Noah Tetzner is seventeen, left school last fall, and it was not long before he was passionately unschooling. We talk about his transition from school to unschooling, what excites him about unschooling, the podcast he’s now had time to start, his advice for new unschooling parents and lots more.
Questions for Noah
Can you share with us a bit about you and your family?
You were homeschooled before going to private school for grades 9 to 11, and you left school last fall. What led up to that choice? What kind of conversations did you have with your parents about it?
What were you envisioning for yourself when you left school? Had you heard of unschooling at that point?
What were your first weeks and months like? How did you find the transition from school to being in control of your days?
Nowadays, you’re passionate about unschooling. What excites you the most about it?
You host a podcast as well! Can you share the story of how that came about?
And lastly, what piece of advice would you like to share with unschooling parents who are just starting out on this journey?
Links to things mentioned in the show
Noah’s podcast website, The History of Vikings
And you can follow him on Twitter