aruddha Dasi, after pioneering homeschooling with her own family, has extended her homeschooling model to scores of others, guiding and supporting them. Inspired and empowered by both her model and her example, many other families have also been successful.

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