" I know this is almost two years late....
But I would LOVE to have at least a one person network, than no one as well! Since I see you haven't posted again, I can only assume you are just THAT busy? Heck,…"
Hi, my name is Susan. This is my first year to homeschooling. I'm a bit of a late bloomer. My son Austin is 13 and the youngest of 7 Unschooling wasn't so hard, but always wondering if I'm "doing it right" is. We live in Glenola which is a all town near High Point, Greensboro, Asheboro. as far as I know thee are no other unschoolers around. I need networking, friends, etc.
Radical unschool means having the freedom to learn without the constricting rules of public school. We can teach our child about God and use the name of Jesus without censure. It also means I will hear lectures and have the disapproval of my mother and future daughter-in-law who are both teachers. I means that my son who hated homework and was always withdrawn at school can now learn in the place that he feels most comfortable...home!
how long have you been unschooling or homeschooling?
This is our first year homeschooling. All my other children went to public school.
first names of children
a little about me
I'm a nurse in the emergency dept. I am married to a paramedic. We have a blended family. His children are 23 and 18; the rest are mine. Ed and I have been married for 6 years.
We decided last year to start homeschooling and he, my daughter and my mother attended a homeschool convention. I was unable to attend due to work. We bought all the stuff and had great intentions, but we have strange work schedules and are poor organizers. I have decided that the best fit for us and our son is unschooling. His current passion is training dogs. We read about dogs, watch animal planet shows about dogs and have a blast playing with our 2 dogs.