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Join Judy Dudich and guest, author and homeschooling mom, Suzie Andres (A Little Way of Homeschooling) as they explain the ideas and lifestyles of "unschooling". Known as a world within the world of homeschooling, unschooling often raises eyebrows and brings lots of lively (and controversial) discussions to the table!What IS unschooling and is it for YOU?Tune in and find out!Enjoy the CHAT room, while the show is on the air. Simply scroll down the show page and the chat box will open/
Meet Michelle Barone. Are you curious about unschooling or want to give your current unschooling commitment a boost? Want to hear some juicy information from established leaders in the unschooling field? Michelle, a counselor and energy psychologist and expert in Neuro Emotional Technique and Home or Unschooling, will share her wisdom on how we can better serve children – our future.
Tonight my guest is Dayna Martin. Dayna Martin has been at the forefront of the unschooling movement for the past decade. Author of, Radical Unschooling: A Revolution Has Begun, she’s been featured on Dr. Phil, CNN, Nightline, and Fox News several times. She was even used as an informational resource for Unschooling stories on the Discovery Channel, The Today Show and Our America on the OWN Network. She travels the world as the UnNanny, and is a featured speaker at the major unschooling conferences worldwide.
Find out just what unschooling is, how it works and WHY you might want to do it yourself
What kind of Crazy title is that for a radio show? Well, on the show tonight I will be talking with Dayna Martin, unschooling mom, doula, and author of SEXY BIRTH. So of course we will be discussing all things unschooling and when you get two doulas together, you know we are going to talk about birth, new book or not.
Dayna Martin has been at the forefront of the unschooling movement for the past decade. Author of, Radical Unschooling: A Revolution Has Begun, she’s been featured on Dr. Phil, CNN, Nightline, and Fox News several times. She was even used as an informational resource for Unschooling stories on the Discovery Channel, The Today Show and Our America on the OWN Network. She travels the world as the UnNanny, and is a featured speaker at the major unschooling conferences worldwide.
As an unschooling parent, author, and advocate, Dayna has been featured and interviewed in hundreds of local, regional, and international television and radio pieces about Radical Unschooling over the last several years. She and her husband Joe appeared as the featured guests on Dr. Phil Show in November 2006 introducing Radical Unschooling to the world.
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Rockin' Mama, Leah Stotlz, joins Sara for a conversation about homeschooling, unschooling, and the art of following what feels better as a parent.
Is a college education really necessary for success in business? What do you need to know to work in business? Are there better ways to learn what you need to know to compete in business? What is "unschooling?" We interview author and businessman Mike Hill for answers.
A weekly rant on business issues. Talk radio format. Toll-free at 888-488-5645. This week is about the idea of "unschooling" that is gaining popularity. Why do we push everyone toward the same type of college education as a primary credential for the workplace? Are there better ways to learn what we need to know for success in the real world of work?
The majority of individuals in this country will retire without owning anything. 96% of the population will retire with less than $400 in assets. These are all educated and well learned individuals who for the most part went to school and learned to sacrifice their entire economic future for some corporation or their government. Visit my blog
Most have to depend on welfare and social security to make ends meet. Great fall back plan huh? one wonders if the statistics are so grim, why do they perpatrate this image of guaranteed wealth and success if one simply toes the line.
Join me as we expose some myths and go over ways that dropouts can reclaim their financial future by investing smart.
A new perspective on the issues that dropouts face. over 8300 students drop out of school everyday.
I've had a listener to my send me a message saying that we should be balanced and look at both sides of the argument, stating that some students need school in order to achieve their goals of get their dream job.
My response was simply that there is no argument. The purpose of my show is to reach out to those who don't fit in with in the current education/employment paradigm.
What about the kid who doesn't really know what they want to do with their life, but is certain they do not like school or cannot stand it for whatever readson. It may not be that they are incapable of excelling at school, but simply that they lack the interest, motivation or may have had some negative experiences with schooling, like most of us.
Where does this student turn once they decide to drop out of school?
My show's purpose if to reach out and restore their confidence by reminding them that school is just one of many answers to an productive and fulfilled life.
Tune in every day at 3:30 pm central to join the discussion
Most people you talk to will tell you that having a good education is a great fall back plan for most adults in society. The problem here is that the majority of senior citizens in this country depend on their families or government for financial assistance.
Obviously the majority of these individuals went to school, graduated and worked so called "good jobs" for decades, but yet as they age, it becomes aparent that they have no savings or investments to carry them through retirement.
If it was the case that this education and employment was a great fall back plan, why is it then that most of these people as they age are unable to financially provide for themselves.
School teaches us that obedience to authority and dependency is the key to success. Tune in to the show at 3:30 pm everyday to discuss the true road to success and independence here at the dropout rebellion.
I'm excited to be talking with Kelly Hogaboom, a "lady, writer, mother, wife, sister, daughter, stitcher, and subscription-service black market restauranteur living in wet and green Hoquiam, Washington State, the United States." She's also a blogger, unschooling parent, and all-round very cool person, as well as being someone with LOTS of interesting and eye-opening things to say (about unschooling, adultism, feminism, parenting, consensual living, and a variety of othe