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From: Marie (71-36-61-116.albq.qwest.net)
Subject:         Re: Having difficulty unschooling a school boy
Date: December 30, 2007 at 2:32 pm PST

In Reply to: Having difficulty unschooling a school boy posted by Wendi on November 8, 2007 at 11:34 am:

HI THERE!~
To me Unschooling is different for every child, it is a lifestyle of life learning and child freedom. So, if the hcild wants to learn from text books, classes even regular school, that is unschooling if the child is given all options and is surrounded by materials and opportunities.......
Unschooling for me was letting go of what I thought school needed to be......and let it become the childs very own. He is old enough tot ake a few college classes if he wants, most colleges will let you either dual enroll, or take classes for free ( with no credit) for the information and experience. You can still use it for High school credit if he wishes.
A close freind of mines daughter took her GED at 16, on her own, and started taking college classes.
Just some thoughts hope things are going well for you!~


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