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[Solved] Does unschooling actually work to educate children?

 
johnverno38
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Unschooling is a subset of homeschooling. The philosophy of unschooling is that learning is something that comes naturally (the school of life). Therefore, unschooled children are not taught a curriculum, are not graded, and take no tests. Instead, they just learn whatever it is they want to learn through their own interests and curiosities. The parents are to facilitate information to their children with whatever their children are interested in learning. The philosophy of unschooling believes that teaching a child a curriculum is a form of coercion, which they call forced learning.

Does this type of educational method actually work to educate children? Has anyone heard of any success stories from unschooling?

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Topic starter Posted : 31/12/2020 4:15 pm
johnverno38
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Unschooling is a subset of homeschooling. The philosophy of unschooling is that learning is something that comes naturally (the school of life). Therefore, unschooled children are not taught a curriculum, are not graded, and take no tests. Instead, they just learn whatever it is they want to learn through their own interests and curiosities. The parents are to facilitate information to their children with whatever their children are interested in learning. The philosophy of unschooling believes that teaching a child a curriculum is a form of coercion, which they call forced learning. https://shareit.onl/

Does this type of educational method actually work to educate children? Has anyone heard of any success stories from unschooling?

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