Unschooling the Next Generation

Often referred to as "homeschooling", "unschooling" is an alternative education practice that rejects the rigid institutional demands of a traditional educational environments.

What is "unschooling"?   Does our new generation benefit from this form of learning?   Is it a more natural learning process?   What do the students have to say about learning this way?

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Play, Nature's way of learning

Parent Question: "My daughter has been out of school for three months now and all she wants to do is play. Whenever I try to get her to sit down and learn, she resists me. I'm worried she'll never start learning and that we'll end up always fighting. What ...

Article - citizenshift - 18/02/2008 - 13:46 - 2 comments

5 dangerous things you should let your kids do

It's time to encourage our kids to through spears and take apart the dishwasher according to Gever Tulley, founder of the Tinkering School. Listen to his explanation of how confidence and important mental activity can be achieved from an early age....

Videoext - citizenshift - 09/09/2008 - 17:14 - 2 comments

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