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July 24, 2020  

178: Strewing, Unschooling and Charlotte Mason

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This week, I'm sharing and discussing two stories about strewing:

 

Time For Some Strewing

 

Unschooling When Charlotte Mason Also Appeals to Our Hearts

 

I'm also talking about overwhelming times, how we don't have to be perfect, and looking for the delights in our days.

 

Show Notes

 

A Blog Post

Unschooling When Charlotte Mason Also Appeals to Our Hearts

 

Podcasts

Episode 151: All About Strewing

Episode 30: Why Classical Music Is Not Enough

 

A Book

The Book of Delights by Ross Gay

 

My Unschooling Books

Curious Unschoolers: Kindle

Curious Unschoolers: paperback

Radical Unschool Love: Kindle

Radical Unschool Love: paperback

My Amazon Author Page

 

 

Where You Can Find Me

My Stories of an Unschooling Family community

Youtube

Sue Elvis

Blogs

Stories of an Unschooling Family

Where the Carol Birds Sing

 

Thank you for listening to this episode. If you enjoy my podcast, please consider sharing the link so that we can spread the word about unschooling!

 

Please feel welcome to visit my blog Stories of an Unschooling Family to leave a comment!

 

July 13, 2020  

177: Encouraging Unschooling Kids and Mothers

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This week, I'm talking about encouragement. I have two encouragement stories to share with you which I'm hoping you haven't heard before. But if you are familiar with them, will you think, "Sue is getting repetitive"? Will you consider giving my podcast a negative review? I hope not. Instead, maybe
 you'll offer some feedback. 

Do you have any ideas for future episodes of this podcast? What would you like to hear about?

Most of my kids are grown up, so often I don't have any current unschooling news to share with you, (unless, of course, you're interested in hearing about my unschool learning). Over the years, I have explored a lot of unschooling topics multiple times, and sometimes it seems like I have said everything possible. Could it be time to pack up my mic? Move on and do something else?

I'd love to hear your thoughts. I know they will be kind and encouraging! 

 

Episode Details

0:00 intro

1:53 discouraging words and negative podcast reviews

3:46 Crushed by a Label

11:11 story comments

13:07 Encouraging Each Other to Do Difficult Things 

16:08 How I Became a Runner

24:46 what I learnt from my running adventure 

33:01 other encouraging stories 

33:53 I’d love to hear your thoughts!

34:42 Summit interviews worth watching 

38:17 unschooling: something worth hearing about 

38:55 an encouraging unschooling community 

39:48 thank you for listening!

 

Show Notes

Blog Post

Encouraging Each Other to Do Difficult Things

  

The Homeschooling Global Summit

The Homeschooling Global Summit

My 2020 Summit interview

 

My Unschooling Books

Curious Unschoolers: Kindle

Curious Unschoolers: paperback

Radical Unschool Love: Kindle

Radical Unschool Love: paperback

My Amazon Author Page

 

 

Where You Can Find Me

My Stories of an Unschooling Family community

Youtube

Sue Elvis

Blogs

Stories of an Unschooling Family

Where the Carol Birds Sing

 

Thank you for listening to this episode. If you enjoy my podcast, please consider sharing the link so that we can spread the word about unschooling. A quick encouraging review or rating would help too!

Please feel welcome to visit my blog Stories of an Unschooling Family to leave a comment.  I hope to see you inside my unschooling community. And if you haven't already seen it, perhaps you'd like to check out my Homeschooling Global Summit interview!

 

 

July 3, 2020  

176: How Curious Unschooled Kids Learn

This week, I'm talking about how children learn:

0:00 intro

1:30 News: Podcast chapters

2:55 My Homeschooling Global Summit interview

7:25 Unschooling alone: things I’ve been doing and learning about

15:18 Is It Really Okay if Kids Play All Day?

25:53 Comments about the story

30:30 How Ticking Off Boxes Can Be a Waste of Time

35:45 Comments about the story

43:48 Looking ahead and other end things 

 

Show Notes

 

Blog Post

How Ticking Off Boxes Can Be a Waste of Time

 

Video

What's in Your Strewing Basket?

 

The Homeschooling Global Summit

The Homeschooling Global Summit

Our 2019 Homeschooling Global Summit Interviews

 

My Unschooling Books

Curious Unschoolers: Kindle

Curious Unschoolers: paperback

Radical Unschool Love: Kindle

Radical Unschool Love: paperback

My Amazon Author Page

 

Other Things I Mentioned

Powtoon

Adobe Indesign

Adobe Font Packs

Skillshare

 

Where You Can Find Me

My Stories of an Unschooling Family community

Email Me

Youtube

Sue Elvis

Blogs

Stories of an Unschooling Family

Where the Carol Birds Sing

 

Thank you for listening to this episode. If you enjoy my podcast, please consider sharing the link so that we can spread the word about unschooling. A quick review or rating would help too!

Please feel welcome to visit my blog Stories of an Unschooling Family to leave a comment.  I hope to see you inside my unschooling community. And perhaps you'd like to watch my Homeschooling Global Summit interview!

 

 

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