Defining Success As A Homeschooler & Unschooler

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Published Jul 1, 2022, 3:35 PM

Defining Success As A Homeschooler & Unschooler

Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids is a platform to share the stories of families living their own unique learning life. This learning life more often than not does not resemble the school classroom. Our community is a place to hear and share these stories and engage in a deeper discussion around the many layers that make up this learning journey. Deschooling. Childhood. Play. Learning. Parenting. Relationships.

In this Episode

This episode is a discussion from my Clubhouse community. Liana Francisco and I explore the idea of success. We explore our definitions and expectations around success and how that influences our homeschool. Have you thought about that? How does your ideas of what a successful person is influences your homeschool choices?

We further explore:

  • The pressures of "success" for our children- being above grade level, the praise we give or do not give, learning expectations
  • Dealing with Naysayers
  • Society Expectations- what do we take on and what can we let go of?
  • Parenting
  • What does it mean to be a successful homeschooler or unschooler?
  • Values & Purpose
  • Looking forward

 

Success holds personal meaning. Just remember that what you judge as successful may mean nothing to something else.

Resources

I'd love to have you join me for further conversations on success in my private community. We meet once a month on Zoom. You can go to https://www.patreon.com/honeyimhomeschoolingthekids to join. For the summer, I am offering access to all levels for our monthly meet ups.

Check out my episode with Liana Francisco, grown unschooler https://imhomeschooling.com/growing-up-unschooled/

 

 

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