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Unschooling High School and College Advice

https://www.homeschool.com/advisors/mckee/    Frequently Asked Questions About Unschooling High School and College with Alison Mckee   Alison McKee began unschooling her two children over twenty years ago and from their family's experiences wrote the book "From Homeschool to College and Work: Turning Your Homeschooled Experiences into College and Job Portfolios." She has written numerous articles on [...]


FAQ About Unschooling High School and College

   Frequently Asked Questions About Unschooling High School and College with Alison Mckee Alison McKee began unschooling her two children over twenty years ago and from their family's experiences wrote the book "From Homeschool to College and Work: Turning Your Homeschooled Experiences into College and Job Portfolios." She has written numerous articles on homeschooling which [...]


Podcast: Unschooling, How to Work With Your Child’s Strengths & Interests

FOLLOW US ON: APPLE PODCASTS | GOOGLE PLAY | STITCHER Join us as we speak with Pat Farenga about the subject of “unschooling” and where this concept of independent learning came from. They talk about the pioneer of unschooling, John Holt, who said that children could teach themselves and didn’t need to be in a classroom in order to learn. […]


What is Deschooling?

In short, deschooling is about learning how to learn outside the classroom. Deschooling is a process for children and parents alike when transitioning from traditional school to homeschooling. The reality is that homeschooling is very different from traditional school. It requires a period of adjustment, and it’s not necessarily easy. However, the transition from traditional […]


Regrouping After Homeschool Burnout

Are you feeling the dreaded Homeschool Burnout? Read to learn three things that can take you from feeling burnt out to having a renewed zeal in your homeschool.


Thinking Tree

Fun-schooling is a student-led approach that includes choosing materials for different subjects that interest your child, adding library books, and taking off! School won’t be a chore when your child is engaged and excited to learn. There are two ways to get started with Fun-schooling: Choose a Grade Level Curriculum Bundle OR Customize a Curriculum […]


Homeschooling and Autism

People homeschool children on the spectrum every day; in fact, some believe homeschooling to be the best choice. One mom shares her experiences.