Thursday, April 25, 2013
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
New, by Kandace Wright, about the confidence from learning to read on one's own, at the top:
Halfway down, new stories by Deb Lewis and Colleen Prieto, about learning (not teaching):
Two new recordings, from the HSC conference in 2012. The first four listed here are all of presentations I've done.
The new talks are the first and third on the list,
Sandra Dodd: Happiness Inside and Out (written notes)
Sandra Dodd: Why Radical Unschooling (written notes)
Monday, April 22, 2013
A new portfolio example by Brie Jontry, for Noor, Pennsylvania, April 2013:
New comments on "Precisely How to Unschool":
Monday June 24, 2013, Joyce Fetteroll, Sandra Dodd and Julie Daniel in Selkirk:
Sometimes it's a medieval staircase from France on which Schuyler and Sandra walked!
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Jo Isaac sent a photo of Kai's bone museum, in Adelaide (it's in their house, and it's good)
http://sandradodd.com/museum (near the bottom)
This is just cool for me: a quote of mine on a tile clock:
In March and early April, 2014, Joyce Fetteroll and I are going to visit Schuyler Waynforth in Australia. We will take the opportunity to run Always Learning Live presentations and discussions in several cities. Plans are still forming up, and the schedule will appear and solidify gradually here:
Saturday, April 6, 2013
I found a 1998 article that wasn't published. It has some bits I can use for Just Add Light.
I have a regular column in The Homeschooler magazine, which is now available for subscription within the U.S. For many years it was The California Homeschooler, and was published for members of the HomeSchool Association of California. The magazine is in transition to a slightly larger issue. The next issue will have my interview with Schuyler Waynforth, and you can get to more information and subscription information here:
I'm named in two articles in the current online issue of The Journal of Unschooling and Alternative Learning.
In "The Challenges and Benefits of Unschooling, According to 232 Families Who Have Chosen that Route", I'm cited as the third most named influence on people's choice to unschool (after Holt and Gatto).
I'm cited in "Unschooling, Then and Now," by Kellie Rolstad and Kathleen Kesson, professors of education whose children were/are unschooled.
Friday, April 5, 2013
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Why do people unschool? New writing by Jihong Larson added, to the right:
Interview, podcast, me about unschooling for over an hour, if you can stand that sort of thing.
Unschooling and Yoga Philosophy – An Interview with Sandra Dodd, by Cate Stillman, January 2013, free to download, or listen at the provided link.
The photo's a link.