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 Advertisements
Posted in Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers Ages 0-5, Elementary Children Ages 5-12, High School Children Ages 15-18, Homeschooling, Junior High School Children Ages 12-15, What is Unschooling?, Why Unschool?
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When I went to public school, I disliked it enormously. It seemed more like a maze to navigate intense social constructs, avoid bullying, constantly trying to fit in with peers, and mollify the teacher’s wrath. It was never thought of … Continue reading
Posted in Democratic Parenting, High School Children Ages 15-18, Homeschooling, How to Unschool, University Children Ages 18-25, What is Unschooling?, Why Unschool?
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Judy Arnall describes Unschooling to University The book, Unschooling To University, is now available for pre-order on Amazon. It will be published September 30, 2018 Pre-order on Amazon.com Pre-order on Amazon.ca This book explores the journey of the Team of … Continue reading
June 2, 2017
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You Can Change Your Parenting Style by Judy Arnall, BA, CCFE Do you come from a “dysfunctional family?” Is your ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) score so high that you worry about doing the same to your kids? Can parenting habits … Continue reading
You’ve probably noticed it. Your daughter loves playing with lego, taking apart appliances, building complicated computer programs, making potato guns and playing video games. She loves logic, order and computation. She is probably headed to a STEM career. STEM careers … Continue reading
Posted in Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers Ages 0-5, Elementary Children Ages 5-12, High School Children Ages 15-18, Homeschooling, How to Unschool, Junior High School Children Ages 12-15, University Children Ages 18-25, Why Unschool?
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