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The Story of Am
Amrita, or Am, as she is now fondly called, has always been a loving and responsible daughter. At five years of age, she asked what “independent” meant, and when she got the answer, she said she wanted to be independent!
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A to Z of Homeschooling: N is for Natural Learning
What is natural learning? It is learning that comes naturally to the child. Natural learning is learning that is self-motivated …, it has to be interest-driven
“Unschooling” is a viable option for Univ. students
This is an interesting piece – helps understands and opens our mind to approaches to college and higher education. We urge parents to rethink education and learning.
Educating Children Effectively
Continuing a series of previously published articles on FAMILYPLACE, might be useful to some. FamilyPlace, a project funded by DAGS, is the predecessor of Learning Beyond Schooling when our children were very young and reflected our thoughts as young(er parents). … Continue reading
Unschoolers learn what they want, when they want (CNN.com)
We like this articles as it resonates with the approach we are having with our kids and the kids (& parents) at CLiC. We are the “elite” 10% 😉 UNSCHOOLERS ROCKS! (CNN) — Six-year-old Karina Ricci doesn’t ever have a typical day. … Continue reading
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What did Harry Potter learn at Hogwarts?
After the latest Harry Potter movie (which we watched, already!). Some of us wondered if we could go enroll in Hogwarts – we came across this article. Guess what? We can create a Hogwarts of sorts, in CLiC? Anyway, something … Continue reading
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Sir Ken Robinson on HS, Unschooling and Public Education
This an interesting video. Glad to know that he is a fan of homeschooling. It is also nice to see how he attempts to bridge the different approaches.
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GET YOUR COPY OF “LEARNING BEYOND SCHOOLING”
If you are keen on homeschooling, this is one book you should start with. Get your copy of “Learning Beyond Schooling: Bringing Out Children’s True Potential” now. COPIES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FROM MAJORBOOKS STORES, If you cannot get one, go ask … Continue reading
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This a required subject in Homeschooling, pls note.
We have often talked about how bright the eyes of kids are when they young and so curious. Always wanting to learn. When they learn something new, they get all so excited! Of course, parents ought to join in the excitement and … Continue reading
School’s out forever for ‘unschoolers’
Another interesting article on the introducing to unschooling. Of course there are those who disagree – I think that’s fine. Diversity is interesting. Unschooling has been around for several decades, but advocates say there has been an uptick as … Continue reading →