| Ideas and Suggestions
For new unschoolers:
Other Unschooling Sites:
Joyfully Rejoycing Joyce Fetteroll
Living Joyfully Pam Laricchia
Some Local Contacts
If you're having a hard time finding unschoolers near you, there are more ideas here about where and how you might look.
News Articles, Research, Media...
Although this isn't named "unschooling" it's run by unschoolers and so articles posted will be heavily unschooling-related. unchooling.blogspot.com
Seeing other unschooling families and hearing speakers sometimes makes the biggest difference for a family. Here are links to conference announcements in the U.S., and where I collect my own speaking appearances: http://speakingsandradodd.blogspot.com
"My kids might never know how much they owe their fabulous childhood to unschooling.com, and that's the way it should be, but *I'll* be forever grateful!"
[Patti Schmidt, unschooling-dotcom, 5/05/03]
Help is here!
There's even help for remembering to breathe.
This site, SandraDodd.com/unschooling, is my own greatest contribution to the unschooling-help arena, but there are other places you can go.
Today was Amazing, Heather Booth
Seeking Nectar, Rippy Dusseldorp
The Bharadwaj Shine, Hema Bharadwaj
Unschooling Supermom, Mary King
Living our Own Lives, Julie
Blog of the Zombie Princess, Ronnie Maier
Living the Unschooling Life, Christine Yablonski
Second to the Right, Mandy Sicard
The Mahogany Way, Darcel Harmon
our joyful life, Kelli Traaseth
Hummingbird Haven, Gail Higgins
Sandra Dodd (Dodd family news)
MANY MORE (lefthand column)
"How to Be a Good Unschooler"
Doing Unschooling Right (title from a series of videos organized by the "Do Life Right" site)
What Helps Make Unschooling Better? (edited transcription of an online chat)
Radical Unschooling Info, an open group on Facebook (you can read without joining)
Links to many sound files (some interviews, many conference presentations) and a few videos are here: SandraDodd.com/listen
Typical Days is a collection of all that happened in one day in the lives of various unschooling families.
See the blogs at left, too, which have their own links to other blogs and sites.