one or two articles will be added when I find them
Articles in California HomeSchooler magazine:
June 2012 "Little Tools for an Epic Life"
Unschooling in the World
(articles will be available to read here
a month after their publication in The Homeschooler Magazine)
December 2012 "A Rich, Supportive Environment"
with Joyce Fetteroll, of Westfield, Massachusetts, USA
March 2013 "Unschooling is Life"
with Pam Laricchia, of Erin, Ontario, Canada
June 2013 "Four Continents"
with Schuyler Waynforth of Currumbin Waters, Queensland, Australia
September 2013 "Kinder and More Compassionate"
with Rippy Dusseldorp of Leiden, in the Netherlands
December 2013 The Most Repeated Unschooling Questions of All Time
Not really an interview, but a set of questions Rippy Dusseldorp, Marta Pires and I came up with for use in the summer of 2013. They're here in Portuguese, and an annotated version (unfinished).
March 2014 "The Efficiency of Unschooling"
with Julie Daniel of Ashford, Surrey, UK
June 2014 Montana to Italy via Godzilla
with Deb Lewis of Deer Lodge, Montana, USA (coming to the site when you're lucky!)
Fall 2014 "India, New Jersey and the Civil War"
with Hema Bharadwaj, an unschooling mom and an artist (just photos for now)
Winter 2014 Some Thoughts about Late Reading
(More photos to come.)
Spring 2015 Jill Parmer, (needs to be moved and formatted)
Future columns will feature ideas from some others it's too early to name, but I intend to introduce unschoolers I've met in my work and travels whose ideas have depth and joy.
Follow-up to 2013 HSC Unschooling Symposium|
The Five W's
Notes on my part in the symposium
Follow-up to 2012 HSC presentations
Happiness Inside and Out (sound file on that page)
Friday, August 3, 10:45-12:00
Deschooling: How and Why?
Friday, August 3, 2:00-3:30
Unschooling Very Well
Saturday, August 4, 10:45-12:00
Why Radical Unschooling?
(sound file on that page)
Sunday, August 5, 9:00-10:15
2007 Unschooling Panel, questions answered in writing after the event was over:
Some links aren't working anymore, but there are some good responses (not all of which I loved equally).