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Deschooling is vital for starting homeschooling

Deschooling is crucial if you want to have a successful homeschooling experience.

Deschooling is a way to deinstitutionalize the child or disrupt the institutionalized mindse...

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Deschooling: What Is It and How to Deschool

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Ivan Illich is known for his critique of the modern schooling system.

His writing struck a chord with many people. In "Deschooling Society", he wrote: "The pupil is thereby "schoo...

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People usually have trouble differentiating between deschooling, homeschooling, and unschooling.

Deschooling: A temporary process that aims to prepa...

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Reasons why people decide to do deschooling:

  • Deschooling is more important if your child has been in school for many years. Fourth-graders might resist the changes while...

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In school, children have to follow a specific curriculum regardless of their feelings toward the subject. Homeschooling allows for a customizable education that fit your kid's interest and ...

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Many kids experience bullying, discrimination, or other types of trauma by their peers during school years. This can affect a child's social and emotional development.

Deschooling pro...

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During deschooling, listen to your child's thoughts about their school experience, what they liked and disliked. You can experiment with different learning methods to see what will best sui...

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In schools, children learn to memorise information, pass tests, regardless whether they're unwilling, or find the subject too easy or too hard. This brings stress and makes...

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The rule of thumb: One month for every year a child has been in school. But this can vary depending on the child's temperament, previous experience, and life-stage.

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The deschooling process can be divided into three steps.

  1. Initiation Phase: Relaxation and de-stress. The first few weeks after getting out of school, ch...

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  • Take walks in nature. Go to the park or any natural attractions. Use the time to bond with your kid. Talk about what you see in nature. You can have a relaxed conversation abo...

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Deschooling will only be beneficial for your child if they perceive it as a positive experience.

  • Praise your child when they show interest in something new or learn some...

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