Are they ready for it? Can they look under the banner of “science” taught in a classroom and defend their Christian faith with surety? Can you?
Have your students prepared for the dangers of modern psychology and provide them with a framework in which they can study the wonders of the soul, the mind, the brain, and behavior through a Christian worldview, while they are still in high school,
Even if your high schooler is not planning on attending college, I suggest that you review this for their high school studies. It is the only resource available to the home school family that not only addresses issues they will face in the required college course, PSYCH 101, but also addresses what they will face outside the class room, i.e., discussions at the local coffee shop, sunday school classes, or the water cooler at work. -presented in a well-designed text book format with a workbook, quizzes, and answer keys.
Dr. Tim Rice is a home schooling father who holds a Doctorate of Ministry in Family Counseling from Regions University, and has worked 12 years in a secular public behavioral health care center. Aware that his audience are home schoolers, you’ll find that lesson planning is minimal and explanations are abundant. There are 12 chapters that will take you through a semester and will equal ½ credit if you are building a transcript. There are no prerequisites for this course. Please visit Dr. Rice's website for a complete description of this course and the extensive table of contents.
We have had two of our children go on to college and know first hand how valuable this tool would have been! We highly recommend it. Lindley
3/2/2009 -- What do I need to purchase to teach this subject to five (5) homeschoolers?
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