Re: [Discuss-sudbury-model] Non-coercive education

From: Woty <wotyfree_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed Feb 15 00:39:00 2006

Yes, I'm looking at unschooling. But the point is less where it
occurs than whether and how it is consensual. There exist consensual
classes, and there also exists extremely coercive education that is
not based on school or classes.

~Woty

On Feb 14, 2006, at 16:57, Ian McKay wrote:

> If you are including learning that occurs outside a "class" I would
> look into unschooling as well.
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>> Hi everybody,
>>
>> I'm trying to do some reading on attempts (historic and current)
>> to eliminate educational coercion in children's education. I'm not
>> sure what to read about aside from SVS, Summerhill, and
>> unschooling. (Arguably Summerhill doesn't count; but I think it's
>> relevant whether it counts or not.)
>>
>> Does anyone know of any other interesting attempts (historic or
>> current, intellectually honest or otherwise)?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Woty
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