Elaine Cooper





Elaine Cooper



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When Children Love to Learn...

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“Who is the learner and what is his or her relationship to knowledge and learning? Is he or she basically good or evil (or both)? Passive or active in learning? Capable of choice, or has life already been determined somehow? Motivated internally or externally? An unmarked slate or having unrealized potential? These questions are answered every day in every classroom, daycare center, or basketball court—answered by the way children are viewed and treated by adults.”
Elaine Cooper, When Children Love to Learn: A Practical Application of Charlotte Mason's Philosophy for Today

“While When Children Love to Learn affirms the value of good and great achievements in a wide variety of fields, this book soundly rejects the view that a child’s ultimate worth lies in either intelligence, material circumstances, what he or she might become through grooming or talent, or anything else except in this remarkable fact—that he or she has been made in the image of a personal and infinite God and is especially confirmed by Jesus: “. . . of such is the kingdom of heaven” (Matt. 19:14).”
Elaine Cooper, When Children Love to Learn: A Practical Application of Charlotte Mason's Philosophy for Today



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