Don’t Leave Psychology out of the Homeschool Curriculum Year after year, psychology is one of the top college majors and many Christian students pursue careers in counseling or social work. But whatever their major or career choice,
My Fun Science: An Interview with Dr. Rice When you think of STEM classes, you probably don’t think of psychology. Dr. Rice thinks you should. For our teacher spotlight this month, Tim Rice, D. Min., LPC. answered our questions about
Distinctively Christian Introductory Psychology Textbooks for Christian High School students. Psychology: A Christian Perspective and Homeschool Psych 2nd Edition are more alike than different. Both offer a comprehensive CLEP test level overview of Psychology appropriate for high school students — challenging, but understandable,
If you, or someone you know, is going to take psychology in 2018, now it the time to buy your curriculum. I’m offering a ‘buy Homeschool Psych, get the Student Workbook free’ sale. The
Twenty-eight years ago, I was a homeschool skeptic. Twenty-eight years ago, when my wife suggested that we homeschool, I suspected it was a fad or a phase. My wife took some push-back from friends and family. I pushed back too. But
Your child is probably going to take a psychology class in college. Most do, these days. You can let a professor at State U. introduce them to psychology. But that might be a problem. Get ahead of the problem and
I love seeing Homeschool Psych in the Christian Book Distributors (CBD) catalog. They’re having a sale. You can also purchase my curriculum from my friends at Rainbow Resource Center. The first retailer to offer my products was R. O. C.
Since 2007, through his textbooks and live classes, Dr. Tim Rice has introduced thousands of Christian students to the study of the human mind and prepared them for psychology class in college. Read what people are saying about his work.
Approaching psychology from a Christian worldview perspective requires that we must accomplish several tasks. #1 We need to have an expansive definition of psychology. #2 We need to understand the major worldview beliefs from psychology’s major theories and schools-of-thought. #3 We need to understand what the Christian worldview has...
Parent Version 1. Psychology 101 is required at today’s colleges and universities. Psychology’s major theories are, at the worldview level, wholly inconsistent with a Christian worldview. Students need to understand why. 2. Many Christian students go on to helping careers