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!
Structure schedules and unschooling? Of course! Read this blogpost to see how!
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!)
Susan Walker shares part one of her deschooling journey with her son. Hearing the details will be so reassuring to many of you!
Ann Lahrson-Fisher, book author and school teacher turned homeschooler, shared her thoughts on the problems with standardized testing.
Answering the question, “Why am I unschooling?” will help you have so much clarity when doubts come rolling in.
It’s time to talk about reframing teaching, learning and how it relates to unschooling.
Guest Blogger: Paula Sjogerman shares about experiences with reading a little later than expected.
So what do you DO if you’re not working your way through a curriculum? I’m so glad you asked! Here are my suggestions…
Join us for the May Workshop: Why do I Keep Wanting Curriculum?
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
Pam Sorooshian shares how we can think more creatively about mathematics.
by Cathy Earle “Homeschooling has proven itself to be effective—after all, homeschooled students score much higher on standardized tests than their public-school counterparts!” “Standardized tests don’t measure the important stuff, and don’t do a very good job, even, of measuring the less important stuff!” Having been in the homeschooling community for more than three Read More
All kids can thrive with unschooling. But some PARENTS may have a rougher time embracing it.
Deschooling is a word that’s often tossed about in homeschooling/unschooling circles. But before long, it’s relegated to the back burner when worries about curriculum choices, ACT/SAT tests, or “gaps” appear in the kids’ learning. When people first leave the school system, I think one of the hardest things to do is relax into this new Read More