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Fritz Hinrichs

Fritz Hinrichs


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Fritz Hinrichs, a graduate of St. John's College in Annapolis, MD, and Westminster Seminary, owns Escondido Tutorial Service. He resides in Escondido, CA and is the proud uncle of five nieces and five nephews. His website is www.gbt.org.


Homeschooling Articles by Fritz Hinrichs

Great Books Show Why Ideas Matter A truly successful education will give a childd the understanding that ideas do matter.

List of Great Idea Books Amazing classics highly recommended for any student wishing to research influential ideas.

Introduction to Classical Education Fritz Hinrichs outlines "What is Classical Education?" and tells us what makes Great Books great.

Classical Colleges Fritz Hinrichs gives us a list of colleges for the classically-minded student.

Keeping Science in Perspective Fritz Hinrichs thinks learning the history of science is important, because it teaches us that scientists make mistakes, too.

Escape the World of 1997! Great books can transport us to other cultures.

The Art of Oration Fritz talks about the Art of Oration & the development of wise government.

The Future of Classical Education How technology is bringing classical education back to the home.

Classical Theology Theology the Classical way.

Preparing Your Child for a "Great Books" Education Getting ready for a "Great Books" education is not a job for the spineless!

So You Want To Be An Online Educator? Fritz Hinrichs explains how to become an online educator.

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