Deschooling is not just the child recovering from school damage. It's also
the parents exploring their own school and childhood damage and proactively
changing their thinking until the paradigm shift happens.—Robyn Coburn
Ten Questions with Robyn Coburn, beautiful intro by Pam Laricchia, to an interview Pam did of Robyn in June 2017, with links to the sound file and transcript.
Encouraging Creativity: Part of an intermittent series of musing on the odd objections people make to home schooling
The Beautiful Park, hard to describe, and hard to forget
Talking to Babies (one of several contributors)
Mothering During a Melt-Down, with many suggestions for avoiding melt-down situations, and strategies and tools for restoring calm
Robyn responds to questions about options, TV, freedoms...
On young children and TV: What's the Attraction? What are the Fears?
"The Early Years"
"My father was Elimar Clemens Buschmann, born in Cologne, Germany around 1917 or 18, one of nine brothers. He spent his working life as a juggler, and tightrope walker, later slackrope walker – juggling on a wire. I had always been told, since my childhood, that he invented the tennis racket trick in the early thirties. . . ." read more and see video!!