Susan C. Anthony

What's Your Philosophy?

A well-formulated philosophy of education provides the foundation and focus for your teaching. What should you include in a statement of philosophy? How will putting your philosophy into words benefit your children and you as their teacher? This session will provide ideas and resources to get you started toward writing a clear and concise philosophy of education which will guide your day-to-day activities and conserve your time, money and energy!

This is a tremendous class. You have given me information on philosophies that I have been confused about (much needed). You have given me hope! You have validated my feelings and concerns about teaching children. Thanks so much!
—Kathryn C., teacher

Before watching the workshop, you might want to print a copy of the handout.  The video is thirty-eight minutes long. This workshop was prepared for an audience of Christian homeschooling moms and dads.

This is an embedded YouTube video and I can't control what they put at the end. I have complained!

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