(EBOOK) JUMP, FALL, FLY, from Schooling to Homeschooling to Unschooling


Distracting to read I m wondering if somehow the kindle version I downloaded might be a rough draft I honestly can t imagine its their final edited version that they intentionally put out Very disappointing especially for paying 999 For anyone uncovering unschooling and wanting to know how it works as this magical tale unravels you will discover that no size fits all it s a personal journey tailor made for each individual family by themselves This beautiful family allow you to uncover unconventional truths authentic living BEING together and Living wholesomely yes it s about a real family with real insight with real experiences that will help you discover your path and know that there is no one size fits all but there is a Whole life to be discovered when you choose to live After reading this tale I felt as if I knew each family member personally and I was left feeling that Life is beautiful no matter what path you take just keep it REAL It s especially a light for those of us *Who Sometimes Feel All Alone * sometimes feel all alone we not and a entle reminder is sometimes all we need Thank You Really reat first hand account of a family s journey through various education systems until finding unschooling to be the right choice for them Incorporates practical useful exercises for families irrespective of their schooling choice. Ional system can claim anything consistently it would be that it is masterful at evoking a destructive axis of boredom and anxiety accounting for the increasing levels of mental health problems in young people Play that vital natural force has been relegated to a tolerated indulgence and even then stripped of its pleasure by being over regulated with anxiety about all kinds of risk Jump Fall Fly sets out the 7 keys to pursuing a free and unschooling way of life and explains why they matter All the insights arise not from educational why they matter All the insights arise not from educational but from actual practical parenting It is uite one thing to debate these ideas many of which people agree about but uite another to plunge the whole family into a new way of life that the mainstream just is not ready to acceptThis book offers companionship to parents making these changes and offers support through identification of both the challenges and the solutions The benefits are overwhelming with childhood as a natural period of life unencumbered by overbearing responsibility protected As importantly the uestions about how to navigate the future are developed out of a discourse between adults and children led by the children Jump Fall Fly is a courageous thought provoking book and ultimately a call to action for all parents. The courageous story of a Family S Search For Community s search for community continents with lots of imaginative and easy to usesuggestions for allowing and nurturing curiosity compassion and creativity in children and their parents Lehla s delightfulillustrations add life to this pleasurable read about family dynamics and education in the broadest sense of the word animportant addition to "any parents library Jump Fall Fly offers a refreshing portrayal of an unschooling family told from a dual point "parents library Jump Fall Fly offers a refreshing portrayal of an unschooling family told from a dual point view We don t often et the male perspective of embracing alternative education and the responsibility and joys that Portrait of a Starter: An Unhidden Story go along with this way of life Lehla and Anthony offer an intimate look at how their family lives and learns without school interweaving their uniue voices and their personal stories about supporting trusting anduiding their three children along a path of autonomous learning and rich life experiences What an amazing read It s not often a book makes you rethink essential concepts foundational principles and core beliefs like Jump Fall Fly I was delighted entertained stimulated and challenged on a topic that could have easily been dry or ordinary I highly recommend this book for anyone looking to rethink the role of education in the lives of our children and the power of exploring "new ways of thinking doing and. FAMILIES AND YOUNG PEOPLE ARE HAVING TO ADAPT "ways of thinking doing and. FAMILIES AND YOUNG PEOPLE ARE HAVING TO ADAPT THE WORD PANDEMIC CHANGES THE WORLDIF EVER THERE WAS A MOMENT TO ASK HARD UESTIONS ABOUT HOW FAMILIES LIVE TOGETHER AND HOW CHILDREN COULD LEARN THIS IS ITAuthors of Jump Fall Fly Anthony and Lehla have lived the last 9 years with their children at home and have been working from home too They have written a loving compassionate and insightful book about how you make it work What makes it hard and what makes it easy They argue from their own experience for the right of children to pursue their own interests and learning through natural curiosity play and joy Their children's learning and education is led by the children themselves driven by their interests their passions and their own innate problem solving abilities Respect democratic principle eual dialogue collaboration and kindness replace coercion instruction disciplining obedience competition and fear mongeringThis approach also makes for a much harmonious home life for allA challenging counter intuitive courageous proposal for abandoning our mainstream education system and systems of teaching Jump Fall Fly suggests we need to abandon a broken unfixable system that is causing misery for children It shows how doing this can create a joyful and fulfilling way to Succeeding Bravo to the authors for their courage How the West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly--and the Stark Choices Ahead generosity and intellectual curiosity as I feel this book has made a difference in how I view the educa The uncorked child is one that has not been suppressed oppressed controlled and crushed Yes extreme words but let s not beat around the bush Children everywhere areetting crushed and coerced in so called service of their future success This oppression often delivered under the banner of being in the child s best of their future success This oppression often delivered under the banner of being in the child s best can become a burden from under which they may never become free Suppress a child at your peril for they may never et over it Anthony Eldridge RogersYES Schooling damages children Or at the very least limits their potential But making a change is SCARY Especially if you don t know anyone else doing it That s what this book is for It will take *You Through A Personal Account Of How One Family Began * through a personal account of how one family began unschooling journey and the amazing life of freedom you can ive your children If you need a boost of confidence or courage to be able to take the leap then this will help I m not sure if I ll be able to make it through this whole book I ve read many unschooling books and am fascinated by the subject but unfortunately this book is incredibly poorly written The awkward wording and phrasing the crazy amount of rammatical errors all make it so. "Repare children for the future world approaching at breakneck speed With laughter less toxic stress better adult child relationships and a "children for the future world approaching at breakneck speed With laughter less toxic stress better adult child relationships and a family lifeAll parents are confronted with a dilemma when they have childrenHow do they face up to the reality that almost all schooling institutions are not fit for purpose And what is that purpose when it comes to raising children In short preparing them to live and thrive in a world that will be utterly changed again over the next 20 years and beyond But than that it is becoming increasingly clear that schools schooling and the constant crack of the competitive educational whip are causing untold misery for many children robbing them of childhood before it is hardly establishedThat theft starts when children's own natural curiosity and desire to learn is uashed by the demands of the system as they are told to sit still pay attention pass tests and learn not what they are interested in but that which has been prescribed for them As soon as we can we start to imprison their minds within curriculum and targets and anxieties And the irony piled high on all this coercion and stress is that most of what we are still teaching children in those curriculum's will be obsolete or unusable within the next few decades If the educat. .

Mr Anthony Eldridge-Rogers, Mrs Lehla Eldridge õ 7 Download

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 JUMP, FALL, FLY, from Schooling to Homeschooling to Unschooling