Unschooling

Too easy

The other day, my daughter (11.5 years old) came to me and said: “Mom, I think you are too easy on me”. (I did not ask what she meant. It was much more valuable to leave it as an all-encompassing statement, not area specific). I only said: “I sometimes think that, too, but then you … Continue reading

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Unschooling

The Video-games/Computers/TV issue… (Part one)

I’d like to share this translated article with you. It was published in November 2006 but talks about the time between 1993 to 2006, and it addresses my personal journey as a homeschooling Mom grappling with the issue of video-games/computers/tv in our life, going from total resistance through reluctant acceptance, to total surrender and finally to understanding: “I recently read Steven … Continue reading

Unschooling

Opening Note

Unschooling to College aims to attract all who are interested in unschooling, whether seasoned “pros” or new to the idea and practice. Unschooling is an educational “non-system” that provides children with the freedom they need to allow learning to occur naturally while following their own unique way of making sense of the world around them. In other words: children who are unschooled do … Continue reading