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HomeWorks Quarterly
Volume 4 Issue 1
COVER STORY:
Essential ingredients of a Muslim education
SOME OTHER ARTICLES:
Curriculum: A corrupt part of a corrupt whole
First-aid solutions
Earning a Living
How science is taught; how it should be taught
Learning languages - setting our prioritiesl


Essential ingredients of a Muslim education
By Atiyya Ahmed
Wondering how to plan your children's education? Overwhelmed by the myriad of choices out there? Here is a blueprint spelling out the priorities in Muslim education.
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EXCERPTS FROM OTHER ARTICLES

Curriculum: A corrupt part of a corrupt whole
By Umm Musa
What is wrong with the very foundation of conventional education? What is amiss with our curricula?
First-aid solutions
By Homeworks team
Practical tips and handy hints on curricula for a more fulfilling homeschooling experience.
Earning a Living
By Jawad Abdul Mateen
“How will boys earn if they don’t go to school or college?” With years of off-the-beaten-track experience and accomplishment, the author dispels this common fear, sharing real life cases of success and failure in earning a living.
How science is taught; how it should be taught
By Amana Raquib
We study science throughout our academic careers; then we teach our children the same. Here's an eye-opener on the fundamental flaws in the way science is developed and taught.
Learning languages - setting our prioritiesl
By Klaudia Khan
The complicated and important issue of which languages to learn and why, is tackled here in a clear way.





QUESTION TIME
FAQ: How much time during the day does it take to homeschool?
PERSPECTIVES
Article: An educational psychologist's take on school curricula.
SOCIAL SPOT
Event: Make your own - first in a series of classes to promote homemade products
HOMEWORKS SEMI-ANNUAL
Fall/Winter 14: Arabic: Why & How. Learning the language of our faith.