On today’s show, Paul talks with Ashley Dymock de Tello about revolutionizing education through Worldscooling. Ashley is originally from Utah, but has spent five of the past seven years living abroad. She currently lives in Mexico with her husband (who she met while doing research there) and their son. For the past year and a half Ashley has worked as the head writer and editor at Nomad Capitalist and she has just written her first book, “World Schooling: How to Revolutionize Education Through World Travel.”
On today’s show, Paul interviews Pam Laricchia to dig even further into the unschooling movement. Pam is a longtime unschooling mom from Ontario, Canada. Her three children left school 14 years ago. She loves writing about what she has learned through their experience, and has been published in a number of magazines. She has also written three books on the topic, and she regularly shares her experiences and stories on The Exploring Unschooling Podcast. Since there is no manual on how to do this, the wisdom and advice that parents like Pam share with us is crucial for those of us who are pursuing this new and exciting means of education.
Today’s episode is going to be a little bit out of the ordinary. On this week’s show, you’re going to hear Becky speak with her good friend Cassandra Vore about a topic that both of them are very passionate about: radical unschooling. This a topic that can generate a lot of fear and confusion, so we’re hoping that this episode will clear a lot of things up for parents who are exploring these alternative schooling methods and teach those of you out there that are considering this that you can do things differently.
On this week’s podcast we’ve invited Andrea Watters on to the show. Andrea is an Aussie and her story is incredibly unique because she traveled the world as a child. She is going to be sharing what life is like as an adult after traveling the world in her younger years. We know there are a lot of parents out there who wonder how the nomadic lifestyle will impact their children as they get older. Andrea talks us through a lot of those concerns and helps us see some of the real-world benefits that our kids will see for the rest of their lives.