Tuesday, July 29, 2014

The goal, for me...

 photo DSC00156.jpgThe goal, for me, is that they will be thoughtful, compassionate, curious, kind and joyful.
That's all. Just that.
photo by Sandra Dodd

Monday, July 28, 2014

The family as a base

Parents unschooling as a way of life can discover learning that no school can find—but the core aspect is the family as a base for learning about family, relationships, resources/money, food, about sleep and laughter.
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This was from notes I wrote for an interview.
I didn't use them, so they're here now.
SandraDodd.com/respect might charm and soothe.
photo by Sandra Dodd

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Scenery is where you see it.

We seek out interesting “scenic routes” in real and figurative ways.  photo P3130148.jpg
photo by Marty Dodd

Saturday, July 26, 2014


 photo DSC02484.jpg"A pretty cool side-effect of unschooling—knowing when you've had enough (food, cake, money, candy, TV, or anything else). And being happy."
—Colleen Prieto
photo by Sandra Dodd

Friday, July 25, 2014

A way to change the world

 photo IMG_1854.jpgLots of people fantasize about finding a way to change the world, but if you can help other parents avoid sorrow and help children live happier lives, that is world changing.
photo by Rippy Dusseldorp

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Learning is good.

 photo DSC09019.jpg If life is a busy, happy swirl, they will learn. Learning is guaranteed. The range and content will vary, but the learning will happen.
photo by Sandra Dodd

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Years of learning nothing

 photo DSC09763.jpgThe seventh annual Learn Nothing Day is already in progress in some parts of the world. The first few were epic-fail events, but some families have experience now and should be able to be more successful.

To assist in a lack of learning for the unschoolers in New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia and India, I'm not leaving a link. I have chosen a boring photo. Relax.
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