Sunday, February 24, 2008

criticism, defense, gradual change and marginal unschooling

...and a great definition of unschooling, and something new on morning glories.

Those who read AlwaysLearning have already seen it.
I was criticized and defended.

A reminder about making gradual changes (new page)

What isn't unschooling? (new page)

The best summary of unschooling I've ever seen, added to the right here:

A video (I didn't make it) of how morning glories twine, added here (thanks, Rue!)

I realize I've had lots of updates in the past week. It won't last. For a while, I was only working on SCA pages. I'm going to Arizona on the weekend to speak in Tempe ( for a few days I won't be online at all. Don't be afraid that I'll send this many updates all the time.

The photo is by Holly. She put it on my MySpace.

Thanks for reading!


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The morning glory video is SO COOL. Thank you for posting it. Two more things about morning glories -- in the Pacific Northwest morning glories aren't the easiest thing to grow. Here they're an annual so they won't re-seed themselves. You have to start them indoors, and it helps to scratch the hard seed coat -- if I don't I don't get any seedlings, and if I do, I get about 25% success rate. But they're the best flower. So beautiful, grow so fast and flower so long. Here, up until frost.