Resources for homeschooling support for Unitarian Universalists
DFW Unitarian Universalist Homeschoolers
A homeschooling group for UUs and Friends in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex.
HomelearningUUs & Kindred Spirits
HUUKS evolved out of the old HUUH group and website that was formerly online. They support an email list and a bi-monthly newsletter to assist fellow Unitarians with their unschooling efforts.
HUUH-L email list
A support mailing list for sharing and developing resources that celebrate lifelong learning. The link will allow you to join any Unitarian Universalist Association email list, so select HUUH-L and “subscribe”.
HUUmans on the Web
Share ideas with a wide range of people – from Unitarian Universalist families who may or may not be homeschooling to those who are interested in homeschooling but may or may not be UU.
Unitarian Universalist Kids
One World Homeschool’s Pinterest board of UU resources for kids.
UU Homeschoolers: Unitarian Universalist Homeschool Network
Support, resources, networking, and fun for Unitarian Universalist homeschooling families around the world. Sponsored by Global Village School.
The purpose of this group is to help Unitarian Universalist homeschoolers develop a network of like-minded alternative educators and to support UU and alternative learners in their efforts to teach and learn in the ways that suit us best. (Formerly UUHomeschool)
UU Homeschoolers Facebook Wall
Sally Carless: Hi everybody! We’re just getting started. Feel free to join, and come back soon! (Must be logged in to view.)
Email list for homeschooling Unitarians.
What can Global Village School offer Unitarian Universalist Homeschool Families?
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We are an international K-12 homeschool diploma program that empowers students to cultivate their gifts and passions by engaging them in a creative, flexible education process grounded in the principles of peace, justice, diversity, and sustainability.
Whole Child, Healthy Planet: Progressive Education
Part of the process of progressive homeschooling of the type Global Village School engages in is examining the ways in which culture, tradition, and habit guide our choices and actions. The Institute for Humane Education has an interesting blog post about this in the context of food, but it is applicable to many situations.