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The Drive to Discover by Laura Grace Weldon -
Kids' learning is driven by their inherent drive to discover. They ask trusted adults for help or advice when they recognize they
won’t be overwhelmed with information, quizzed on what they are
learning, or a project taken over.
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No Such Thing As Unschooling Failure by Wendy Priesnitz
- Other people's rules and definitions, misconceptions about structure, and comparisons to schooling are some reasons why homeschoolers feel they're unschooling
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A Curriculum For Teaching Walking by Dave Butler - A
parody of curriculum that provides a look at what it would be like if kids were taught to walk using school methods.
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Liberate Your Education - Unschooling Is Not One-Size-Fits-All by
Susan Wight - Unschooling does not require gurus
or labels. You can tailor it to your family.
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