Posts Tagged ‘ Unschooling ’

Edmund Scientific

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Edmund Scientific

Got geeks? If so, you’ll want to check out a premier resource for those who dabble in the explorative sciences: Edmund Scientific – an outstanding source for robotics, electronics, magnetism, optics, solar, astronomy, alternative energy, chemistry, engines, motors, gears, pumps, microscopes and so much more! They offer a free catalog/Wish Book, and highlight new...
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John Holt Videos

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John Holt Videos

Patrick Farenga, who worked with John Holt for many years, and who has been an extremely effective homeschool advocate in his own right, has been sharing some wonderful videos of John Holt at his blog, filmed at the first conference by the Family Learning Network in Spokane, Washington, in April, 1984. We were just...
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Last Child in the Woods

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Last Child in the Woods

Richard Louv is an award-winning journalist and the author of seven books about the connections between family, nature and community. His most recent book, Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature-Deficit Disorder (Algonquin), has stimulated an international conversation about the relationship between children and nature. Louv coined the term Nature-Deficit Disorder™...
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John Holt: The Plowboy Interview

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John Holt: The Plowboy Interview

Mother Earth News- July/August 1980 - The Plowboy Interview: John Holt From the Interview: HOLT: OK. Many of you folks who read this magazine believe-and with good reason-that government interferes too much in our lives. Well, I think that there is no place where this interference is less justified, more harmful, and more easily...
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The Art of Education e-Book

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The Art of Education e-Book

From author Linda Dobson comes news about her landmark first book, hailed by The New Yorker as “…a thought provoking and inspiring guided journey into the heart of homeschooling.” From Linda’s Parent at the Helm (PATH): I’m happy to report that everything is moving along swimmingly as we prepare for the July 4th release...
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Car Schooling

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Car Schooling

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. Check out Diane’s web site for wonderful resources and articles on travelling with...
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Hands-On Learning

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Hands-On Learning

In these tough economic times, Kathy Ceceri’s wonderful collection of archived Hands-On Learning columns are just one more jewel that can be found within Home Education Magazine. In each column, Kathy offers easy to find resources and combines them with projects that are sure to inspire many hours of engaged and active learning with...
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Wolfram/Alpha

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Wolfram/Alpha

Wolfram/Alpha’s long-term goal is “to make all systematic knowledge immediately computable and accessible to everyone. We aim to collect and curate all objective data; implement every known model, method, and algorithm; and make it possible to compute whatever can be computed about anything. Our goal is to build on the achievements of science and...
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Learn to Draw

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Learn to Draw

Learn to Draw: from About.com offers beginner’s drawing lessons for kids or anyone interested in learning to sketch, from the beginning steps of selecting the best art materials, to how to hold a pencil properly, to perspective and pencil shading with advice about values and tone, all the way through to lessons in portraiture...
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Journey into Unschooling

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I was reading blog posts from my feed reader and came upon a blog that I really enjoy.   It is called, Journey into Unschooling. The post that quickly caught my attention was,  August 4th’s Nature Journal. From there, I clicked on past nature journals that they’ve done and I was lost for quite...
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  • Unschooling, what is it?
    Unschooling, what is it? Unschooling, Un schooling what is it? Defining unschooling is a little like describing a color, and every bit as elusive. You can rely on commonly-held descriptions; for example, we generally all agree what blue looks like, but what about cobalt, aqua, navy, cyan, sapphire, azure, indigo, cerulean, turquoise or cornflower? It’s the s