Unschooling

A form of education used by some home educating families which uses autonomous educational methods. This methodology rejects the concept of school as being against the interests of the child. It was first used in the US where the term is most popular and was coined by John Holt in his book of the same name. Many home educators in the UK know of the
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Unschooling

A form of education used by some home educating families which uses autonomous educational methods. This methodology rejects the concept of school as being against the interests of the child. It was first used in the US where the term is most popular and was coined by John Holt in his book of the same name. Many home educators in the UK know of the
Found on http://www.home-education.org.uk/faq-glossary.htm

Unschooling

Unschooling is a range of educational philosophies and practices centered on allowing children to learn through their natural life experiences, including play, game play, household responsibilities, work experience, and social interaction, rather than through a more traditional school curriculum. There are some who find it controversial. Unschooli
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