There are many different approaches to homeschooling. “Unschooling” goes by many different names child led learning, natural learning, interest-led learning, self-directed learning or organic learning. This approach allows the child to learn through play, natural learning and self-directed activities. There are no textbooks, no test, no formal education for unschoolers. Unschoolers step away from traditional curriculums and embrace a different approach to learning and education.
Coming up on June 10th to June 14th, there will be an unschooling summit. It is free to attend whether you are an experienced unschooler, a current homeschooler or considering your options for your public school children. There are 10 speakers.
You can spend five days learning about unschooling. Click on the banner above if you are interested in attending.
Do you want to learn a bit more about unschooling right now?
Last year I did a series of interviews with homeschoolers who have different approaches to homeschooling (classical, Montessori, etc.) and one of the interviews was with ‘radical unschooler’ Dayna Martin, a well known leader in the unschooling community and the author of several books. She will be a presenter at this conference.
Learn more about ALL the different homeschool methods and how we incorporate bits and pieces into our homeschool in my post: What surprises you most about homeschooling?