Logic and unschooling
Twenty Questions, with some explanation and links to games you can play against a computer online.
Daily quote, link and photo, easy to subscribe to: Just Add Light and Stir
Why "screentime" is a problem (and why the word should not be used, unless one also uses "cloth time," paper time" and "door stuff"): Screentime
from a blog called Raising Miro on the Road of Life, 24 Core Questions for Self-Directed Learners- ANSWERED
It's a set of responses to 5-W questions they found on yet another blog. :-) Their "Why?" is only lightly answered, because (inefficiently), the original set contained the question "What are my goals?" (which strikes me as the heart of "why?")
|Q&A from October 2013
Things asked at the symposium that could use links:
Are video games addicting? Addiction (some science, some logic, some experience), Obsession, focus, single-mindedness, and more about Video Games in general. Also see Violence
Pam Sorooshian's article on Economics of Restricting TV Watching of Childrenk
The balance between these two is the perfect place to be. Just Do It, but do it gradually.
Gradual Change and the complementary Do It: If you're going to unschool, do it now and do it well.
More might be added during or after the symposium.