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Unschooling
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Unschooling is an educational method and philosophy that rejects compulsory school as a primary means for learning. Unschoolers learn through their natural life experiences including play, game play, household responsibilities, personal interests and curiosity, internships and work experience, travel, books, elective classes, family, mentors, and social interaction. Unschooling encourages exploration of activities initiated by the children themselves, believing that the more personal learning is, the more meaningful, wellunderstood and therefore useful it is to the child. While courses may occasionally be taken, unschooling questions the usefulness of standard curricula, conventional grading methods, and other features of traditional schooling in maximizing the education of each unique child. The term "unschooling" was coined in the 1970s and used by educator John Holt, widely regarded as the "father" of unschooling.[1] While often considered a subset of homeschooling, unschoolers may be as philosophically separate from other homeschoolers as they are from advocates of conventional schooling. While homeschooling has been subject to widespread public debate, little media attention has been given to unschooling in particular. Popular critics of unschooling tend to view it as an extreme educational philosophy, with concerns that unschooled children lack the social skills, structure, and motivation of their peers, especially in the job market, while proponents of unschooling say exactly the opposite is true: selfdirected education in a natural environment makes a child more equipped to handle the "real world."[2]

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1 Philosophy 1.1 Children are natural learners 1.2 Different approaches to learning 1.2.1 Developmental differences 1.2.2 Learning styles 1.3 Essential body of knowledge 1.4 The role of parents 1.5 Criticism of traditional school methods and environments 2 History and usage 2.1 Complementary philosophies 3 Home education 4 Socialization 5 Criticisms 6 Other forms of alternative education 7 See also 7.1 Persons of interest 7.2 Adult unschoolers of note 8 References 9 Further reading 9.1 Print: books 9.2 Print: articles 10 External links 10.1 Websites 10.2 Organizations 10.3 Videos 10.4 Audio
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it is senseless to try to teach it in advance. and even worse. In fact. and real-world experiences are missed when educational opportunities are limited to.[3] and assert that unschooling is better equipped to adapt to these differences.[5] Just as some children learn to walk during a normal range of eight to fifteen months. the free encyclopedia Philosophy Children are natural learners A fundamental premise of unschooling is that curiosity is innate and that children want to learn. spontaneous. experts have discovered that natural learning produces far greater changes in behavior than do traditional learning methods. how they acquire new information. From this an argument can be made that institutionalizing children in a so-called "one size fits all" or "factory model" school is an inefficient use of the children's time. research has demonstrated that this preference is not related to increased learning or improved performance. interests. boys later. In a traditional school setting.[10] en.[4] Developmental differences Developmental psychologists note that just as children reach growth milestones at different ages from each other. unschoolers believe that some children cannot help but be bored because this was something that they had been ready to learn earlier. and begin to talk across an even larger range. in the words of Holt: Since we can't know what knowledge will be most needed in the future.org/wiki/Unschooling 2/10 .8/18/13 Unschooling .[6] Traditional education requires all children to begin reading at the same time and do multiplication at the same time. Different approaches to learning Unschoolers note that psychologists have documented many differences between children in the way that they learn. those inside a school building. teachers seldom evaluate an individual student differently than other students. some children cannot help but fail. we should try to turn out people who love learning so much and learn so well that they will be able to learn whatever must be learned. goals. because it requires each child to learn a specific subject matter in a particular manner. that is. children are also prepared to learn at different ages.[10] They assert. though not necessarily an increase in the amount of information learned. community-based. because they are not yet ready for this new information being taught.[9] Essential body of knowledge Unschoolers sometimes state that learning any specific subject is less important than learning how to learn. and while teachers often use different methods.Wikipedia. and at a specific time regardless of that individual's present or future needs. unschoolers assert that they are also ready and able to read. Many unschoolers believe that opportunities for valuable hands-on. for example. girls usually earlier. at different ages. this is sometimes haphazard and not always with regard to an individual student. However. Instead.[8] Students have different learning needs. or dominated by.[7] Learning styles People vary in their "learning styles".wikipedia. at a particular pace. or any pre-existing knowledge he or she might have about the topic.

Parents tend to involve themselves. 'There is sufficient research to state without equivocation that the building in which students spends a good deal of their time learning does in fact influence how well they learn' (Earthman. G 2004:18).[11] Unschoolers argue that.. or atmospheres that are not conducive for learning and may not even correspond with later success. "[I]f [children] are given access to enough of the world. in the words of John Holt. and making sense of the world.. and they will make for themselves a better path into that world than anyone else could make for them.org/wiki/Unschooling 3/10 . of which the parent has little influence and even knowledge. Unschooling's interest-based nature does not mean that it is a "hands off" approach to education.8/18/13 Unschooling . especially with younger children (older children.[4] Common parental activities include sharing interesting books. ". and drives them away from the material being studied into strategies for fooling teachers into thinking they know what they really don't know." According to the Victorian Institute of Teaching here: [15] "Studies about student academic achievement and building condition conclude that the quality of the physical environment significantly affects student achievement. needs to possess.research has acknowledged that en. "If you wanted to create an education environment that was directly opposed to what the brain was good at doing. therefore relating more to older and younger individuals and finding their place within more diverse groups of people. regardless of the life they lead. child-led learning is more efficient and respectful of children's time. the free encyclopedia It is asserted that this ability to learn on their own makes it more likely that later.Wikipedia. According to unschooling pioneer John Holt.. unless new to unschooling.[10] and that they can return to any subject that they feel was not sufficiently covered or learn a completely new subject. and allows deeper exploration of subjects than what is possible in conventional education. takes advantage of their interests. and disgrace. often need less help finding resources and making and carrying out plans).. and helping them set goals and figure out what they need to do to meet their goals. and activities with their children. where as parents of unschoolers may be more involved in the selection of the coaches mentors their children work with and with whom they build lasting and ongoing relationships.." Proponents of unschooling assert that individualized. navigating.wikipedia.[4] Criticism of traditional school methods and environments Unschoolers question schools for lessening the parent/child bond and reducing family time and creating atmospheres of fear.the anxiety children feel at constantly being tested. punishment. Unschoolers may have time to share a role in their greater community. they can continue to learn what they need to know to meet newly emerging needs.[10] Many unschoolers disagree that there is a particular body of knowledge that every person. Often those in school have a community consisting mainly of a peer group. and advice to facilitate experiences that aid their children in accessing."[12] The role of parents Parents of unschoolers provide resources.. Medina. they will see clearly enough what things are truly important to themselves and to others. and goals. their fear of failure. guidance. severely reduces their ability both to perceive and to remember. Unschoolers may question the school environment as one that is optimal for daily learning. information. articles. Parents of school children also have little say regarding who their instructors and teachers are. According to Brain Rules by John J. when these children are adults. interests. support. you probably would create something like a classroom. helping them find knowledgeable people to explore an interest with (anyone from physics professors to automotive mechanics).

provided a definition: When pressed. cooperative practice.[13] Sudbury model schools are non-coercive. the same way they would be used at school. Neill. in a manner consistent with the philosophies behind unschooling. At Holt's death the newsletter GWS ceased. home schoolers began to differentiate between various educational philosophies within home schooling. including US presidents.[18][19] These usages share an opposition to traditional schooling techniques and the social construction of schools.org/wiki/Unschooling 4/10 .[14] At this point the term was equivalent with "home schooling" (itself a neologism). and A.": Others point out that some schools can be non-coercive and cooperative. actors. integrated into the spaces and activities of everyday life." using textbooks and exercises at home. and educators were home-schooled or dropped out of school. many highly successful people. in Holt's book Teach Your Own (originally published in 1981) Pat Farenga. suggesting that education is a matter of curiosity and desire rather than academic achievement. the Freechild Project defines unschooling as: the process of learning through life. and that he would have preferred the term "living".[13] Success and schooling also show little correlation according to some studies. school often takes a well-rounded approach that may attempt to compensate for students' weaknesses rather than building upon individual strengths and skills that they will eventually utilize professionally. writers. and complements home education. Holt contrasted the two terms: GWS will say 'unschooling' when we mean taking children out of school. In an early essay. and was popularized through John Holt's newsletter Growing Without Schooling. democratically run partnerships between children and adults. scientists. inventors. The term "unschooling" became used as a contrast to versions of home schooling that were perceived as politically and pedagogically "school-like.[15] In the same passage Holt stated that he was not entirely comfortable with this term. Catherine Baker and Grace Llewellyn emphasize unschooling as a process initiated and controlled by the learners (as opposed to their parents). including full parents' partnership. In the United States. and 'deschooling' when we mean changing the laws to make schools non-compulsory. non-indoctrinative. and not benefiting from adult manipulation.8/18/13 Unschooling . cooperative. the free encyclopedia 'student achievement lags in shabby school buildings. Most emphasize the en.. and seeks to promote those values in all areas of life. For instance. without formalized or institutionalized classrooms or schoolwork. Paul Goodman..S. In 2003.. co-author of the new edition. It follows closely on the themes of educational philosophies proposed by Jean-Jacques Rousseau. I define unschooling as allowing children as much freedom to learn in the world as their parents can comfortably bear. Thereafter a range of unschooling practitioners and observers defined the term in various ways. Further. Subsequently. Holt's use of the term emphasizes learning as a natural process.[16] New Mexico homeschooling parent Sandra Dodd proposed the term "Radical Unschooling" to emphasize the complete rejection of any distinction between educational and non-educational activities. and this is a subject for debate.Wikipedia. History and usage The term "unschooling" probably derives from Ivan Illich's term "deschooling".. where learning is individualized and child-led.wikipedia.[17] Radical Unschooling emphasizes that unschooling is a non-coercive.

navigate.[2][24] Criticisms See also: Homeschooling controversy and criticism Children won't learn what they need to know in their adult lives. Complementary philosophies Radical unschooling families may incorporate the following philosophies into their lifestyles. Unschooling expands from children's natural curiosity as an extension of their interests. benefitting from having some ability to influence and be influenced by people they encounter. Attachment Parenting. an emphasis on the smarter children. shaming of the failing children. Unconditional Parenting and Punished by Rewards. and aiding them in making and implementing goals and plans for both the distant and immediate future." providing a range of resources. a low ratio of adults to children. Many unschoolers believe that the conditions common in conventional schools. concerns. without the school. helping their children access. and the contexts they encounter them in.8/18/13 Unschooling . and Attachment Theory. goals.Wikipedia. and spaces being used.[20][21][22] and some believe this is a result of the wide range of people they have the opportunity to interact with. Unschooling is a real-world implementation of "The Open Classroom" methods promoted in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Points of disagreement include whether unschooling is primarily defined by the initiative of the learner and their control over the curriculum.[26] Unschooling children ages 5–10 scored significantly below traditionally educated children and academically oriented home schooled en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unschooling 5/10 . methods. create an unhealthy social environment.[24][25] A child may not learn the same things a regular-schooling peer does.[23] Critics of unschooling. Socialization Concerns about socialization are often a factor in the decision to unschool. needs. parenting and education books by Alfie Kohn. on the other hand. theories and practices attempting to encourage the child's development. Unschooling contrasts with other forms of home education in that the student's education is not directed by a teacher and curriculum. Voluntaryism: the idea that all forms of human association should be voluntary. and make sense of the world. voluntaryism opposes the initiation of aggressive force or coercion. argue that unschooling inhibits social development by removing children from a ready-made peer group of diverse individuals. unless an educational professional controls what material is covered. or by the techniques. and an emphasis on sitting. like age segregation. a lack of people in professions other than teachers or school administration. Home education is often considered synonymous with homeschooling. Parents who unschool their children act as "facilitators. the free encyclopedia integration of learning into the everyday life of the family and wider community. classrooms or grades. as far as possible. which is the education of children at home rather than in a school. Consequently. The Continuum Concept. Home education Unschooling is a form of home education.[20] They feel that their children benefit from coming in contact with people of diverse ages and backgrounds in a variety of contexts. a lack of contact with the community. and plans. Unschoolers cite studies that report that home educated students tend to be more mature than their schooled peers.

and conference speaker en. worldviews and socioeconomic groups if they are not enrolled in a school. the free encyclopedia children. Moore argued that many subjects have been taught too early to students and this has helped cause burnout in school children. unschooled children need other ways to make friends in their age group.[28] Because schools provide a ready-made group of peers. author. believing that their children need not know or study for the things on standardized tests.[2][24] A child might not encounter people of other cultures. not perform well on tests. This includes free democratic schools.8/18/13 Unschooling . Some unschooling blogs are fond of repeating the saying. New York State Teacher of the Year 1991 John Holt (educator) Grace Llewellyn—author/advocate/speaker/camp director Dayna Martin—unschooling advocate.[27] Most unschooling parents are unfazed by this criticism.[24] A child could be completely unmotivated and never learn anything on their own. Their long-term goal is to make their children productive caring citizens of the community.wikipedia. like the Sudbury Valley School. albeit not necessarily of the individual learner. Stonesoup School and "open learning" virtual universities.Wikipedia. "It takes one month of recovery for every one year of school.org/wiki/Unschooling 6/10 .[29] This can be especially true when one encounters a teenager recently removed from traditional school. before a child is ready to lead their own learning.[25][26] Other forms of alternative education Many other forms of alternative education also place a great deal of importance on student control of learning."[30][31] Some parents may not have the skills required to guide and advise their children in life skills or help them pursue their own interests. See also Alternative school Anarchistic free school Autodidacticism Democratic education Deschooling Society Gifted education Homeschooling Montessori method Not Back to School Camp—an annual gathering of over 100 unschoolers ages 13 to 18 School-at-home Special education Sudbury Valley School Taking Children Seriously The Teenage Liberation Handbook: How to Quit School and Get a Real Life and Education UnCollege Waldorf Education Persons of interest Catherine Baker Albert Cullum—elementary school teacher from 1960s Sandra Dodd—advocate/author/speaker John Taylor Gatto—New York City's 1989 Teacher of the Year.

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com/books?id=7RBGsl3esmgC).amazon.amazon.com/chapters/index. ^ Bunday. Retrieved 7 January 2013.Teacher of the Year acceptance speech" (http://www.ttfuture.com/Guerrilla-Learning-Education-WithoutSchool/dp/0471349607). The Teenage Liberation Handbook: How to Quit School and Get a Real Life and Education (http://www.homeschoolnewslink.html).org/guest/john_gatto. the free encyclopedia Further reading Print: books Mary Griffith (2010). Odysseus Group. originally published as Chapter 2 of Teach Your Own: A Hopeful Path for Education. Jennifer.schoolsurvival.org/10.shtml ^ McGrail. Retrieved 2008-09-04.1037/a0022697 (http://dx.com/faq/).naturalchild. The Underground History of American Education by John Taylor Gatto (complete download) (http://www.amazon. Retrieved 2008-09-04. Sandra.N. by John Holt. 30. Raymond and Dorothy Moore (1975).html). doi:10. in "To the Contrary" blog on US News and World Report website. John Taylor Gatto (2000).com/homeschool/columnists/mckee/vol7iss2_UnschoolingLeads. Gould. Learn in Freedom!. 24. Wiley. New York: Delacorte Press.jennifermcgrail. Amy. Retrieved 7 January 2013. Grace Llewelyn (1998). "FAQ" (http://www. October 6. ^ a b Unspooling Unschooling. Inc. "Amy Bell's Natural Learning Page" (http://lds-ohea. Grace Llewelyn and Amy Silver (2001).google. Unknown parameter | m i d d l e =ignored (help) a b c d ^ Common Objections to Homeschooling (http://www.E. Random House. November 27.com/Underground-History-American-EducationInvestigation/dp/0945700040/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1368308370&sr=81&keywords=the+underground+history+of+american+education).org/files/2/pdf/gotto_interview.com/id/15029646/). 1981. 26. R.amazon. ^ Bell. (2011).msn.org/age_grading_bad. by Victoria Clayton MSNBC. ^ Unschooling Leads to Self-Motivated Learning. Lowry House Pub.naturalchild.8/18/13 23.johntaylorgatto.wikipedia.htm). ^ Moore. Unschooling . & Meuse.php) en. information. 2006 ^ a b A new chapter in education: unschooling (http://www.html).concordia. Karl. The Unschooling Handbook: How to Use the Whole World As Your Child's Classroom (http://books. ISBN 9780-307-48970-8.ca/researchers/Sandra_Martin-Chang.com/Better-Late-Than-Early-Education/dp/0883490498). by Bonnie Erbe. The Underground History of American Education: A School Teacher's Intimate Investigation Into the Problem of Modern Schooling (http://www.1037%2Fa0022697).htm) Print: articles "Why Schools Don't Educate . 25. "Isn't it Natural for Children to be Divided by Age in School?" (http://learninfreedom. 27.html) Everything We Think About Schooling Is Wrong! (http://www.org/common_objections/). Guerrilla Learning: How to Give Your Kids a Real Education With or Without School (http://www. O. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science /Revue Canadienne Des Sciences Du Comportement 43: 195–202. 28.. 29. 31.pdf) – Interview with Gatto (PDF file download) "Institutional Schooling Must Be Destroyed" (http://www.Wikipedia.com/The-Teenage-Liberation-HandbookEducation/dp/0962959170).org/natural/page11.net/articles/school/history/Institutional_schooling_must_be_destroyed. Unschooling support website. Retrieved 7 January 2013.org/wiki/Unschooling 8/10 . "The impact of schooling on academic achievement: Evidence from home-schooled and traditionally-schooled students" (http://crdh.doi.msnbc. Latter Day Saints Oregon Home Education Association. 2006 ^ Martin-Chang. Better Late Than Early: A New Approach to Your Child's Education (http://www. http://www.

dmoz.com/lewrockwellshow/2010/08/24/157-we-dont-need-no-education-we-dont-need-no-thought-control-no-darksarcasm-in-the-classroom-teachers-leave-them-kids-alone/) John Taylor Gatto (http://www. Collection of essays (http://www.noogenesis.html) "The Public School Nightmare: Why fix a system designed to destroy individual thought?" (http://www.org/wiki/Unschooling 9/10 .org/nightmare.campwithwings.com/game_theory/Gatto/Gatto.lewrockwell. Homeschooling with the Classics.edflix.4Brevard.html) Surfwise (2007) (http://www.Growing Without Schooling Archive (http://www. article published by Diablo Valley School "A Short Angry History of American Forced Schooling" (http://www.unschooladventures.Wikipedia.wikipedia.imdb. Fall 1991 A set of quotes from Gatto and links to original essays (http://www.com/) Camp With Wings.html) "Against School" (http://www.com/growing-withoutschooling-issue-archive/) The Lew Rockwell Show.com/game_theory/Gatto/Gatto.com) Organizations Unschool Adventures (http://www.html) External links Websites Unschooling (http://www. 2010 (http://www.8/18/13 Unschooling .pbs.htm) Book reviews (http://layla.html) – originally published in Whole Earth Review.wtp. broken into topic sections (http://www.com).htm) Do Schools Kill Creativity TED Talk by Sir Ken Robinson (http://www.html) Videos The Board of Education (2012) (http://www.org/reviews/#gatto) by Layla AR A set of quotes from Gatto and links to original essays (http://www.net/articles/school/history/The_tyranny_of_compulsory_schooling.diablovalleyschool.schoolsurvival.com/watch? v=iG9CE55wbtY) PBS Independent Lens: A Touch of Greatness (http://www. Gatto is on the Advisory Board.org/independentlens/touchofgreatness/teacher.org/gatto. September 2003 "The Six-Lesson Schoolteacher" (http://www.com/title/tt0479547/) en.imdb.htm) – originally published in Harper's Magazine.wesjones.educationrevolution. the free encyclopedia "The Tyranny Of Compulsory Schooling" (http://www.com/homeschool/columnists/gatto.miltsov.com/) John Holt .com/gatto1.org/homrescen1. Australia (http://www.com/title/tt2302859/) Video of Gatto interview.kinzaacademy.org/gatto.johnholtgws. Aug 25.johntaylorgatto.org/archive/transcripts/john_taylor_gatto.org/Reference/Education/K_through_12/Home_Schooling/Unschooling//) at the Open Directory Project Joyce Fetteroll's unschooling site (http://joyfullyrejoycing.shtml) Gatto is a regular columnist for The Link Homeschool Newspaper Transcript of radio interview with Jerry Brown (http://www.homeschoolnewslink.php) Kinza Academy (http://www.youtube.noogenesis.com/choice/Public_Education.cantrip.shtml).org/) Homeschool Resource Centers (http://www.

com/category/the-unschoolerexperiment/podcasts/) School Sucks Project (http://schoolsucksproject.php? op=program-info&program_id=8005&nav=&) (MP3) Bartleby Project 2010 (https://www.org/wiki/Unschooling 10/10 .awakenedamerican. additional terms may apply. Inc. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation.php?title=Unschooling&oldid=568869645" Categories: Homeschooling Pedagogy Philosophy of education Alternative education Deschooling and criticism of the school system This page was last modified on 17 August 2013 at 00:35..wikipedia.unschooler.Wikipedia.nicolefilms.wikipedia. you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.radio4all. en.youtube. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.com/vidpg_4thpurpose.8/18/13 Unschooling . the free encyclopedia 4th Purpose Promo (http://www.html) – Trailer for The Fourth Purpose Collection of John Taylor Gatto quotes and videos (http://www.com/watch?v=ev7Y-XbapLc) on YouTube Retrieved from "http://en. By using this site.com/) Speech at a home schooling Conference by Radio for Peace (http://www.org/w/index.com/thinkers/john-taylor-gatto-quotes) Audio Unschooler Experiment Podcast (http://www. a non-profit organization.net/index.