Posts Tagged ‘ unschooling ’

Pat Farenga on Unschooling

Pat Farenga on Unschooling

In a recent article on unschooling for the Baltimore Sun, Holt Associates President and long-time homeschooling advocate Patrick Farenga noted “Interest in unschooling has skyrocketed,” and that comment landed him a debate with a school representative on the merits of unschooling tomorrow, Saturday Sept. 5, at 9:50 AM EST, on Fox and Friends. Currently...
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Carschooling

Carschooling

Take the whine out of drive time with this collection of inventive and innovative car games that teach at the same time! Over 350 entertaining games and activities to turn travel time into learning time with Carschooling, by Diane Flynn Keith. While Carschooling is about using ideas and resources to help children and teens...
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NE Unschooling Conference

NE Unschooling Conference

Whether your family has been unschooling for years or if you’re just getting your feet wet, the Northeast Unschooling Conference will give you the opportunity to connect with other people who care about their children’s freedom to truly be themselves. The Northeast Unschooling Conference will take place August 27-30, 2009 at the Sheraton Colonial...
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Unschooled Adult

Unschooled Adult

Susanna Wesley, I Am An Unschooled Adult, from the Nov/Dec 1998 issue of Home Education Magazine: “I am an unschooled adult. I began unschooling the day I quit my fourth year in college. I had received a letter from the registrar telling me that time was running out and I must declare a major....
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Deschooling

Deschooling

In her current Closer Look feature Mary Nix spotlights Deschooling, which is defined by the late Ned Vare as “the word that describes the transition from school to a life of educating ourselves. It is usually the parents who need a helping hand in trusting their own children. That is because we have all...
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