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28 Jul Guide to Homeschooling- The “Unschooler” Method- Stanford University Pt. 4



“Unschoolers” follow a rhythm more than they stick to a schedule.

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Tanya Smith-Johnson graduated high school at 17 and enlisted into the United States Navy as a member of the Hospital Corps. She was awarded a NROTC scholarship to Hampton University. Smith-Johnson graduated in 2002 with a B.S. in biology and M.S. in Medical Science in 2004. She began medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2004 a few days after giving birth to her second child but withdrew after many setbacks, sacrifices and challenges. Tanya decided to stay home with her children after her husband was deployed to Afghanistan. The Johnson’s made the decision to homeschool their children from that point on and never looked back. They now have 4 children. Tanya Smith-Johnson is now training to become a midwife.

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20 Comments
  • Chris
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    Unschooling is not teaching the child it is providing resources to help them learn what they are interested in. Learning organically from the wolrd around them. I prefer the Charlotte Mason Method over Unschooling but since my son has special needs we lean more towards Unschooling, gameschooling- Charlotte Mason flair.

  • Chris
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    That isn't unschooling sounds more like Charlotte Mason schooling. Your homeschool and children sound wonderful.

  • Tirzah McPherson
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    Thank you for such a peaceful welcoming explanation of how your family learns!

  • Voice of Clarity
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    I disagree with her definition of unschooling. Her style seems slightly relaxed, but what she described is definitely not unschooling, in my opinion.

  • a. Marie
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    I loved this idea and its something ive been doing already. Subbbed. Can you tell me anything more on help getting down that timeline and reading materials?

  • Tara H
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    New sub👋

  • TheEarthNerdAnarchist
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    This is amazing and inspiring. I loveeee the idea of unschooling

  • ANGELICA TREJO
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    Hi!
    This video is from long time ago, how are you doing today?
    We are unscheduled from 4 years ago.
    We change a lot our learning process, sometimes im afraid if we are advancing. In the place that we live, we don't have many resources near and that make me feel that we need more living experience. Internet became our main resource and the books that we can get.

  • ANGELICA TREJO
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    Hi!

  • Sarah Tonen
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    i'm really excited i found you!!!! i think we're in a similar mindset with homeschool. we are just starting so we're deschooling. my boys LOVE the library, they love books. i love the living textbook idea. it's perfect for us…we are starting with sound frequency magnets, crystals and rocks, 2nd grade math curriculum, creative writing, mythology, architecture. then the boys have classes they take in the afternoons…. i really love your style. SUBBED!!!!!!!!
    the boys have an adventure bag we take everywhere, it has 2 flashlights, a compass, 2 magnifying glasses, a note book, a pen and a camera. we also sometimes bring binoculars

  • Regina Crystal
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    New subbie!

  • Jennifer Douglas-Craig
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    Thank you for this! So great to see what other people are doing. My kids are young but I think we are leaning toward unschooling. 🙂

  • Christine Cooper
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    You GO Mama!!!!! Awesome!!!!!!

  • Momma Schmooze Homeschool Reviews
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    thanks for sharing all this information on unschooling! new sub here. I am a new homeschooler. i love charlotte mason style too!

  • Rae A
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    You are a cool mom!

  • Ashley Wiggins
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    Great Video!

  • Talbott Harrison
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    I know this is an older video but how do you keep the state happy with unschooling? like documentation and what not.

  • Pepper and Pine
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    Great overview. I've never heard unschooling as rhythm based schooling; I like that description.
    -Hana

  • Cass Vines
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    Thanks for sharing.. Very interested in home school maybe unschooling

  • La Couponista
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 July

    Thank you !!!! I needed this sooo much as a homeschooling mom. Thank you for taking the time to explain.

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