Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Theodore Agranat

Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Theodore Agranat

Theodore Agranat is a serial entrepreneur that dropped out of high school at 15 in Austria and started his first company at 21. He has built over half a dozen different companies over the last twenty years and lives with his wife and three kids in western Massachusetts. He continues …

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Top 5 Creative Responses to “Why Do You Unschool?”

Top 5 Creative Responses to “Why Do You Unschool?”

Whether you are new to unschooling or have been at it for years, the inevitable question will likely be asked of you on many different occasions: “So, why did you choose to unschool your kids?”. The human mind is a curious one and always seeks to gather information about what …

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Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Jessica Meinhofer

Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Jessica Meinhofer

Bio: I’m Jessica Meinhofer, a blogging, YouTubing, RVing, roadschooling mama of two. My magnificent hubby has agreed to this crazy and fun adventure. Together we run, exploring the local life. It’s all about RVing, but it’s not always rainbows and campfires. It’s real-life every day as we navigate love, unschooling, …

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4 Key Skills and Habits for Successful Unschooling

4 Key Skills and Habits for Successful Unschooling

The concept of unschooling has gained traction in the past few decades, ever since John Holt coined the term in 1977. This method of education is similar to homeschooling but is traditionally carried out with more freedom and less of a strict structure. Unschooling appeals to families of diverse backgrounds …

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Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Chaunna Brooke

Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Chaunna Brooke

In 2015, Chaunna and her husband, Justin, sold everything they owned and hit the road to give their kids the adventure of a lifetime. Over the last 4 years they’ve travelled to 5 countries and 46 of 50 states while homeschooling their two kids (now 16 & 8).  You can …

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Tips to Avoid Unschooling Burnout

Tips to Avoid Unschooling Burnout

For many families, the choice to unschool is based on the idea that there isn’t a need to stick to a rigorous or pre-set schedule. The days can be created around a family’s lifestyle and learning preferences. Additionally, the constant “busy” or “overscheduled” feeling that is often associated with traditional …

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Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Sarah Mickulesku

Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Sarah Mickulesku

Sarah Mickulesku is a mother of three, adventure-seeker, rule-breaker, and limit pusher. She received her BA in Journalism from Metro State University in 2007 and is a published children’s book author. (“The Woodchuck That Could Chuck” available on Amazon) and the proud owner of High Country Headwear. She is a …

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The Ultimate Guide to Unschooling

The Ultimate Guide to Unschooling

Families who decide to unschool usually love the freedom that this educational style provides for their children. It allows them to follow their hearts, learn about the topics that genuinely interest them, and develop into the adults they were truly meant to be. You’re setting your kids up to be …

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Unschooling and the Fine Arts

Unschooling and the Fine Arts

Anything and everything can be learned when you unschool. Children aren’t sitting in a class and being taught from a curriculum, instead they are soaking up knowledge and experience from the books they read, games they play, movies they watch, or instruments they try. You can absorb information or develop …

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Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Jeff Uhrmacher

Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Jeff Uhrmacher

Q. What was the catalyst that lead you to choose unschooling for your family’s learning and educational needs? A. I looked at the traditional education and realized that our kids would be missing out on an entire world. You can learn a lot from books etc. in a classroom setting… …

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