Contrary to how it sounds, unschooling is an active learning process and not the passive, unstructured method that its terminology would suggest. Unschoolers are homeschoolers who are focused more on the experimental process of learning and becoming educated, than with “doing school.” The focus of unschooling is on the choices made by the individual child, dictated by interests, learning style, and personality type.
Unschooling is a style of home education that allows the student’s interests and curiosities to drive the path of learning. Rather than using a defined curriculum, unschoolers trust children to gain knowledge organically.
Uzima Institute believes in partnership and community. Parent University embeds the village within program to facilitate Rites of Passage, learning of ancient customs and culture, gardening, identifying herbs and their uses, cosmology, conscious cooking, and the value of mindfulness and movement.
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