Unschooling Blog Carnival

The Unschooling Blog Carnival, originated by Ron and Andrea, is being re-started by Joanne at An Unschooling Life, who wrote on our HEM-Unschooling list:

“Would you be interested in participating in the unschooling blog carnival if it was started up again? For those of you that don’t know what it is…a blog carnival is a bunch of related blog posts on one topic, such as unschooling. It’s a great way to find new blogs, read some great posts and let other people know about your blog. Not to mention, it kinda build a nice unschooling community feel among the bloggers.”

She continues: “For now it would be held once a month (a lot of carnivals are held
every week but we can build up to that). All you would do is submit one of your posts on unschooling to me every month and I’ll put the whole thing together.”

For more information about Joanne’s project, which she’s calling Unschooling Voices, visit her site. She requests that anyone interested “please reply at this link”, explaining “I’d like to keep the replies in one place so I know how many people are interested without having to remember all the places I’m going to post this.”

By the way, the blog of the aforementioned founders of the Unschooling Carnival, Ron and Andrea, is one of my must-read favorites!

One Response to Unschooling Blog Carnival

  1. […] HEM’s Editor and Chief, Helen Hegener posted an announcement about the Unschooling Carnival at her blog recently.  You can learn more on how to participate here. […]

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