Homeschooling Why and How

Child-led learning

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“What is meant by non-interference of the school in learning?…(It means) granting students the full freedom to avail themselves of teaching that answers their needs, and that they want, only to the extent that they need and want it; and it means not forcing them to learn what they do not need or want…I doubt whether the kind of school I am discussing will be common for another century. It is not likely that schools based on students’ freedom of choice will be established even a hundred years from now.”

— Count Leo Tolstoy   1862

 “The fatal pedalogical error is to throw answers, like stones, at the heads of those who have not yet asked the questions.”

— Paul Tillich

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