Suggested Reading

Sandra Dodd’s Big Book of UnschoolingMoving a Puddle and Free to Learn make a wonderful foundation for an unschooling library. We will be selling all three books at the symposium.

There is a wealth of information available online. We ask people who have limited experience and knowledge of unschooling to learn more about it before attending the event.

Helpful articles and interviews include:

Learning for Fun, interview with Sandra Dodd

Five Steps to Unschooling, by Joyce Fetteroll

I Live Therefore I Learn, by Pam Sorooshian

Meet Kate Fridkis, Who Skipped K-12 and Is Neither Weird nor Homeless, by Peter Gray

Unschooling: The New Class of Learning, Euronews video report

More Sandra Dodd interviews

Articles by Joyce Fetteroll

A Rich, Supportive Environment, interview with Joyce Fetteroll

How to Be a Good Unschooler, by Pam Sorooshian

Freeing Butterflies: A Grandmother’s Journey to Homeschooling Acceptance, by Zann Carter

Unschooling and Mathematics, by Sandra Dodd

Unschooling Curriculum Ideas

Unschoolers in College, by Pam Sorooshian

Kinder and More Compassionate, interview with Rippy Dusseldorp Saran (source: Dodd, Sandra. “Kinder and More Compassionate”. The Homeschooler. Fall 2013: 16-18. Print.)

Leiden Home Learners will be organizing an open meeting on March 29th 2013, from 1-3pm to discuss the basics of radical unschooling as defined by the Always Learning list. The meeting is intended to help people better understand unschooling, so that they are able to get more out of the symposium. Please contact Rippy for more details.

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