Unschooling Mom 2 Mom
Your Children. Their Learning. Your relationship with them. Things that really matter.
Links, tips and resources for parents of teens!
Articles, podcasts, videos, and resources
to help you unschool through the teen years!
Pam discusses college and options from an unschooling perspective.
Examining the role of parents and how that impacts the lives of unschooled teens
Pam found Sue Patterson's book to be an engrossing look into the minds and hearts of the “unconventionally educated,” and a great addition to the unschooling-related books available.
Dr. Gray published a series of articles in Psychology Today revealing his research findings about grown unschoolers.
Wendy Priesnitz has a section on this page with all of their online articles about unschooling/homeschooling teen years. Scroll about halfway down.
Idsie is a grown unschooler who writes about her experiences
Find out how much EASIER your lives can be once you know these facts.
Understanding what's going on with your teen's still-developing brain will help you see why they make some of the choices they do. In this blogpost, 6 helpful articles have been identified that are sure to give parents more clarity.
Sometimes it helps to hear from those a little further down the path. When teens and young adults were surveyed in Homeschooled Teens, they shared candidly about what their lives were like during the teenage years. Instead of seeing their family's educational choice as putting them at any disadvantage, they found the opposite to be true. Their list of advantages because of their educational path fell into six categories…
The internet is full of tips for parenting younger children. Either they expect that you've figured it all out by the time they're teens, or you've just put up the white flag of surrender. But how you deal with teens and young adults and the situations they present will make all the difference in how your relationship is going to be.
Do you know about the physiological reasons teens want to sleep more? Let's look closer at the idea of practicing this structured daytime schedule
Unschoolers spend lots of time together – and for the most part, it’s an exciting fun adventure! Yet sometimes, even the best unschooling mom can get tired or distracted.
If we really look at the advice people have shared through generations, we might discover that much of it isn’t even applicable. For instance, we’ve all heard this battle cry. But what does that really mean? Is it impossible to be both? Do we really want both?
An “online community of self-directed learners who educate themselves without college.”
Karl has been following colleges for decades and has been the GoTo resource to find out how homeschool-friendly different colleges and universities are.
Huge resource with links for books, info about apprenticeships, gap year programs, colleges, and more.
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