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In-depth view on dozens of questions about homeschooling and unschooling: natural learning, socialization, being your child's partner in learning, giving freedom and respect to your child and many more. I encourage you to ask YOUR own questions and get answers from Sandra Dodd - at Mommy Labs.

In-depth interview with Sandra Dodd on dozens of questions about homeschooling and unschooling: natural learning, socialization.

Preview of Life Learning Magazine's March/April 2013 issue #unschooling #life learning

Life Learning Magazine is a free source of inspiration and information about unschooling, interest-led, self-directed education.

A big tent to accommodate different approaches to unschooling

A big tent to accommodate different approaches to unschooling

On the Wildness of Children (essay) (via Carol Black) (April 2016) "Children, like the natural world, do not benefit from our dualisms.  When free to run in the open air, to move, to speak, to ask questions, to explore, to play, to work, to participate ... the child who is ”wild” in a classroom becomes a human being, a friendly, helpful companion.  Not a perfect angel, just a normal likable intelligent person like anybody else."

On the Wildness of Children. The Revolution Will Not Take Place in a Classroom - Carol Black

THE WONDERFUL LIFESTYLE OF    HOME EDUCATION   A talk for Home Education Awareness Week 2016   Debbie Ball         My own thoughts with tha...

There has been so much interest in the Adventures In Natural Learning Handbook and Seasonal Journal - but I haven't done a very in-depth pos.

What is strewing?  How do unschoolers strew things for their children?

Strewing is exactly what it sounds like - sowing or scattering things to spark the interest of our children. There are a few more particulars about the hows and whys to strewing, but the idea is simple enough to comprehend.

I want the world to be mine and my kids’ classroom. I want the whole essence of life itself to be open to us to explore. I don’t care what the public school system says we should be learning – because there is so much more. There is variety, there is wonder, and there are things yet to be discovered. So much more!

The people we meet everyday let me know that my kids are smart and very well educated. They learn from life and the amazing people that they meet.

Astra Taylor on the Unschooled Life, Raised by independent-thinking bohemian parents, Taylor was unschooled until age 13. Join the filmmaker as she shares her personal experiences, and how it has shaped her educational philosophy and development as an artist.

Astra Taylor on the Unschooled Life, Raised by independent-thinking bohemian parents, Taylor was unschooled until age Join the filmmaker as she shares her personal experiences, and how it has shaped her educational philosophy and development as an artist.

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