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UCA: 2nd Annual Un-Conference: Family First Our second annual online Un-conference will be held online on March 18 and 19th, 2017. Reserve your seat now! Our special guests so far are Pat Farenga, Carlo Ricci, Judy Arnall, Linda Clement, and … Continue reading
#anyonecanhomeeducate Creativity is making something new out of something old. Unschooling is education acquired in a new way.
My son finished his very first online math class at age 14. We started at a grade 8 (Alberta) level which seems to bridge elementary and high school math concepts nicely. He learned integers, fractions, decimals, prisms, pythag, variables, relations, … Continue reading
“Please respect our school schedule when planning your family vacations.” This was a note in the September newsletter when my child signed up for school in junior high. He lasted two weeks before he decided to come home and unschool … Continue reading
How does an unschooler change a light bulb? This scenario gives you a picture of what a typical unschooling day looks like: Mom gets up to get a coffee and complains about the kitchen being dark and asks a child … Continue reading
Welcome to Unschooling to University! Many unschoolers often get asked the second most common question (after the one about socialisation) which is “What about university? Aren’t you messing up your child’s chances of eligibility?” This blog’s sole purpose is to assure … Continue reading