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How a Teen Makes the Best of Educational Freedom

How a Teen Makes the Best of Educational Freedom

How a Teen Makes the Best of Educational Freedom BY LINDSEY JOHNSON Make the best...well, the best is different for different people, so it's not easy to tell how one should make the best of her educational freedom. It depends on her own goals and ambitions and dreams. It depends on the person. The whole point of having autodidactic freedom is [...]

The Unschooling Blog Carnival Rolls into Town!

The Unschooling Blog Carnival Rolls into Town!

The Unschooling Blog Carnival Rolls into Town The Unschooling Blog Carnival is a fun collection of blogposts written by unschoolers around the world. Some are new to unschooling, and some are seasoned veterans. Each month, unschooling bloggers share a glimpse into their world as it relates to a particular theme. Some of the past Carnival [...]

Listen: That’s Your Child

Listen: That’s Your Child

Listen: That's Your Child By Sue Patterson Consider these scenarios... When I was little, I was one of those children who talked a lot and LOUDLY. I can remember my cousin actually turning to my dad saying, "Does she have a volume button?" Obviously, I did not. Nor did I forget the comment. I tell you this because I want you to know that I [...]

They Call It A Grassroots Education Revolution: That’s Funny

They Call It A Grassroots Education Revolution: That’s Funny

They Call It A Grassroots Education Revolution: That's Funny By Linda Dobson They're calling it a grassroots education revolution, probably to get you all excited. But I'll let you in on a secret. It isn't a revolution at all. In fact, their "grassroots education revolution" has been in practice so long now I have friends whose children [...]

What’s a Test? Why Unschoolers Test Scores Prove Nothing about Method

What’s a Test? Why Unschoolers Test Scores Prove Nothing about Method

What's a Test? Why Unschoolers Test Scores Prove Nothing about Method By Linda Dobson On September 8, 2011, results from a study by Concordia and Mount Allison University. The study's intent was to compare 74 children living in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick: 37 who were homeschooled, which included 12 unschoolers, versus 37 who attended [...]

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