any parents are seeking the motivation to find their own learning programs for their children, and social media is a great way to get ideas as parents who are homeschooling and alternate schooling are sharing a lot.
The traditional model of education is being challenged like never before. Homeschoolers, innovators, and unschoolers are all playing a significant role in changing the status quo and creating new possibilities for learning and growth.
Homeschooling has been growing in popularity in recent years, with more families choosing to take their children's education into their own hands. With the freedom to design their own curriculum and approach, homeschooling families are finding new and innovative ways to help their children learn and grow.
Innovators are also pushing the boundaries of what education can be. From online learning platforms to personalized learning experiences, these innovators are using technology to create new opportunities for students to learn and grow in ways that were never before possible.
Unschooling takes a radically different approach to education, allowing children to follow their passions and interests without the constraints of a traditional curriculum. Unschoolers believe that children learn best when they're able to pursue their own interests and curiosities, and they're finding that this approach is yielding impressive results.
All of these movements share a common thread - a belief that education doesn't have to be one-size-fits-all. They're challenging the traditional model of education, and creating new possibilities for learning and growth.
As the world continues to change and evolve, it's clear that these movements will play an important role in shaping the future of education. Whether you're a homeschooler, an innovator, or an unschooler, you're part of a movement that's revolutionizing education and changing the status quo.
People to follow on Instagram who are sharing alternate learning practices
She is a mom to 5 kids and she’s dedicated her life to homeschooling and helping others interested in homeschooling. She is passionate about creating a mindful approach to learning that puts the child first.
I love her posts about child-led learning and self-directed education.
People to follow on Instagram to learn about alternate learning practices
Collen is a homeschooler and podcaster. She loves to share her knowledge and experiences on Instagram and she helps parents to gain confidence in their homeschooling journey.
A homeschooling dad and podcaster, he and his wife have been educating their kids since 2011. He shares insights into homeschooling approaches to help parents get the most out of their homeschooling journey.
Emma is a homeschooling mom. She shares her adventures with her kids on her Instagram account. Her account reflects a positive and encouraging approach to homeschooling.
Her posts are pretty straightforward, with useful tips and ideas that can help parents find an alternate learning solution for their children.
The author of the book Brave Learner, Julie Bogart gives tips to parents who are homeschooling their children. Her account is filled with great information and resources to get started with homeschooling.
I have been on Linkedin for a while now and I get to learn from people who are advocating alternate learning, here are some people who inspire me.
- Matt Barnes- Talks about youth entrepreneurship and self-directed learning. He is the co-founder of the education game and a parent coach. https://theeducationgame.com/
- Hannah Morris- Hannah is a homeschooling mom and she supports parents who are looking for an alternate education. Her posts and stories inspire parents to believe in the power of unconventional learning.
- Michael Strong- The founder of the Socratic school, he is an advocate of self-directed learning. His posts challenge the current education system and encourage parents to embrace life learning.
- John Tan- He is the founder of Doyobi, he talks about learning through experimentation and encourages parents to let their kids follow their interests. He writes about the future of work and learning.
- Gangadhar Krishnan- He is a road-schooling dad and he shares his road-schooling experiences and tips. I am sure he inspires many to take this path of education for their kids.
- Andreas Wil Gerdes- A world citizen who travels with his kids and is an inspiration to many when it comes to choosing the world as the classroom for his kids.
- Hope Paterson- She is a transformation coach and education innovation specialist, and her approach to learning and living is inspiring.
People to follow on Twitter if you want to learn about alternate learning and homeschooling
@rebeleducator- She is an advocate of self-directed learning and she promotes alternative education.
@Ana Lorena Fabrega- Ms. Fab is an EDUpreneur & Chief Evangelist synthesis school. she writes about the need for alternate learning in the present times
@gt.school- an alternative to the traditional schooling system, this account is a must-follow if you are looking for ideas and inspiration for alternate learning.
@Mattbeaudreau- He is a dad and he writes about schooling and education for kids. His posts are motivating to many who are looking for other ways to educate their children.
@Austinscholar- A teen writing about education and self-directed learning. She writes to help others understand the power of alternate learning.
These people have been advocating for alternate learning and their stories make me believe in the power of education. I am sure they inspire many parents who are looking to choose a different path of education for their children.
When you start reading about what homeschoolers, unschoolers, and innovators are doing, you will be amazed at the innovation and creativity they are unleashing with alternate learning models.
Change starts when people start practicing these alternate learning models and I am sure that together we can create a better learning environment for our kids.
These are just some of the people who inspire me in my journey to find better ways for my children to learn and grow. I'm sure you can find many more on Instagram, Twitter, and other social media platforms. Happy Learning!
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