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From: Ron (72.230.148.244)
Subject:         Re: What you are talking about is radical unschooling
Date: October 9, 2008 at 7:32 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: What you are talking about is radical unschooling posted by GAS/FL on October 6, 2008 at 2:23 pm:

Here is my take on it. Even within unschooling, you can give your child limits. Choices within limits. For example, you have probably already set a limit that your child can't spend his time drinking beer, right?

Well, how about extending that to include anything addictive or harmful?- TV and junk food, for example, or only allowing them in limited amounts or as a reward?

Unschooling doesn't really mean no limits. It doesn't mean spending all your time channel-surfing and drinking coke and eating candy bars. Unplug the TV and the computer and you will have big protests but in a week or two, they will probably start coming up with great ideas and projects.


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