Teach Your Child “How To Think” With Mentors

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Teach Your Child "How To Think" With MentorsTeach Your Child “How To Think” With Mentors,
by Kerry Beck

  • Independent Studies and learning “how to think” are goals of Leadership Education.  Both are accomplished through classics and mentoring.  Learn how to mentor your children with classics and real life.  Discover how to teach your children to think for themselves while studying & discussing the classics.


Jill Pike’s Favorite IEW Audio Workshops

A collection of my favorite talks from Andrew Pudewa that gave me the tools to become a homeschool super hero, so they can too! (9 mp3 audio downloads, a $27 value)

Institute for Excellence in Writing - Andrew PudewaThe talks are:

  • The Four Language Arts
  • Fairy Tales and the Moral Imagination
  • Teaching Boys
  • Freedomship Education
  • Humor & Other Motivators in Teaching
  • Mastery Learning
  • Nurturing Competent Communicators
  • Reaching the Reluctant Writer
  • Dictation and Narration

How to Homeschool my Child

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4 thoughts on “Teach Your Child “How To Think” With Mentors”

  1. I’m really enjoying the Homeschool Super Heroes interviews. I find them so encouraging, and full of information which helps so much.

  2. Thank you for putting together all of these sessions. This is my first year homeschooling, so it has been great to et advice and tips from the experts who have been doing this for awhile. I am really excited to try some of the ideas out with my own kids. And thank you for the links in reply to my comment yesterday. I have used some of the ideas from your site already and I will definitely check out Stef’s as well.

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