Posted in Book Reviews, Unschooling An In-Depth Look at Catholic Unschooling Published Date: October 16, 2020 Have you ever wondered about unschooling or self-directed education? The theory that children can be trusted to learn what they need to learn when they need to learn it without coercion ...
The intellectual potential of twice exceptional youth is great but sometimes difficult to recognize and cultivate due to a co-existing condition like ADHD, a learning disability, sensory issues, or other conditions that complicate learning — and teaching.
A mother has to encourage, help and support her children. She has to run alongside if necessary, sharing the experience, enjoying the journey, striving forward constantly and taking delight in any achievement. She has to provide an example. And she has to do all this even if she's tired. - Sue Elvis "Curious Unschoolers"
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