Rules for schools

  • Updated: July 7, 2012 - 10:32 PM

Rules for schools TRADITIONAL HOMESCHOOLING: LEARNING IN THE HOME SETTING WITH THE USE OF SCHEDULES, TEXTBOOKS AND CURRICULUM. Unschooling: Child-led learning driven by a child's interests rather than a curriculum. Unschooling emphasizes the belief that children learn best when they're not forced to learn. Radical unschooling: Built on the principle of respect for a child's choices, radical unschooling extends the freedom of unschooling to all areas of life. For example: no bedtime, food restrictions or rules. Rules for schools Traditional homeschooling: Learning in the home setting with the use of schedules, textbooks and curriculum. Unschooling: Child-led learning driven by a child's interests rather than a curriculum. Unschooling emphasizes the belief that children learn best when they're not forced to learn. Radical unschooling: Built on the principle of respect for a child's choices, radical unschooling extends the freedom of unschooling to all areas of life. Ex: no bedtime, food restrictions or rules.

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