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Unschooling Mail Lists, Social Networks, etc.

Unschooling Social Networks

Christian Radical Unschoolers
It is a place for those who honestly want to re-think their fears, prejudices, knee-jerk reactions & beliefs about learning, teaching, “education”, & controlling parenting practices.

Creative Unschooling
Unschooling is a way of life, not just for (all) children but their parents, too. Creativity, on the other hand, is on par with breathing. So 1+1 really does make for = awesome existence.

Creative Unschooling Kids
This group is for those kids who want to share what they are doing! It can be drawings, youtube videos, crafts, blogs, poems or whatever your child wants to share with the world. Post it here so that we’ll all know how to find your art.


Inklink Collective Unschool
This is a creative education community where change-makers will share their ideas regarding betterment of education (design, art,media, creativity, music, dance, literature) for betterment of our society and future generation.


Living Math Forum
This is an on-topic list dedicated to the discussion of “living math” – mathematics education using living books and materials, as opposed to traditional curricula as the primary learning tool.

Natural Learning
Co-creating a space where our children can be and learn in and from Nature, a space where they can: explore new ways of relating to and connecting with themselves and with others, follow their inner rhythms and interests, stay connected to their inner guidance and ultimate life force.


New England Unschooling
Discussion and support group for unschoolers in Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

“99
by Kytka Hilmar-Jezek
Kindle edition. Parents New To Unschooling All Have The Same Questions. In This Book You Finally Get the Answers
The Most Common Questions (and Answers) About Unschooling

“Our form of schooling has turned us into dependent, emotionally needy, excessively childish people who wait for a teacher to tell them what to do. Our national dilemma is that too many of us are now homeless and mindless in the deepest sense – at the mercy of strangers. The beginning of answers will come only when people force government to return educational choice to everyone.” -John Taylor Gatto

Non-Radical Unschoolers
This is a forum meant for the friendly exchange of thoughts and ideas regarding the education and lives of Unschooling Parents and their Children. A warm place to share all of the cool things that our kids are doing or to solicit advice and insight from other supportive parents.

PeerUnschooling.net
Teen unschoolers unite! Join our worldwide digital community for unschoolers. It is free, but you need to register.

Radical Unschooling Families
This group is for Radical Unschoolers and those who want to learn more about radical unschooling. New members, please read the pinned post, and let us know if you have questions.

Radical Unschooling Info
Sandra Dodd’s links and directions to information for new and experienced Unschoolers who extend that learning beyond academics. Any idea brought here will be examined in light of the principles of radical unschooling.

Shine with Unschooling
A joyful, positive, radical unschooling community that celebrates every child for the unique gifts they bring to the world. This *Shine* community honors, respects and celebrates ALL children for being exactly Who They Are.

Unskoolbkshop
This list is for buying, selling, and swapping UNSCHOOL stuff.

Unschooling Canada
This list is for Canadian unschoolers who believe in child-led/natural learning.

Unschooling Canada Association
An organization that provides support, information and advocacy for families wishing to choose their own educational path. Facebook Group.

Unschooling Discussion
There are lots of good things about this list. Sometimes my irritation at people who are sure they already know more than all of us will ever know isn’t one of the good things. ~ Sandra Dodd

Unschooling/Homeschooling Your Teens
Inspiration for parents of unschooled teens.

Unschooling Group for Kids and Teens
Contact admin about joining.

Unschoolers hang out for teens
Small group. Contact admins about joining.

Unschooling Kids and Teens
This is a group for kids and teens who are learning from life to connect and hang out.

Unschooling List
While the focus is unschooling, everyone is welcome. Send an email tolistserv@listserv.light-side.net. In the body of the message put “subscribe unschooling-list your name”.

Unschooling Mom2Mom
Thinking about unschooling and how it could work for your family?
Just starting out?

Unschooling Teens
For homeschooling/unschooling teens, 11 and up… It’s completely open do what you want. Within reason.

Unschooling Writers’ Support Group
A place to provide support and motivation to writers in the unschooling community. We will be supportive and inclusive of all topics relating to the craft from the first sentence to the final publishing.

Region-specific unschool lists can be found under “Online” in Regional Information.

More about Unschooling

Christian Unschooling
Constructing Knowledge With Children
How to Report Unschooling to School Officials
How To Unschool Legally
Natural Learning Method At Home
Pros And Cons of the Unschooling Homeschool Method
Resources For Unschooling
Success of Unschooling vs. School-At-Home
Unschooling All Summer
Unschooling Beginning Guide
Unschooling Defined
Unschooling Mail Lists, Social Networks, etc.

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