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Formation of character

Society often leaves us disappointed with its tangled, worn-out, and narrow practices in education. We chart a "failing capital" in the product that matters most: the life education and character of our children. At last Charlotte Mason's seminal books are back in print. These writers will give important priorities and guidelines to parents, teachers and schools.

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  • "Formation of character"@en
  • "Parents and children"@en
  • "Curiosity, the pathway to creative learning"@en
  • "Home education"@en
  • "Role of the parent in the education of the child"@en
  • "Philosophy of education"@en
  • "School education"@en
  • "Developing a curriculum"@en
  • "Ourselves"@en
  • "Shaping the child's personality"@en

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  • "Society often leaves us disappointed with its tangled, worn-out, and narrow practices in education. We chart a "failing capital" in the product that matters most: the life education and character of our children. At last Charlotte Mason's seminal books are back in print. These writers will give important priorities and guidelines to parents, teachers and schools."@en
  • "A collection of twenty-six articles that encourage parents to take an active role in their child's education, explaining the benefits of home schooling and the positive impact it can have on a child and family."@en
  • "Nineteenth-century educator Charlotte Mason offers an overview of her philosophies on educating children and outlines the theories and practices her method of home schooling is based on."@en
  • "Charlotte Mason offers home schooling parents case studies and lessons on the importance of character, explaining how children can overcome bad habits and develop the character traits that make them strong, successful, compassionate adults."@en
  • "A collection of essays in which Charlotte Mason explores topics related to the teaching and curriculum of children ages nine to twelve, both at home and in the traditional school setting."@en

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  • "Formation of character"
  • "Formation of character"@en
  • "School education"@en
  • "School education"
  • "A philosophy of education"
  • "A philosophy of education"@en
  • "Parents and children"
  • "Parents and children"@en
  • "Some studies in the formation of character"@en
  • "Some Studies in the Formation of Character"@en
  • "A Philosophy of Education"@en
  • "The original home schooling series"
  • "The original home schooling series"@en