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HOME SCHOOLER VS. HOME SCHOLAR Let’s just be honest. If your children don’t get a Scholar Phase, they don’t get a great education. You settle for something less. Something… more mediocre. They were meant for something better. They need a Scholar Phase. MISSION MATCH Scholar Phase primes them for their mission in life. It prepares them to share their unique gifts and their HOME SCHOOLER VS. HOME SCHOLAR Let’s just be honest. If your children don’t get a Scholar Phase, they don’t get a great education. You settle for something less. Something… more mediocre. They were meant for something better. They need a Scholar Phase. MISSION MATCH Scholar Phase primes them for their mission in life. It prepares them to share their unique gifts and their true self with the world. It matches them with their greatest life purpose. EQUIP-MEANT This is the education of heroes. Such an education equips our youth for the greatness they were meant to bring to the world. Doing what they were born to do. Improving the world in ways only they can. It’s time for them to find their greatness, and prepare to take it to the world. Help them get… THE EDUCATION TO MATCH THEIR MISSION


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HOME SCHOOLER VS. HOME SCHOLAR Let’s just be honest. If your children don’t get a Scholar Phase, they don’t get a great education. You settle for something less. Something… more mediocre. They were meant for something better. They need a Scholar Phase. MISSION MATCH Scholar Phase primes them for their mission in life. It prepares them to share their unique gifts and their HOME SCHOOLER VS. HOME SCHOLAR Let’s just be honest. If your children don’t get a Scholar Phase, they don’t get a great education. You settle for something less. Something… more mediocre. They were meant for something better. They need a Scholar Phase. MISSION MATCH Scholar Phase primes them for their mission in life. It prepares them to share their unique gifts and their true self with the world. It matches them with their greatest life purpose. EQUIP-MEANT This is the education of heroes. Such an education equips our youth for the greatness they were meant to bring to the world. Doing what they were born to do. Improving the world in ways only they can. It’s time for them to find their greatness, and prepare to take it to the world. Help them get… THE EDUCATION TO MATCH THEIR MISSION

30 review for Hero Education

  1. 4 out of 5

    LaRae

    This book is so inspiring! I feel reenergized as we start Scholar Phase for my second child. Everyone who cares about the education of their children should read it.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Leiloni Schulz

    I have been reading books about edcucation for years, and none has truly opened my eyes to today's education more than this one. I was highlighting quotes, writing notes, and telling my husband about the epiphanies that this book created for me. I would recommend reading Thomas Jefferson Education (by the same author) first, but Hero Education is helping me to become a better teacher to my children, as well as encouraging me through my own learning. I have been reading books about edcucation for years, and none has truly opened my eyes to today's education more than this one. I was highlighting quotes, writing notes, and telling my husband about the epiphanies that this book created for me. I would recommend reading Thomas Jefferson Education (by the same author) first, but Hero Education is helping me to become a better teacher to my children, as well as encouraging me through my own learning.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christy Peterson

    Every child needs an education to match his/her mission. Every child has genius and needs a mentor to bring it out. This can happen with leadership education- where one learns how to think, and not what to think. I’m pretty well versed in TJEd, so I was doubtful this would have anything new for me. What I’ve needed was re-inspiration, reassurances and reminders. This book helped me with just that. There are three sections. The first sets the foundation. It reminds us what a scholar phase is and Every child needs an education to match his/her mission. Every child has genius and needs a mentor to bring it out. This can happen with leadership education- where one learns how to think, and not what to think. I’m pretty well versed in TJEd, so I was doubtful this would have anything new for me. What I’ve needed was re-inspiration, reassurances and reminders. This book helped me with just that. There are three sections. The first sets the foundation. It reminds us what a scholar phase is and the 9 skills needed for a successful one. DeMille explains what methods are used in the Ivy League schools, why they work and why we should be doing them. There is a short list of the favorite classic books of the billionaires of the world, and what the message of that book is. That was new and interesting. The second section is a suggested guide on how to do a scholar phase, or hero education, broken down into 5 years. It has book lists and even a suggested schedule for a small group class to run a total of 20 weeks in two semesters (my word, not theirs). A method of memorization is shared to fill in the gaps. If everything rolls out as suggested, the first year will have 800 hours of study, second 1,800, third 3,000, fourth 4,600 and fifth 6,200. Part three is about the impact on society. DeMille points out the fundamentally flawed multiple choice test, and how it reenforces the need for experts to tell you what to think. The real answer to those questions is, “it depends.” The ideal test is one of oral and essay questions, where how to think is measured. He reminds us of what Virgil said about how Rome was declining, and how to get it back on track, and how he was ignored. DeMille ends with his pep talk about making a difference in today’s education model and taking action. This is the third book in their Leadership Education Library, not the one to start with.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ethan Chappell

    Truly a book on how to get a great education. DeMille gives you the 9 skills you need to get a great education and discusses it thoughout the book. He also goes into depth on the phases of learning: Scholar phase (the high school years where you do intense reading and discussion), depth phase (College years where you delve deeper into topics and subjects that you don't know too much about), and mission phase (Post-college where you go out into the world and find your purpose in life). The main p Truly a book on how to get a great education. DeMille gives you the 9 skills you need to get a great education and discusses it thoughout the book. He also goes into depth on the phases of learning: Scholar phase (the high school years where you do intense reading and discussion), depth phase (College years where you delve deeper into topics and subjects that you don't know too much about), and mission phase (Post-college where you go out into the world and find your purpose in life). The main point, as in all of his books, is to read and discuss intensely; but this book shows you actually how to approach it depending on what level of scholar phase you are on. In the middle of the book DeMille gives a list of 400 books that he suggests as a starting point for your scholar phase which I think is great! It's a pretty good book but I think I'll get more out of it in a year once I have a lot of intense reading under my belt.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Parent

    A bit redundant for me—said the same thing in similar ways. It could be more streamlined in the writing, BUT, his thinking and epiphanies in other ways are ingenious. I love his book lists! I love how simple he believes education can be. I love that he emphasizes that there are many ways for a parent to educate their child. He just encourages parents to conscientiously make educational choices according to individual learning styles of children while still heavily encouraging parents to understa A bit redundant for me—said the same thing in similar ways. It could be more streamlined in the writing, BUT, his thinking and epiphanies in other ways are ingenious. I love his book lists! I love how simple he believes education can be. I love that he emphasizes that there are many ways for a parent to educate their child. He just encourages parents to conscientiously make educational choices according to individual learning styles of children while still heavily encouraging parents to understand the importance of the discussion method over the lecture method. Fascinating conversation about educational testing for children, particularly multiple choice testing.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Pricilla Dickinson

    Scholar phase in its simplicity-5000 hours of reading and discussing books. I'm sure everyone's scholar phase looks differently but this is the basic principle of this book. I have one scholar well on his way to this and he loves it. This philosophy works! Scholar phase in its simplicity-5000 hours of reading and discussing books. I'm sure everyone's scholar phase looks differently but this is the basic principle of this book. I have one scholar well on his way to this and he loves it. This philosophy works!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Holli

    Excellent book helping your kids (and yourself) get an excellent scholar phase education! Great ideas I’m looking forward to implementing with my scholars.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Savannah

    Fantastic breakdown of what makes a great Scholar Phase. Such a needed book!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    So grateful for this book. It is helpful and inspiring.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Moss

    Quite possibly my favorite TJED book yet!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Great book to help understand Scholar phase for youth.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kristen Vogel

    Truly a must read for parents! Or even those interested in education. It is a great start to helping to lead your children to their life calling.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Esther May

    I really enjoyed this book. The classic book lists included are really fun as well.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Michele

    Good reminders of the power of a good book and discussion!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Janell Howard

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

  17. 5 out of 5

    Abby

  18. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

  19. 4 out of 5

    Heather

  20. 4 out of 5

    Stacy

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shauna

  22. 4 out of 5

    Heather

  23. 5 out of 5

    Emily

  24. 5 out of 5

    esther

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Dickinson

  26. 5 out of 5

    Penny

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jasper

  28. 4 out of 5

    Maryam Qadri

  29. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ava

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