Principle Approach

New Video Review of Restoring America’s Biblical Foundations

PrincipledMom has provided a unique and fun look into the Restoring America’s Biblical Foundations Study Kit from Pilgrim Institute. Please take a few minutes and see why she recommends the Study Kit. Order your study kit HERE. Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the […]

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Teaching with the Principle Approach in Middle and Upper Elementary

Middle and Upper Elementary As the principles (rudiments) of each subject were taught in the early years, the middle and elementary years provide the opportunity for expanding these ideas, confirming with further documentation. As students are taught the principles of their subjects, they can become more independent, developing the tools for self-learning.   The following […]

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Where to Begin with Teaching and Learning America’s Christian History and the Principle Approach

Teaching and Learning America’s Christian history, government and the Principle Approach to education begins with me.   Why is it important that I learn first? My children and/or students will learn as I learn. The ideas of America’s Christian history and government must first be internalized in my thinking and my life. Then I can […]

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An Individual’s Journey with the Principle Approach, Part V

An Individual’s Journey with the Principle Approach Fifth in a Series Ruth J. Smith PilgrimInstitute.org This is the fifth in a series. To read the earlier sections, check here for Part I, Part II, Part III, and Part IV. Over a period of several years, God had impressed upon our hearts a desire to present […]

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What it Has Meant to Know and Teach America’s Christian History

What it has meant to know and teach America’s Christian History Presented at Pilgrim Institute Annual Conference by a Homeschooling Mother     I went to a parochial school for the first six years of my schooling and then I went to a secular prep school for my remaining years. History always intrigued me, but […]

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