Fitra Journal⼁Muslim Home-schooling in The Digital Age

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By Brooke Benoit (editor) and Reyhana Ismail (designer)Fitra Journal, Paperback, 64 pages

Fitra Journal is an international publication for parents who are seasoned homeschoolers or just curious about this educational option for your children.

Written by Muslim homeschoolers for Muslim homeschoolers, the Fitra Journal uniquely addresses the issues we are most concerned about - striving to provide our children with both an academic as well as Islamic education, raising well-rounded, and deen-centered people.

Issue Two: 'Muslim Homeschooling in The Digital Age' includes how to build healthy boundaries with your children; deschooling explained; guiding Muslim children to responsibly use the internet; and the ins and outs of using technology in home education

About the editorBrooke Benoit is a magazine editor and artist who attended the San Francisco Art Institute and earned a degree in Rhetoric from the University of Alaska Anchorage. When it came time to enrol her children in school, instead Brooke immersed herself in learning the various styles and means to home-school. Brooke currently facilitates her seven children's education (at home) on the southern coast of Morocco.

Fitra Journal⼁Muslim Home-schooling in The Digital Age
Fitra Journal⼁Muslim Home-schooling in The Digital Age
Fitra Journal⼁Muslim Home-schooling in The Digital Age
Fitra Journal⼁Muslim Home-schooling in The Digital Age
Fitra Journal⼁Muslim Home-schooling in The Digital Age
Fitra Journal⼁Muslim Home-schooling in The Digital Age