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  • An Unschooling Life Style
    by Patricia J. Donahue-Krueger
    What have your children learned lately? Math? Spelling? Foreign Languages? My children have studied none of those things. No times tables, no spelling lists, not a single Spanish phrase. Yet, the things that they have learned are great in number and vast in importance.
  • Christian Unschooling... How Can That Be?
    by Jeanne Musfeldt
    How can a Christian unschool? Isn’t that a term coined by John Holt? Doesn’t that make me a humanist?
  • Favorite Unschooling Resources
    by Patricia J. Donahue-Krueger
    I love articles that have lists of things to do, things to read, and things to think about. I like having something I can tear from the newspaper and run to the library with, searching madly for those resources which interest me. This is my tear and run list of favorite homeschool resources.
  • Following Old Patterns
    by Patricia J. Donahue-Krueger
    We all follow the status quo in thinking and feeling and accomplishing things more often than we might even be aware of. What am I doing, thinking or saying that are little more than a result of falling into the same old patterns?
  • How Much Is Too Much?
    by Patricia J. Donahue-Krueger
    Wondering how much is ‘too much’ in terms of planned activities for your homeschooled children? Do you look longingly for at least one blank page in your date book? Do you yearn for one small square on your wall calendar that is totally free from times and meeting places and ‘must do's’? Have you found yourself in that zone of madness where activity equals productivity? Then you are not alone.
  • Summer Ends – Unschooling Continues
    by Patricia J. Donahue-Krueger
    So, yet another year of unschooling is upon us. I did my usual checklist of "does anyone want to go to school this year?" (Options are always open in our house)...and, thank goodness, no takers this time around. So it continues -- our never-ending path towards learning. I am so excited about having the chance to unschool again this year. I am so happy to have made the decision to do this. I am so happy that my children love being home. This is going to be a spectacular year. I just know it. There is so much ahead of us!
  • Unschooling Against God's Will?
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    An editorial response to a letter to the editor expressing the belief that unschooling is contrary to the Word of God.
  • Unschooling and Geography
    by Jeanne Musfeldt
    How in the world (pun intended) do you unschool geography? By using maps and learning about the world around us. Children are naturally interested and want to learn about the world around them. It is a God-given interest.
  • Unschooling and Math
    by Jeanne Musfeldt
    Unschooling math? How is that possible? Other subjects seem easier to unschool, but math? Can you unschool math?
  • Unschooling and Reading
    by Jeanne Musfeldt
    Teaching my children to read was a higher priority for me than teach-ing them math. That may seem a little back-wards coming from an unschooler. Math is usually the one subject that most people have a hard time unschool-ing, while learning to read is deemed a natural process that comes at the right moment in the child’s life.
  • Unschooling Links
    by EHO Staff
    A variety of websites devoted to unschooling.

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  • Radical Unschooling
    Sandra Dodd expounds on how people learn
  • Christian Unschooling
    We are a group of Christian women whom God has called to home educate. We each have been called individually to school in an untraditional manner, led to follow Him in the way our children should go instead of following the world. For some of us this looks similar to radical unschooling–our children have no formal lessons unless they take them on themselves. For others of us our schedule and learning is very relaxed or eclectic and looks different from the structured classroom at home that people expect from Christians. Regardless we each have felt called to give up more formal studies and curriculum in order to allow God freedom to work in our children and show THEM (and us through their interests) the way they should go, what they should learn, and how they should learn it.
  • CITIZENShift-Online media for Social Change: Unschooling the Next Generation
    Browse the topics section for interests. Learn through whatever media interests you:video, photography, writing or audio. Upload your own thoughts and media. Make friends with like minds. Make a difference on the planet!

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