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Overview Often, families will choose homeschooling because they have children who cannot cope or thrive within traditional educational environments due to special physical or emotional needs. Homeschooling the Challenging Child addresses these special education issues, offering potential and current homeschooling families qualified and expert advice. Experienced homeschool mom and author Christine Field will offer hope and direction for those seeking to offer their children the best educational opportunities available.
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Studio: B&H Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2005
Publisher Broadman And Holman
ISBN 0805430784 ISBN13 9780805430783
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More About Christine M. Field
Christine M. Field and her husband homeschool their four children in the Chicago, Illinois area. Christine is the author of four other books, including Life Skills for Kids. She speaks nationwide, writes columns for Homeschool Digest and Open Arms magazines, and has contributed to such publications as Hearts at Home, Focus on the Family Magazine and Single Parent Family. Christine has appeared in the media on Family News in Focus, on Moody Broadcasting Network, on USA Radio Network, on the Home Education Network, and on "Family Life Today" with Dennis Rainey. Readers can visit her website at www.HomeFieldAdvantage.org.
Reviews - What do customers think about Homeschooling the Challenging Child: A Practical Guide?
Christian Perspective Pervasive Throughout Apr 20, 2006
I would not have bought this book if I knew that Christine Field is so incredibly religious. I specifically looked around the internet to find out if the book was written from a Christian perspective, couldn't find a word mentioning God or Christianity, and I thought I was buying a book written objectively. Boy am I sorry I'm stuck trudging through the God this and God that sections to get to anything worth reading. This might be a great book for someone who leans on God for inspiration. It's not the book for me, and I probably won't have the stomach to finish it.
Tips for managing a successful home education program May 8, 2005
Former trial lawyer turned homeschool mother Christine M. Field presents Homeschooling the Challenging Child: A Practical Guide, written especially for parents who turn to homeschooling because their children cannot thrive in a traditional educational environment due to special, physical, or emotional needs. Chapters address how to deal with issues stemming from various learning disabilities, attention disorders, personality clashes, learning styles, discipline problems, managing stress and discouragement, how to plan a program, the importance of keeping in mind the tenets of God's love and forgiveness, and much more. Hands-on tips for managing a successful home education program, as well as how to obtain professional help from support groups and other such resources round out this superb guide for home schoolers or would-be home-schoolers of all persuasions - not just those whose child faces special obstacles.
Wish I could give this book 10 stars !!! Mar 8, 2005
I am a homeschooling mom to a bipolar child. While the author homeschools her ADHD child, I still found the information useful. Includes a nice overview of learning disablities with a checklist of symptoms for each. There are also well-organized chapters on discpline, different learning styles, and up-to-date resources in the back of the book. One of my favorite quotes from the book is regarding discpline, "We don't have to make our children feel bad to make them act good."