Donna Anderson joins me this week to talk about her family’s unschooling journey. We dive deep into her family’s interests, some of which are individual and many of which they share as a family. We also explore the idea of an unschooling nest, talk about some of the challenges of deschooling, and how maintaining strong family relationships really makes such a difference when times are hard.
Questions for Donna:
Can you share with us a bit about you and your family? What is everybody interested in right now?
How did you discover unschooling and what did your family’s move to unschooling look like?
What did you find to be one of the more challenging aspects of deschooling? And how did you work through it?
An idea that comes up pretty regularly in unschooling circles is building an unschooling nest. It seems simple on the surface, but there are so many aspects to it, aren’t there?
You’ve been unschooling for a few years now and life has its ups and downs. What has been your experience with unschooling through big changes and challenges?
At this point on your journey, what is your favourite thing about your unschooling lives?
Things Mentioned in the Episode
Pam’s article, Are You Playing the Role of Mother?
You can find Donna on Facebook
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