Trusting the Learning Process (Part Two)

Trusting the learning process is essential to Unschooling success. Shifting our perspective on what learning looks like and challenging our experiences and often deeply held beliefs on how children learn will help us move towards being able to better support our children. In our Unschooling homes learning has the potential to take on many formsContinue reading “Trusting the Learning Process (Part Two)”

Embracing Inquisitiveness

Our children have an innate ability to learn. When our children learn without school and curriculum based learning they are free to follow their own curiosity. They are intrinsically motivated to engage with whatever interests them, to question, and observe, and to try things out, and wonder at the world. Our responsibility as adults isContinue reading “Embracing Inquisitiveness”

Trusting the Learning Process (Part One)

Children are born with a natural ability to learn. They are naturally curious, interactive, engaged, exploratory, and playful. They learn, amongst other things, to recognise their main care givers, they learn to crawl and walk, and they learn to feed themselves. They do all these things with the support from family members and without tuition.Continue reading “Trusting the Learning Process (Part One)”

What does Learning look like?

Learning in an Unschooling household looks like a million different things: It can be jumping straight in and giving something new a try or taking it slow and doing something little by little or even sitting back and watching before giving it a try. Learning can be spending five minutes on a game before spendingContinue reading “What does Learning look like?”