The boringest title I could come up with for an exciting and upcoming endeavour.
I finally do more homework on classical education and realize the basis for it is not what I thought.
Ah, books. Removing the limits of time and space on teaching.
Started one thing and now we’re doing another.
Literature on unschooling and classical seem to share much common ground.
I dive into reading about Montessori and come out very happy for reasons unexpected.
TL; DR: The more you know, the better you think. Because you can’t think, if you don’t know.
The last in a three-part response to John Holt’s Teach Your Own, and why I’m a big fan of unschooling.
Assessment is a problem in schools and even more problematic in the home.
Unschooling is a popular term but its interpretations and applications vary wildly. In Part I, I turn to the father of unschooling and find that his writings go beyond homeschooling to be useful for parenting as well.