Tag Archive: Unschooling

May 21

Radical Unschooling: A Revolution Has Begun – Revised Edition

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May 19

The Unschooling 101 Compendium: A Compilation of Booklets

The Unschooling 101 Compendium is a compilation of three booklets: Unschooling 101: Top 10 Questions About Unschooling; Unschooling is Not Schooling; and Unschooling Wins the Race. Sale Price: $6.99 Read More Homeschool Reviews What do you think of this post?Awesome (0) Interesting (0) Useful (0) Boring (0) Sucks (0)

May 05

Radical Unschooling – A Revolution Has Begun

Radical Unschooling is a progressive parenting philosophy, which includes children learning at home. It is different from homeschooling in that children are not forced to follow curriculum lessons and tests. Radical Unschooling philosophy focuses on trust of a child’s innate ability to learn without coercion and invites children to explore their passions. The parent’s role …

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May 04

Born To Learn: Unschooling In the New Paradigm

Do you have a gut feeling that maybe the school system is not what your child needs? Do you feel as though your family has broken down and you are all unhappy? Are you looking at alternatives but having trouble finding the right support?  Do you struggle with feelings you have about raising your child …

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May 02

The Unschooling Handbook : How to Use the Whole World As Your Child’s Classroom

To Unschoolers, Learning Is As Natural As BreathingDid you know that a growing percentage of home schoolers are becoming unschoolers? The unschooling movement is founded on the principle that children learn best when they pursue their own natural curiosities and interests. Without bells, schedules, and rules about what to do and when, the knowledge they …

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May 02

Christian Unschooling : Growing Your Children in the Freedom of Christ

Finally, a Christian homeschooling book that allows you to think outside the box.Christian Unschooling: Growing Your Children in the Freedom of Christ utilizes the essays of Christian, unschooling parents from across the United States and Canada to reveal a new way of homeschooling-one that is respectful of the child, the parents and the way God …

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May 01

The Unschooling Happiness Project: A Guide to Living A Happy and Fulfilling Life Through Love and Creativity

Unschooling means so much more than a hands-on, child-directed, and experience-based way of learning. It doesn’t describe a specific alternative to schooling. It just gets schooling out of the way so various unique dynamic personal creative ways of growing up, living, participating, and contributing to communities can develop. When I say “unschooling,” I really mean …

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Apr 30

Unschooling Wins the Race

By conventional measurements (mandatory academic testing), my unschooling daughter ranks at least two grade levels ahead of her schooled peers. How did she accomplish that without school lessons? I suggest that unschoolers are on to something.I suggest that conventional schooling holds kids back. Schooling keeps kids busy: Busy sitting in desks; Busy “staying out of …

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Apr 29

Homeschooling Our Children Unschooling Ourselves

A compelling story about one family’s journey into the unknown territory of homeschooling, told with skill by Alison McKee, a gifted teacher with a wide experience in traditional education and a special sensitivity to the individual needs of children. Trusting her own children to “show me the way” was a difficult challenge – but one …

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Apr 29

Free to Live: Create a Thriving Unschooling Home

What does unschooling look like day-to-day? Want to help it take root and blossom in your family? There are a number of characteristics that allow learning to flourish, and in Free to Live I discuss the four that have had the most positive impact on our unschooling lifestyle. Understanding why these characteristics are so helpful …

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