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Re: Better Schooling (Home Schooling Stories)
« Reply #45 on: July 08, 2014, 05:13:43 pm »

Tips for single-parent homeschooling - Simple Homeschool - LaToya Edwards
I spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to finish school and provide for us but I never let go of the dream of homeschooling.

Seventh Grade Homeschooling: Here Is The Real Deal - The Parenting Passageway - Carrie

The Best Academic Curriculum for Homeschooling an Asperger's Child - My Aspergers Child - Mark Hutten, M.A.

Homeschooling Methods - My Blog - Twer44

Homeschooling - CRAZY FOR KIDS - Ann

What I have learned in 15 years of homeschooling - Why Homeschool - Janine Cate   

Guidelines To Make Your Kids Geniuses Through Homeschooling
Homeschooling is not as challenging as some consider it is, and it is anything you can deal with if you learn what you require [for] it.

H is for Homeschooling - Sam's Noggin - Sam   

Thinking of Homeschooling? - Christian Assembly Church - dub

Some Solid Tips About Homeschooling Here
 - Successful Parenting Today

Carnival of Homeschooling - The Foodie Army Wife - Constance Smith   

Carnival of Homeschooling - Joanne Jacobs - Joanne

When Reactionary Anarchism Meets Homeschooling - Patrol - David Sessions   

Homeschooling for Aspies - Wrong Planet Asperger - Autism Forums   

Six Reasons Why You Might Want to Consider Homeschooling - Club 31 Women - Lisa
Virginia Homeschooling Laws - no oversite whatsoever? - Project Reason - Jefe
Powell was taught at home, his parents using a religious exemption that allows families to entirely opt out of public education, a Virginia law ...

Solid Tips For Your Personal Best Homeschooling Experience   
Home-schooling Parents Rally Against Common Core - BCNN1 - Black Christian News

Year-round Homeschooling : Don't you need a break? - Little Natural Cottage - Kristy
“Year-round” homeschooling isn't actually doing school work twelve months out of the year. We do take breaks! We just don't follow a traditional ...

Homeschooling Dads Make a Difference! - The Phoenix Foundation - Diana Stinn

Carnival of Homeschooling - Joanne Jacobs

Protecting Christian homeschooling's reputation vs. - Elizabeth Esther

Homeschooling on the Road - Schoolhouse Review Crew - TOS Marcy
One of the many benefits to homeschooling is flexibility. Even so, sometimes life can be tricky, and you may be on the 'road' more than you intended.

Christian Homeschooling Families Lead Fight Against 'Common Core' - Black Christian News
As states across the country grapple with the controversial 'Common Core' educational guidelines ...

Awesome Homeschooling Video! - Jamie Jo   

Homeschooling in the Headlines - The Inappropriate Homeschooler

Homeschooling: We can't allow predators to hide behind us. - A Little Crunchy - Kimberly Storms
That that is not our personal community, we are homeschooling to do better than that, and yet it seems we are failing to police our own.

10 Things I Never Expected When I Started Homeschooling - - Kerry
Homeschool graduate Tia shares the ten things that most surprised her about homeschooling! Click through the slides below ...

This Week's Homeschooling Theme: Independence Day {Link Party!} - Real Food Family - Traditional Food & Natural Living - Roz
A week of fun school at home ideas for the Fourth of July, plus a Blogger Link Party.

Homeschooling with Autism - Natural Homeschooling - Teri
As I have mentioned before in previous posts, my oldest child has autism. He was diagnosed at the age of three and he is now seven.

Walking in Faith Homeschooling - Schoolhouse Review Crew - TOS Marcy

Haymaking and Homeschooling - Little Flower Farm - Mr.and Mrs. Farmer

A Homeschooling How We Roll - Catholic All Year - Kendra Tierney
I'm over at California to Korea today, where my friend Micaela interviewed me about my homeschooling style as part of her How I Homeschool series.


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Re: Better Schooling (Unschooling Stories)
« Reply #46 on: July 08, 2014, 05:22:15 pm »


Interviewing Sophie, an Unschooling Teenager - Stories of an Unschooling Family - Sue Elvis
Are unschooled children lazy? [NO!]

Unschooling Themes: Emergencies and First Aid - Radical Ramblings - aNonyMous

Guide to the Best Homeschooling and Unschooling Resources - KQED (blog)
The homeschooling and unschooling movements, along with the open-education resource movement, have led to a wealth of free or low-cost and

Unschooling Isn't New. Really, It Isn't. - I'm Unschooled. Yes, I Can Write. - Idzie D
I can't count the number of times I've said, with as much patience as I can muster, that unschooling isn't new.

hazards of free-range kids - Rickshaw Unschooling - Emily
Yes. A month without enough clothespins to hang my laundry well. A month with squeezing past this sheet-jungle to get to my daughter's bed at night.

Pin by Shannon Young on Home/UNschooling. - Pinterest
I don't know how kids have any time to develop if they have to "do well in school." I certainly didn't have the time to become who I needed to be.

When is Unschooling Unparenting? - Home Education Magazine - barb
Completely absent in my unschool were lesson plans, grades, schedules, ...

Do Unschoolers Have Rules? - Home Education Magazine - barb

Our May 2014 Unschooling Resources & Activities - Interest-Led Learning - ChristinaPilkington

Unschooling Paradise Encourages Readers to Follow Their Unschooler Family Across the U.S. - (press release)

What Is It Like to Raise Unschooled Kids? - Huffington Post
I unschool my son (now 13... would be 7th grade). He went to a few preschools and half of Kindergarten. I had no plans to take him out of school, but ...

Happy 6th Blogging Anniversary + Unschooling 101 Zine Giveaway! - I'm Unschooled. Yes, I Can Write. - Idzie Desmarais

No comments - Unschooling Chat Notes - Sandra Dodd
Dodd's unschooling chats. News · When, Where and How? Various Topics and older chats · Big Book of
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Re: Better Schooling (Unschooling & Homeschooling)
« Reply #47 on: July 27, 2014, 11:48:01 pm »

What Do Grown Unschoolers Think of Unschooling? IV in Series - Freedom to Learn - Peter Gray
Most were very happy to have been unschooled, but a few [raised by fundamentalists] were not. Why?

No Books, No Classes, No Problem: These Students Teach Themselves
- To most parents, it sounds like a scene from a John Hughes movie or maybe The Simpsons: Students take over a school, dismiss the teacher, and promptly eliminate tests, quizzes, and rote instruction. They then decide what courses to study—or not—and teach and learn from one another.
- They include play as a part of the new curriculum. What some might consider an education apocalypse is the reality in one Massachusetts high school. It’s also the driving concept behind a movement of parents and educators who have rejected the conventional apple-for-the-teacher model of education and embraced “unschooling” as the ideal way for children to learn.

The Case For Home Schooling - Republic Broadcasting Network - RBN
How the school system works: A brief overview by Master Teacher John Taylor Gatto.
Carnival of Homeschooling - Joanne Jacobs
You are here: Notes From A Homeschooled Mom
No comments - The Inappropriate Homeschooler
There's only one way to be happy: Be your authentic self. That bit of wisdom is not only true for living but for homeschooling as well.
Homeschooling over the Summer - The Phoenix Foundation - Diana Stinn
To me, homeschooling is a lifestyle and so we have homeschooled every summer!   

Planning To Homeschool High School Giveaway - The Home School Scientist - Marci Goodwin
Are you planning to homeschool high school? The Ultimate Guide To Homeschooling Teens is a must have tool. Win a copy
I'm Making the Jump to Homeschooling - Creative Minority Report - matthew archbold
If you'd have told me five years ago that I'd be teaching my children at home I'd have asked for a drug test.
Homeschooling vs Public School - Mommy Edition - Amy
Homeschooling Parents with school-aged children are faced with an abundance of choices on how to achieve the best education for their child.

Steve Toth Defends Homeschooling from Local Tyrants - Cahnman's Musings
"And you, fathers, do not provoke your children to wrath"

Spirit Led Homeschooling Planning - Common Graces - Wendy
Free The Ultimate Planner for Homeschooling Moms - FTM
If you have been looking for one Planner to meet all your planning, then here is the Complete

Waldorf Homeschooling Middle School: Charcoal Drawings - The Parenting Passageway - Carrie
The Waldorf curriculum moves into not just using art as the vehicle for the subject, but

homeschooling. - Stellar Day. - jesswilliams
If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen that we have made the official declaration that WE ARE HOMESCHOOLING OUR KIDS!


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Re: Better Schooling (Unschooling & Homeschooling)
« Reply #48 on: August 16, 2014, 10:14:13 am »

African American homeschooling on the rise, over 200,000 Black parents are homeschooling their children

The Inappropriate Homeschooler: 3 Tips for a Hot, Inappropriate Homeschooling Marriage

Home & School Mosaics: A Medley of Perspectives on Home and School
Back To School
A Compendium of Curriculum – Blog Linkup
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Think on the Good Things
Back to School? No Way!
What I’m Going to Miss
Waterproof Bible
Back to School Means an Intro to an Empty Nest
Homeschooling For Free

Literature Study for Homeschool (Hewitt Homeschooling Review) Schoolhouse Review Crew - TOS Marcy

Homeschooling in NWA - Peekaboo

What I Learned Our First Year of Homeschooling - Real Food Family - Traditional Food & Natural Living - Roz

Natural Living Benefits of Homeschooling - Natural Living Mamma - Brittany Thomas

Ultimate Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Giveaway - Our Journey Westward - Cindy

Home Schooling Mother Sent to Prison - In My Own Write - Hazel Katherine Larkin

Moms' Back to Home School Night! - Kim's Ohio Homeschooling Events

Can Secular Homeschoolers Escape The Weird Majority In The Homeschooling Movement? - Irregular Times - J Clifford

Carnival of Homeschooling - Joanne Jacobs

5 Tips for Homeschooling Various Grade Levels - edVAcation - Elizabeth_N

so, we're homeschooling! - carissa graham

New Events from AHEM - Western Mass Catholic Home Schoolers - Christine

Home School Photography Class - Learn Photography Online - Rowan

FREE Devotional for Homeschooling Moms TODAY - Hungry for God - Lori

Vacations While Homeschooling - Sonoma Christian Home - Kimberly Kulp

More than just “unschooling”! - Raising Miro on the Road of Life - Guest

Self-Determined Education, Unschooling and Activism - Natural Born Learners - beatrice ekoko

Jaden Smith Reading Unschooling Rules @officialjaden - The Daily Prep

A Week of Unschooling: Wipeout and Oranges - Radical Ramblings - aNonyMous

Albert Einstein #quotes #unschooling

NEWS - Unschooling Paradise Encourages Summer Trips as Part of Unschooling Curriculum

Radical Unschooling is... - Just Add Light and Stir - Sandra Dodd

Our July 2014 Unschooling Resources & Activities - Interest-Led Learning - ChristinaPilkington
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Re: Better Schooling (Unschooling)
« Reply #49 on: September 29, 2014, 09:52:39 pm »

"Unschooling" is a growing parents movement, magazine reports
a steady diet of standardized testing and indoor inactivity is choking the creativity right out of our kids ...
It's back to class, except for 'unschoolers'
unschooling encourages activities initiated by the children   
Montreal Gazette: Unschooling: No classes, no schedule, no tests   

Focus on unschooling's end product, professor says
The most amazing thing about unschooling is the incredible array of people and that's what builds healthy communities

Outside Magazine examines Unschooling, an alternative education movement
children stay at home and learn about their world through play and self led exploration

Weekend Reading: Unschooling   

Unschooling in the wild
Living Freedom

My teen hates school and I'm afraid he won't do schoolwork at home
Unschooling Questions and Answers

Unschooling: The Case for Setting Your Kids Into the Wild

Unschooling: the Future of Education?
The American Conservative

Patheos (blog): Unschooling Offers Lessons for Adults

Letter: Unschooling should not be perceived as a threat or abuse

13 Lessons on Unschooling and Running A Business

Unschooling Mom2Mom Facebook page: Lifelong Learning
many questions we have from people about unschooling

on unschooling and parental comfort level

Q & A – Unschooling Basics

Unschooling: When kids rule the school

Seven Days: A Cabot Family Makes the Case for 'Unschooling'

ABC Online: Unschooling: kids in a class of their own

The Globe and Mail: 'Unschooling' is a luxury for the wealthy

Unschooling: the Future of Education?

Summer Never Ends! A Day In Our Unschooling Life

“Unschooled” Kids Do Just Fine in College: Smithsonian
“the final and most extreme frontier in the broader cultural shift toward 'child-centred' parenting,”

University of British Columbia: Better schools through unschooling?

KQED (blog): How do Unschoolers Turn Out? Unschooled adults flourish despite the stigmas

These Kids Grew Up With The Woods As Their Only Classroom: NPR (blog)

Book Talk about Unschooling and Autonomy in Education: Natural Born Learners

24 Hours Vancouver: Strike has parents 'unschooling' kids

A GOOD READ: Try some 'unschooling' at your Tri-City library

A Parent's Message: School Is Choking the Creativity Out of Kids

Unschooling: Free Press Houston
The first thing to know about an unschooling camping trip

Unschooled kids more likely to go into the arts, tech, science
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Re: Better Schooling (Unschooling even Better than Homeschooling)
« Reply #50 on: November 07, 2014, 02:00:59 am »

Actually, Unschooling refers to self-directed learning, which usually means no conventional schooling or school attendance. Parent-directed learning is inevitable for the first few years of life and a whole lot can be learned at that time. That's when speech is learned. It's when writing and math can also be learned most naturally and easily. See Glenn Doman's books and the IAHP. Gradually, kids should be given opportunity to have increasing control of their own learning, but should also be encouraged to consult with others to learn about what might be worth their learning.

Unschooling movement takes root

Unschooling: a Decentralized P2P Education Platform

Unschooling Sausages

Norwich University Writers Series presents 'unschooling' author Ben Hewitt

It's All About Education: Why the Unschooling Movement is Growing

Squishy? Living in the Unschooling Moment
Are You a Proper Unschooler?

When the school bell rings, you'll find my kids at home

SCS News and Views: Schooling Styles

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Re: Better Schooling (Unschooling even Better than Homeschooling)
« Reply #51 on: November 15, 2014, 03:22:05 pm »

Wow, lot's to go through, here, Luck.  Thanks for posting the links.
I should log into this forum more often so I can read such articles
a little at a time.



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Re: Better Schooling (Real Science: Surprising Findings in Astronomy)
« Reply #52 on: November 18, 2014, 08:07:36 pm »

[It's a pleasure providing the links when people actually use them.]

Statist science and education have become increasingly corrupt, leading to fear mongering for profit, like the global warming scare, and many other false beliefs parading as facts.

Charles Chandler has the most thorough model for formation of galaxies, stars, planets etc at:

Topics include:

Black Holes
The Sun
Star Types
The Planets

His findings are very surprising, and include consideration of electric and magnetic forces, which actually outweigh the effects of gravity in most cases.

He often discusses science topics on this forum:
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Re: Better Schooling (Ancient Nuclear War on Mars? NO!)
« Reply #53 on: November 30, 2014, 09:13:14 pm »

Ancient Nuclear bombs on Mars?

No, Not Nuclear Bombs, but Impacts. Impacts produce thermonuclear explosions.

See Charles' explanations of impacts:

and especially

Re: Most Thorough Model
Postby Lloyd » Fri Nov 28, 2014 1:02 pm
Impacts Fallout?
Charles, are there enough questions for you yet? In case not, here's another. In the "Nuclear bombs on mars" thread, the referenced article about possible former civilization on Mars says products of nuclear explosions are found on Mars: Xenon-129 in the atmosphere and uranium and thorium on the surface. Since you consider most craters to have formed by thermonuclear explosion, do you think those products could have formed from impacts?

Postby CharlesChandler » Sat Nov 29, 2014 1:15 am
Yes -- any decent-sized meteor impacting at 30 km/s should generate the temperatures and pressures necessary for a nuclear explosion, so there is no need for any stupid life forms to be nuking each other in order to get those heavy elements.
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Re: Better Schooling (Advanced Russian Physics)
« Reply #54 on: December 15, 2014, 07:20:01 pm »

From Kanarev
(Канарев Ф. М.)
Best Regards, Prof. Kanarev

15.12.2014. To Mr. Josip Slisko,
Autonomous University of Puebla, Puebla, Mexico.

[Links are in Russian. For English versions, see ]

Dear Mr. Josip Slisko, Thanks for attention to scientific publications on my personal scientific site Every days its visit about 400 readers from the different countries of the world. It is a pity, but you do not know till now that there is more than half of scientific information in school and university textbooks on the physicist and to chemistry is deeply erroneous in all camps of the world.

Russia – the first country in which reliability of existing physical and chemical knowledge already is studied more than 40 years. Result: it is established that in heads of academicians of all countries and in heads of winners of all scientific awards, including Nobel Prize, more than 70 % of deeply erroneous theoretical physical and chemical knowledge. Nature laws are uniform, and the person has divided them into physical and chemical laws, and has lost touch between them. I have understood it more 40 years ago and have started to search for the reasons of occurrence of scientific errors and - to correct them.

Result: my personal scientific site is in the lead by quantity of the scientists visiting it. Russia the first country in the world already has absolutely new textbooks:

1. Kanaryov F.M The general physics.

2. Kanaryov F.M Physics of a microcosm.

3. Kanaryov F.M The theoretical mechanics. F.M. THE THEORETICAL MECHANICS. The textbook the First law of Dynamics of Newton. New set of laws of movement of material points and bodies is named «MECHANODINAMICS». The new concept helps to distinguish laws of mechanical movementof firm bodies from laws of Hydrodynamics, Aerodynamics, Thermodynamics.In the textbook examples of the decision of mechanical problems which had no decisions in Newton's dynamics are presented.

4. Kanaryov F.M.Examination of fundamental sciences. The textbook on interdisciplinary knowledge.

5.Kanaryov F.M.Monograph of a microcosm.

Dear Mr. Josip Slisko, You know that Russia carries out now reform of the academy of Sciences and formation reform, considerably advancing in this important issue all countries of the world. All kind. The professor, Kanaryov F.M. of 12/15/2014.
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Re: Better Schooling (Freedom to Grow Unschool)
« Reply #56 on: February 09, 2015, 03:31:24 pm »

Could Unschools Be the Answer to High-Stakes, High-Stress Education?
By Sarah Anne Perry

First, see this video maybe:,d.eXY&cad=rja

Freedom to Grow Unschool [in Hull, GA] cannot call itself a school. [ ]

Officially, it’s a “learning center for homeschoolers,” director Lora Smothers says, when people ask if it’s accredited. “The answer is no. We’re just a business offering educational services to families of homeschoolers.”

But semantics don’t keep people away. “It gives the power back to the parents to be the final say in their kids’ education,” Smothers says. “I think that’s my favorite part of what I do—just reminding parents that they know what’s best for their kids. ‘Cause a lot of them are so frustrated with how the public school system is working now.”

“Unschool” can mean a lot of things. “Unschooling is actually a worldwide movement of people who have decided to let their kids take the lead in their education,” Smothers says. “There’s a broad range of what that can look like.”

Everyone has an opinion about "Our Failing Schools"—whether they're really failing or not. Some educators have found solutions by just abandoning traditional ideas about education. Whether your kids want to fidget freely, learn art from robots or just not do the school thing at all, there is probably something for them. (If you can afford it—tuition at these schools is in the $5,000–$7,000 neighborhood, though Athens Montessori School offers scholarships, and Freedom to Grow has ambitions to become more accessible through grants and scholarships.)

Freedom to Grow

Whereas some unschools are completely hands-off, and others are closer to curriculum-based home-schooling, Freedom to Grow falls somewhere in the middle.

The school (or not) began in 2010 with nine students under founder Terri Cole-Smith. Smothers taught neuroscience on Fridays as a graduate intern before becoming director in 2012. The staff now consists of Smothers, a child-safety advisor and two other mentors.

“We decided the word ‘teacher’ wasn’t exactly functional for us, because we do so much learning from the kids, and we function as playmates and mentors and coaches a lot of times,” Smothers says.

The Freedom to Grow philosophy is based on the assumption that children are self-motivated and have ideas worth pursuing. The learning center serves about 20 students, ages 5–12, but doesn’t acknowledge grade levels. Instead, learning happens in one large group. Certain times of the day are designated for the study of specific topics, like math or reading, but the kids also spend time working on independent and group projects they have chosen.

“I think it really helps kids who either would be considered behind in a certain area or who excel not to feel so weird,” Smothers says. “We acknowledge that everybody has different gifts and that we’re all in different stages. I think it removes a lot of the stigma kids experience in school.”

School only happens during school hours. “One of our biggest selling points is that we don’t do tests or grades or homework,” Smothers says. “Which is a big deal to a lot of families who come and are just tired of the stress, of every evening trying to force the kids to do their homework, and they don’t wanna do it, and it takes up all their time. When families come, they say, ‘Oh, we have our evenings back. We have our weekends back.'”

Smothers doesn’t see traditional schooling as some great evil. “I think that the idea of public education is necessary,” she says. “I think it’s core to our country’s values, that everyone has the right to an education no matter where you come from. But in the execution of that plan, things get really difficult.”

For one thing, schools are too big and often lack resources. “It isn’t really possible to create the individualized experience that each kid needs,” she says. “And that’s no fault of any teacher or administrator. I think there are a lot of people in school who have really high expectations of kids, but they can’t do everything that they would want to do to help kids reach those goals.”

The other problem, she says, is the national emphasis on standardized testing. “The fact that there’s so much money wrapped in the testing, to the point where administrators, and then teachers, and then their parapros, and then the students all feel the pressure of it,” she says. “I think that pressure and that stress is totally antithetical to creativity and taking risks and just being yourself, a lot of the time.”

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Re: Better Schooling (Freedom to Grow Unschool)
« Reply #57 on: March 02, 2015, 12:09:13 am »

More on Unschooling

Waldorf, Montessori, Unschooling: Alternative Education Comes to China
Middle-class parents give Western models a try.
Jesse Walker
Feb. 11, 2015 11:23 am

Unschooling Allowing Students A New Approach At Education

Learning at home better than school


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Re: Better Schooling (Students as Teachers)
« Reply #58 on: October 24, 2015, 10:53:12 am »

A High School Where the Students Are the Teachers
2013-03-27, Time Magazine


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Re: Better Schooling (UNSCHOOLING!)
« Reply #59 on: November 04, 2015, 06:58:50 pm »

I’m here to disrupt your school
We’ve been homeschooling for 10 years and hoo boy, I think we’ve tried it all! Montessori, classical, unschooling — you name it, we tried it. That’s what you do when you love your kids, I guess
10/22/15 03:42

Parenting tests
...a fool.. Yablonski described unschooling as "living your life as if the school system didn't ... Rocket! Yablonski described unschooling as "living your life as if the school system didn't...
10/19/15 05:26

Jac's Quests: Our Unschooling Life
Home Educating. Unschooling. Whole Life Unschooling. Radical Unschooling.... when Lawi was just two and a half. And it resonated with me. So, unschooling.
10/18/15 23:37

Starcat's Corner »» unschooling
Happy weekend! Hard to believe that it’s the end of May already. How has your spring been going? Mine’s been a bit crazy, but I seem to be settling into the ramped-up energies of this time of year...
10/18/15 03:25

Heroic Unschooling Information Session - Downtown | Deschutes Library
Tuesday, November 10, 2015, 3:00 PM The world is changing much faster than our education...
10/17/15 02:52

...what does unschooling look like? What is our every day? Let me show you! Unschooling looks like ... having it all to ourselves. Unschooling looks like our children being able to learn skills at...
10/14/15 14:25

Unschooling A Lifestyle of Download
Scientists In The Antarctic Are Apparently Getting Drunk On The Job
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What Unschooling Looks Like {october 2015}
Our unschooling highlights from October…. Learned about henna and made... sharann Rural foodie, writer, wife, unschooling mom to five, storyteller, mediocre guitar...
11/02/15 13:31

Book Recommendation: Unschooling Dads
Full title: Unschooling Dads: Twenty-two Testimonials on Their Unconventional Approach to Education . It's available in paperback...
10/26/15 05:35

What in the World is Unschooling?
you may be wondering what exactly is “unschooling?” I can only explain what it is for us, since unschooling varies as much by family as any other method of homeschooling.
10/25/15 09:20 | Colombia |

What Unschooling Looks Like {september 2015}
And to be honest, unschooling, even conservatively practiced unschooling, is a radical concept ...
But I think if more people witnessed unschooling in the works, they will see how wonderfully...
10/25/15 08:46

Rickshaw Unschooling: Wild Art: Exploring Local History
I had the great fortune of exploring some of our local natural and historical sites with some 8-13-year-olds this week. Our home was previously logged and explored...
10/24/15 21:49

Unschooling Lifestyle: A consensus definition for unschooling
The term, "unschooling," emerged as a starting point to ... indication of what the unschooling approach really means. I've heard unschooling defined ...
10/21/15 23:07

Unschooling Lifestyle: The Unschooling Happiness Project
Paperback . Kindle . "It was a nice blend of stories, practical advice and philosophical musings." -- Chris, An Eclectic Odyssey Unschooling 10/21/15 22:59

Unschool's Cool: Untainted Unschooling
We have quite a few (to say the least) unschooling skeptics among our ...
wrestling commenced! "Is this unschooling?" Our guest said jokingly. "At it's finest," I replied...
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Rickshaw Unschooling: Eyes on the Prize
This weekend I've been holding a video camera for my son, to help him with a video tutorial contest he wants to enter. I've tried to give him video advice, but he won't take it.
10/05/15 19:19

i was glad to see you put it as "home" schoolin'; if i did have "kids" that age, my money would be on the unSchooling (or aschooling, to follow the atheist an archy) path/approach.
10/31/15 03:05

Homeschooling - should we encourage it? - Education -universities...
In all my time homeschooling I only met one religious homeschooler. The whole unschooling movement is the antithesis of rigid instruction based on religious...
10/23/15 17:48

Homeschooling or Unschooling?
Thanks for the encouragement. I'm not sure how to incorporate the Core Curriculum into this type of schooling, but I guess it will just take some time and effort to balance it all out.
10/21/15 18:33

Does anyone homeschool? Or plan on it? | Multiples and Twins
The main thing is figuring out what method you prefer.... Charlotte Mason, Classical, Unschooling, standard schooling at home. And each state is different regarding the laws, expectations ...
10/21/15 02:05

Do It Yourself Homeschool Journal: & Delight Directed Learning...
...compared to nationally marketed merchandise. In my situation, unschooling 4 kids while recovering from birth and nursing a newborn, I think it's worth $30. I don't like making my own stuff.
10/19/15 14:35

Now that we are a few months into the school year....
We are unschooling for high school land it's working out very well. Ds (14) is more motivated and excited about life than he's ever been.
10/15/15 05:17

How long to 'unschool'
There's a Facebook group called uk unschooling or unschooling uk, I can't remember which way round it is! Really helpful people and lots of information.
10/12/15 06:13

Weekly Poll: Do your kids know what grade they are in?
And if I started using grade levels, he would be all over the place. Taking it one step further, since we have been unschooling, DS perceives that he is learning, but not doing school, I am waiting...
10/06/15 09:58

Drivers ed printable worksheets
...Homeschoolers · Living Joyfully with Unschooling Box Set. . lesson plans, curriculum units
10/21/15 04:54

Powerful imagery. #children #unschooling #education #parenthood...
#words #engagebrainbeforeopeningmouth #think #namaste #actionforhappiness #love #regurgitate by kathygilliver
10/09/15 02:19

Christian Costume Ideas and Butt Sin (aka hilarious links)
...police, the unschooling police (oh my goodness, I had to leave all the unschooling FB groups ... bickering about what is and is not unschooling!...
11/01/15 05:48
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