In this 3rd Installment of Susan Walker’s Deschooling series, she shares some wisdom with newer unschoolers. Always remember when you’re deschooling – things change!
Guest Blogger, Susan Walker, is back with Part 2 of her deschooling journey, specifically peeling back the layers of what it means when we say we’re fine with everyone being unique. (It can be harder than you think!)
Ann Lahrson-Fisher, book author and school teacher turned homeschooler, shared her thoughts on the problems with standardized testing.
Is your unschooling home a bit… messy? Shannon Loucks helps us reframe how we see this!
Guest Blogger: Paula Sjogerman shares about experiences with reading a little later than expected.
Pam Sorooshian poses some questions to see our emotional connection to math
Evon, from Forever Unschooled, shares about her family’s unschooling journey.
Julie Schiffman shares how her husband went from “Not My Kid!” to strong unschooling supporter!
De Smith shares some insight on how to work with your spouse on the subject of unschooling
Pam Sorooshian shares books that are fun to read – about math!
Deb Lewis shares a few advantages she noticed unschooling her son over the years. She provides some insight into some of the criticisms that occasionally surface about unschooling too. There are advantages, profound and beautiful, silly and fun, to letting your child skip school, every day, for thirteen years. As you’ll see, some of Read More
by Issa Waters You’ve heard of unschooling, and you are ready to choose it for your family. You might even have started calling yourselves unschoolers already. But there’s this other word tripping you up. Deschooling. Deschooling is the first step to unschooling. Sadly, it’s often overlooked. Without deschooling parents have a much harder time unschooling. Read More
Unschooling in New York? Amy Milstein shares suggestions for how to meet the state requirements.
Guest Blogger, Alexis Hall, shares vacation planning tips for budget-minded unschooling families
Guest blogger, Belinda Bonham Carter, noticed how many stories exist about how technology disconnects us, its ill effects and how gaming in particular can be harmful. This story is not that perspective. Sixteen months ago, relatively new to homeschooling, I took an online discussion/seminar class focusing on child-led learning. During the class the subject of Read More