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Posts Tagged ‘ unschooling ’

Self-Directed Learning, by Wes Beach

Self-Directed Learning, by Wes Beach

Wes Beach argues that people who recognize their genuine interests and talents need only their self-knowledge, confidence, enthusiasm, determination, ability to persevere, and sense of autonomy to carry them where they want to go.
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Christian Unschooling

Christian Unschooling

Yes, Christians unschool! A guide to finding and joining social networks to get support unschooling in a Christian fashion.
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Free Range Learning, by Laura Weldon

Free Range Learning, by Laura Weldon

"About so much more than homeschooling, this book incorporates wonderful philosophies such as slowing down, kindness, cooperation, the dangers of materialism, & creating a heart-centered lifestyle. A beautiful read." -- Jane Nelsen, Ed.D., co-author: Raising Self-Reliant Children in a Self-Indulgent World
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Project-Based Homeschooling, by Lori McWilliam Pickert

Project-Based Homeschooling, by Lori McWilliam Pickert

Project-based homeschooling combines children's interests with long-term, deep, complex learning. This is an essential experience for children: to spend time working on something that matters to them, with the support of a dedicated mentor. This book is an introduction and guide to creating the circumstances under which children can teach themselves. It gives parents concrete...
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Unschooling All Summer

Unschooling All Summer

Summertime Learning Homeschooling without a Schedule “What! You make your kid learn in the summer, too?” Well, yes and no. I don’t “make” him, he just doesn’t stop because the calendar changes to June.By Ann ZeiseIn fact our decision to switch from using curriculum to unschooling started one summer. We were camping in the...
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Legendary Learning, by Jamie McMillin

Legendary Learning, by Jamie McMillin

Transform ordinary ho-hum homeschooling into legendary success with the same techniques used by Thomas Edison, Teddy Roosevelt, Agatha Christie, Louis Armstrong, and other famous homeschoolers.
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How To Unschool Legally

Homeschooling is legal and fun for the whole family.
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How Natural Reading Happens

How Natural Reading Happens

Reading Can Happen Naturally by Susan Viator During the summer between kindergarten and first grade, our son Matt learned to read. He went from not reading anything to reading everything overnight. He read cereal boxes and billboards and parts of the newspaper. He read his animal books, his stories about the solar system, and the greeting...
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Getting Started, A Chat

By Ann Zeise In chat I often get to reassure a new parent to homeschooling. This New York mom had recently started to homeschool after also moving to a new home. NewHomeschoolMom: About how many hours a day do the kids do schooling? Homeschooling Guide: Depends on how you count it. I’m an unschooler so we don’t watch the hours...
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