Is there any other kind? I mean, unschooling *is* radical. Is radical unschooling even more radical than that? Are they two different ideas? Seriously, I want to know!
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9/19/04 at 5:48pm
|When I was answering what the "radical" in radical unschooling meant I just meant that this is what it might mean for some families like mine. I do not think that unschooling has to include these things, just that at my house it definately does. Sorry for the confusion there! Big smiles.|
Originally Posted by Dar
I really think the hardest part about unschooling is having faith, especially in the beginning. I was lucky in that Rain's academic-type skills were really "ahead" when she was younger, so it was easy to let go and not worry. By the time she got "behind" in some areas, I had already seen how it all worked out, so I didn't really worry...