This week, we’re revisiting a popular compilation episode from last year. Many people have asked me whether any former or current teachers have been interviewed on the podcast. And the answer to that question is a big YES! We have had more than 20 podcast episodes featuring guests who were or are teachers or university professors, who study education, or even who teach education courses.
Does it seem like a strange leap to make from being a teacher to being an unschooler? To me, choosing teaching indicates an interest in children and in learning, so to dive into that even more deeply with their own children through unschooling seems like a rather natural next step to take.
This episode contains snippets from six teachers turned unschoolers sharing about their journey. It’s inspiring to hear from them, especially during this frenzied, “back to school” season. And if you’re interested in hearing more from all of our episodes featuring teachers turned unschoolers, I have a reference page here for you to check out.
Audio clips taken from these episodes
EU106: Unschooling Connections with Kelly Callahan
EU054: From Teaching to Unschooling with Grace Koelma
EU243: Parenting Shifts with Sarah Peshek
EU213: Unschooling and Math with Marcella O’Brien
EU193: Unschooling Younger Kids with Martha Delmore
EU254: Finding Unschooling with Daniela Bramwell
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