Author Archives: Judy Arnall, BA, DTM, CCFE

About Judy Arnall, BA, DTM, CCFE

BA, DTM, CCFE, Conference speaker, trainer and best-selling author Discipline Without Distress: 135 tools for raising caring responsible children without time-out, spanking, punishment or bribery Judy Arnall is Canada's expert on non-punitive parenting and education practices.

Mandatory Online Learning Places Parents as Unpaid School Administrators

Jill Baker, an online blogger wrote: “With the lingering effects of a summer move hanging over her, one Ohio homeschool mom evaluated her options and decided to try out an online public school program. “I thought it would be a … Continue reading

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The Unschooled Engineer

How does unschooling work when a child is a teenager and is beginning to choose a career path? Many people are fine letting young children play away their day, but what about when the time comes to start thinking about … Continue reading

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Unschooling is Growing Across The World

  The concept of unschooling as a valid educational alternative is growing worldwide.  Here are some media links of articles that discuss unschooling in different countries. Canada Denmark South Africa India Australia United States United Kingdom

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Unschooling: FAQ

Did you know there is a world-wide facebook group for Unschooling STEM? Join Unschooling STEM Why did you unschool? I wanted my children to get an education and to love lifelong learning. I value education but not necessarily having it … Continue reading

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Bypassing the School Curriculum Gives Your Child an Advantage: Reading and Writing

  When people are told about unschooling, a common question is, “How will kids learn if they don’t follow the school curriculum?” The answer is, kids learn when they need to learn. The best inspiration for learning is a motivating … Continue reading

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Pre-Order Unschooling To University

Now available for ordering the print or ebook.  Publishing date is September 30, 2018 Order on Amazon.com Order on Amazon.ca

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Respectful Cellphone-Video Game Contract

  Respectful Cellphone Contract for Family Internet Health and Safety Date:_________________ CHILD I agree to always ask you for help, explanation, advice and information regarding anything I can’t handle myself on the cell-phone, Internet and computer/video gaming platform. I agree … Continue reading

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