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I could be mistaken, but it "unschooling" seems to be a divergence from the typical "homoschooling" approach. Specifically, with regards to having children discover and learn through experience as opposed to the more structured and one-way approach common in most schools (even typical homeschools). He summarizes a bit more at: http://unschoolery.com/about.

I have one child currently in traditional school and try to implement some of the unschooling concepts at home -- in whatever limited time we have. There are definitely positives and benefits to both approaches.

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