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Farm Fresh

I’ve decided–for the summer at least–to plan 1 field trip per week. It can be local or within a few hours drive, free or at least not ludicrously expensive. 731 more words


Episode 17: What it's Like to Be an Unschooled 10 Year Old, with NL Morehouse

My 10 year old son told me he wanted to come on the podcast to talk about being unschooled.  He thought maybe kids or parents who were unsure might enjoy hearing from someone who’s in the process. 60 more words


impossibletiana reblogged this on Ergo Learning and commented:

When I came across this interview I was a little skeptical, I have to admit, but it is actually poignant, entertaining, and surprising. Give a listen. Even if you're doing dishes.

Catch Up and Changes!!

It has been a while since I have blogged. It has been very busy around here. I have a lot to tell you :

CALF Festival was a great success and I will be trying to post some pictures here later today or tomorrow of the Festival. 1,313 more words


Deschooling Your Writing: How to Write for Real People (Not Teachers)

I’ve always enjoyed writing. It is one of the few activities through which I can fairly regularly achieve a state of flow and really focus my efforts into an act of creation. 1,263 more words



Sav (7 year old daughter) told me tonight that she felt the days were flying too quickly lately. She said she didn’t like it. She had mentioned it previously over the weekend, so I now figure since hearing it twice that she is indeed looking for ways to slow things down. 1,219 more words


If You Want to Work On a Startup, Avoid College Loans

Joining a startup team is an amazing, wild, incredibly worthwhile experience. You get to work on a growing project, see real, tangible products of your work on an innovative, risk-taking team, and you are forced to grow your skills daily in order to succeed. 1,038 more words


You Graduated! Now Deschool Yourself

Congratulations, Class of 2015! You’ve completed your higher education journey and graduated from college! Sure, you may be the most indebted in history (until 2016, that is), and… 1,123 more words